Navigating Anger and Responsibility: Reflections from Harvard

Some weeks ago, I had the honor of speaking at Harvard University to present the preliminary results of a study I am working on with a dear colleague of mine. Our study examines the barriers and opportunities for black and brown therapists in the psychedelic-assisted therapy space. Leading up to the conference, I experienced a whirlwind of emotions.

Moving into a new era: 2024 the year of re-birth

Moving through the days, embracing the flow of time, I find solace in the uncertainty that comes with the New Year 2024. The unknown holds a certain charm, and I am relishing in the beauty of not having all the answers as this is also a new place for me to dwell (not having all the answers lol).

Liberation Through Psychedelic Assisted Therapy: A Podcast Reflection

I recently had the honor of being a guest on a podcast where I delved into the world of psychedelic-assisted therapy and its intersection with anti-oppressive practices. While this wasn’t my first time discussing these topics on air, it marked the first occasion where the conversation took an intriguing turn—connecting feminism with psychedelic-assisted therapy, specifically exploring the common ground of liberation.