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Mushroom Myths and Misconceptions: A Webinar for Psychedelic Professionals

An online webinar to help therapists, facilitators, and psychedelic professionals unpack the "magical thinking" around psilocybin mushrooms and root into the wisdom of mushrooms as part of a healing journey.

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Mushroom Myths and Misconceptions: A Webinar for Psychedelic Professionals
Mushroom Myths and Misconceptions: A Webinar for Psychedelic Professionals

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Mar 06, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM MST

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About the event

Now more than ever we need to unpack the "magical thinking" around psilocybin mushrooms and root into the wisdom of mushrooms as part of a healing journey. Join Dori Lewis and Dylan Rivard for this special webinar offering from Elemental Psychedelics.

What does it really look like to work with mushroom medicine on a healing journey? In this webinar, Dori and Dylan will share their own experiences as therapists and guides to examine misconceptions around dosing, using mushrooms for common issues such as trauma and depression, the reality of who mushrooms are/are not for, and other modalities and therapeutic work you might need to engage prior to or alongside mushrooms.

This webinar is for therapists, space holders, facilitators, psychedelic professionals, and personal users seeking to work with someone using mushroom medicine for mental health healing. As we enter a new era of regulated access to psilocybin mushrooms, let us put magical thinking to rest and ground ourselves in a realistic mindset to approach our relationship with mushroom medicine. Please join us for this exciting discussion with time included for Q&A. Pay what you can tickets with a minimum only $15.

About Dori and Dylan

Dori G. Lewis is a co-founder of Elemental Psychedelics and the owner-operator of Reflective Healing in Fort Collins, CO, a psychotherapy group practice that specializes in psychedelic therapy using ketamine, integration therapy, transpersonal psychotherapy, and providing clinical supervision. To date, she has stewarded nearly 100 ketamine therapy sessions and countless more individual and group ceremonies. Dori has received healing and personal teachings from a mushroom medicine elder from the Zapotec lineage in Oaxaca, Mexico. She has also received shamanic journey training from Sandra Ingerman and practices this style of altered states work in her clinical practice in Fort Collins. Her clinical background includes having earned two master's degrees from Teachers College, Columbia University, in counseling education and psychology.

Dori feels strongly that the shamanic teachings she has received and the indigenous wisdom she is currently receiving, help her bridge traditional counseling practice with the shamanic realms that hold incredible meaning and connection for psychedelic therapy and education. Dori has come to deeply value a slow and embodied approach to working with plant and psychedelic medicines – an approach that she believes helps move us from the conceptual, into the body to support a more integrated life. Additionally, she has come to honor all the pathways that bring us into our own right relationship with the natural world, including that of the medicine paths.

Dylan Rivard, MA, LPC (he/him/his) was born in the forests of Indiana, and grew up playing in creeks, catching fireflies, and wondering whether or not dragons really did live in the leaves of the trees in his backyard. Raised in a spiritually eclectic household, Dylan developed a lifelong fascination with prayer, ritual, healing, and our connection to the divine. This led him to pursue work in wilderness survival, psychology, and outdoor rec, culminating in a MA in Transpersonal Psychotherapy with a Wilderness Therapy focus form Naropa University. Since graduating, he has continued to deepen his studies in mindfulness and somatic based therapies, group ritual work, and esotericism. With over 10 years of experience in mental health, he now runs his own private practice where he serves clients working through trauma, grief, and spiritual growth. He lives in the foothills of Golden, CO, where he is grateful to share the land with his husband, their animals, and myriad turkeys, deer, and ponderosa pines.


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