*Facilitator Pricing is set by individual facilitators for their services. Many offer sliding scale price ranges based on clients’ financial needs. Facility fees and psilocybin product are separate from the facilitator fee.
Hello! I’m Alex, a Licensed Psilocybin Facilitator and Certified Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Advocate in the state of Oregon.
For as long as I can remember, I have had a keen interest in understanding what motivates human behavior. This curiosity led me to study Contemplative and Somatic Psychology at Naropa University, where I had the unique opportunity to practice alchemizing pain into peace by first deepening into the story of my own body. It was through mindfulness, altered states of consciousness, somatic practices, ruthless self-inquiry, dream study, and various other alternative healing modalities that I learned how to skillfully navigate complex psychic terrain and embody a more authentic way of life. The self-compassion I have cultivated through my own healing journey now serves as the foundation from which I support others. If experience has shown me anything, it’s that healing is a non-linear and ever-evolving process of re-membering ourselves layer by layer.
My professional experience includes working with children in the foster care system, families affected by substance abuse, and survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. All of which have contributed profound meaning to my life and shaped my approach to healing.
In our work together, I hope to normalize the conversation around childhood trauma and the invisible wounds that we all carry with us into adulthood. All of us. Healing is a messy, usually uncomfortable, and beautiful process of transformation that feels much less intimidating when properly supported.
As a trauma-informed and client-centered facilitator, my general approach is one of curiosity, connection, and unconditional acceptance. I draw inspiration from the Hakomi Method and support the integration of mind, body, and spirit as they work in unison to guide you toward wholeness.
I am inclined to work with folks who are interested in exploring relationship and family dynamics, addictive patterns, stress and anxiety, depression, spirituality, feminine empowerment, and matters of the heart.
My clients understand that psilocybin is not a quick fix but a catalyst for lasting change. I believe that the real journey begins after the psychedelic experience.
I am fortunate to receive ongoing guidance and training from seasoned mentors, teachers, and leaders in the psychedelic and mental health fields. And I will forever be a student of ancient wisdom traditions, modern science, the plants themselves, and my family (my greatest teachers).
Throughout my life I have been drawn to experiences that have depth, meaning, and the capacity to bring a hint of magic and beauty to everyday life.
For the past sixteen years I have been raising my two kids and working with young children at my Waldorf farm school. A large part of my work has been supporting parents on their unique, and sometimes challenging path. Seeing to the heart of each child while offering compassion, consistency, and connection was the key to shifting undesirable behaviors and bringing out each child’s truest self.
Working intentionally with entheogens in my own life has strengthened my closest relationships, quieted my inner critic, created acceptance of life circumstances that were less than ideal, and provided me access to authentic self love.
I respect the courage it takes to show up for this deep work, and am honored to facilitate and support others on their healing journey. My clients appreciate my gentle, grounded presence that allows them to feel safe and empowers them to trust their own innate wisdom. Laughing, crying, talking and silence are all welcome. Trust and rapport with my clients is at the core of my work as a facilitator.
In the near future I will be offering additional integration sessions with my herd of horses who are natural healers, and experts in teaching congruency and energetic awareness.
Hello, my name is Ian Luepker and I completed my training for psilocybin facilitation with the Synaptic Institute in Portland where I was both a student and a lead faculty member/supervisor. I’ve lived and worked in Talent/Ashland since 2006.
For me, healing is about a movement toward wholeness and becoming fully human. Healing is an on-going, life-long process of generating radical inclusivity and acceptance of all of our parts: the shadow and the light.
Cultivating radical self-love, self-compassion, self-acceptance and self-forgiveness support us in the process of returning home to our Self. In Carl Rogers’ words, “the curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”
My personal journey involves the confluence of daily meditation practice/prayer, weekly men’s group work and personal psychotherapy. These three pillars move me toward inner and outer relationality with my Self and others, my family and community, the earth and archetypal realms.
I see healing as a verb and health as NOT a noun. As such, the psilocybin path is a deep dive in that direction. This healing journey takes significant preparation, a clear intention and diligent integration. This is why I offer 3 ½ hours preparation and at least 1-2 hours integration. This helps to land and ground the insights and epiphanies that occur during a psilocybin session.
My primary interest in psilocybin facilitation is working with depression, anxiety, trauma, spiritual inquiry, and existential distress at end of life. Psilocybin can confer a direct experience of our interconnectedness with everything and the impermanent nature of this life. How to cherish each moment, then let it go. When these two realities are fully embraced with the help of the medicine and a guide…gratitude, love, wisdom and compassion flow freely from our authentic Self.
With over three decades of experience as a practitioner in alternative medicine and transformational coaching, I’ve developed an understanding of how various factors interact to contribute to a client’s overall state of well-being.
Having grown up on Maui in a medical family, I came to Oregon for college. I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, followed by advanced studies in Nutrition and Herbal Medicine. My professional affiliations include professional membership in the American Herbalists Guild.
During my years as a clinician, I began to appreciate the integral interplay of the quadrinity that is essential to the healing process: the intellect, the emotional child, the physical body, and the spiritual self. This realization motivated me to further my education, delving into shamanic journeywork through the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. I also deepened my knowledge of flower essences, plant spirit medicine, and energy medicine.
My journey of guiding and instructing others along their paths to healing revealed recurring themes – patterns of constraining thoughts and detrimental self-dialogue that led to suffering. This realization prompted me to author “Rooted in Purpose,” a book outlining the tools I had developed over time. I also formulated courses aimed at sharing these tools, helping individuals discover happiness, self-sovereignty, and realize freedom from shame and self-castigation.
My experience with psychedelics began after working with an ayahuasquero in Mexico. These ceremonies led me to a profound understanding of my own life’s mission – facilitating others on their journey toward self-discovery. Psilocybin has the potential to teach us, through the receptor sites in our brain–how to shift our perspective, stretch our imaginations, and see ourselves and the world through new eyes. The cornerstone of cultivating joy, emotional resilience, and a sense of personal empowerment is self-acceptance.
My unique gift lies in creating a safe and empathetic environment that encourages insights and transformation. I specialize in diverse areas such as life transitions, women’s health, breast cancer, leadership, imposter syndrome, self-doubt, negative thought patterns, low self-esteem, substance use disharmony, body image issues, depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges.
I offer various additional resources as tools to aid in preparation, ceremony, and integration:
I am a graduate from Entheogen Institute and a Licensed Psilocybin Facilitator with Omnia. I am here to walk with you and hold space as you navigate through your journey of healing, self-discovery, and interconnectedness to the amazing world around us. My practice blends a deep respect for the profound potential of Psilocybin with a commitment to creating a safe, supportive, and ethical environment.
My journey in service to others has taken various forms. I’ve served as an Emergency Medical Technician, providing crucial care and support during emergencies, where I honed my skills in crisis management and compassion in high-stress environments and life/death circumstances. In addition, I spent over 10 years as an Parkour and Acrobatics Coach, playing a pivotal role in the start up of two Parkour/Freerunning gyms in Southern California. This experience nurtured my ability to guide and motivate individuals towards their physical and mental potential. I’ve also contributed significantly to the food and beverage industry for over 14 years. This diverse background has instilled in me the values of adaptability, effective communication, and the ability to connect with people from all walks of life.
I’ve dedicated a large portion of my life to exploring various forms of therapy in my own healing journey These practices include:
Mindfulness Meditation: Cultivating awareness and presence
Yoga: Connecting mind, body, and spirit through movement and breath
Breathwork: Utilizing the power of the breath for emotional release
Non-Sleep Deep Rest (NSDR): Exploring ones inner world through presence
The Body in Movement: Harnessing the body’s wisdom through dynamic practices
Parts Work/Internal Family Systems: Acknowledging and healing inner dynamics by acknowledging and integrating different aspects of oneself
Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Harnessing thought patterns and emotions for personal growth
These therapeutic tools have not only been instrumental in my personal growth but have also seamlessly integrated into my daily life. They have become essential components of my approach to psilocybin healing, enabling me to guide individuals with empathy, depth, and a profound respect for the transformative potential of these experiences.
Psilocybin has played a significant part of my personal healing journey, and helped to start my sobriety journey from alcohol two years ago. I am deeply ardent about the positive impact it has had for many, and will continue to have for those seeking to heal. For those battling with treatment-resistant addiction, depression, anxiety, childhood trauma, or post traumatic stress, Psilocybin could be a breakthrough treatment and condense years of therapy work.
Vision and Change
Beyond the individual sessions, I’m committed to fostering a larger change. My vision is a future where psilocybin’s potential is recognized and harnessed for the betterment of society. By facilitating sessions and advocating for responsible use, I strive to be a positive force in this evolving field of holistic healing.
Warmest greetings, thank you for taking the time to stay curious about your life. I consider it a privilege to do this work, and I feel honored to hold and guide individuals through different challenges, experiences, and seasons of life.
I have a background in psychology and somatic practices. I am a CAPPA certified Labor Doula and a Reiki trained bodyworker. I am a graduate of the Holistic Institute of California and recently the Synaptic Institute. My 20+ years of experience with psychedelic medicine has led me to fulfill my Psilocybin Facilitator Licensing through the State of Oregon.
My personal practice is a combination of evidence-based psychology and in energetic somatic intuitive work. I believe in taking a mind-body, holistic approach to being.
In order to foster meaningful and authentic healing, I believe in focusing on root causes, and harnessing your own innate power to actively move through life. Whether addressing depression, trauma, anxiety, or seeking a general check in to go a bit deeper, I’m here to support you. While I believe in trusting the medicine, my ultimate goal is for you to trust yourself.
I have seen the profound impact psychedelics can have on ones quality of life. I work to create a safe, nurturing space during a vulnerable time. I am an empathetic and compassionate being. I believe in access for all. I am BIPOC and LGBTQ friendly and work to support marginalized communities. I would encourage a brief conversation with me to see if we’re good fit and to answer any curiosity you may have.
Specializing in, but not limited to:
Addiction Anxiety Birth Trauma Childhood Trauma Couples Work Depression Divorce Domestic Abuse Eating Disorders Emotional Abuse Energy Work Infertility Life Transitions Narcissist Abuse Spirituality Trauma Work Women’s Issues
I’m Chelsea. My journey began in the breathtaking landscapes of rural Alaska, where I was born and raised. The vastness of the wilderness instilled in me a deep appreciation for the world around us, and as I grew, so did my fascination with understanding the human experience.
In 2003, I made a life-changing move to Oregon. From a young age, I’ve been a keen observer and a deep feeler – qualities that guided me toward a path of exploration and growth. My insatiable curiosity led me to pursue a degree in Cultural Anthropology. This educational journey opened my eyes to the incredible diversity of human perspectives and experiences, revealing the countless ways we interact with and interpret the world.
In 2011, I embarked on a new chapter by pursuing a nursing degree. For the past 9 years, I’ve proudly served as an intensive care and rapid response RN in the Rogue Valley. This invaluable experience has granted me profound insights into the intricacies of the human body and its workings. However, the events of recent times, particularly the impact of COVID, shed light on a crucial truth – true healing extends beyond the physical realm.
It was this realization that ignited my journey towards a more holistic approach to healing. I pursued my facilitator license for psilocybin services, recognizing the need for modalities that address not only the body but also the mind and spirit. Rooted in a trauma-informed perspective, I approach each individual with unwavering care and respect, devoid of judgment. The importance of understanding trauma, depression, PTSD, and the essence of genuine “health” has driven me to continuously seek further education in these areas.
Being in a position to support others on their journey to wholeness is an honor that I cherish deeply. As you explore your path to healing and self-discovery, I’m here with you every step of the way. The possibilities for transformation are boundless, and I’m excited to be a part of your unique journey. My fee for services is on a sliding scale $1500-$2500 and I ask that clients are willing to do at least 2 preparation sessions before the journey, and 2 integration sessions after the journey. I believe
in this model for supporting an experience that inspires true transformation.
Here’s to embracing the incredible potential within us all.
I am a combat-veteran, technology inventor, psilocybin facilitator, teacher, and ecosystem creator. I have developed multiple patents and discovered new technologies aimed at benefiting humanity and the environment over the course of my journey. As a former U.S. Army Officer and Adjunct Professor, I hold a MSc degree in Cybersecurity Technology with extensive post-graduate research in cognitive neuroscience and machine learning. I served in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom, and in several geographies of the world supporting operational and strategic missions.
My journey with psychedelic medicines occurred over several years of experiential and formalized training in spatial and psyche care, shamanic ceremony, transference of subconscious-to-conscious awareness, reincorporation synthesis, psilocybin microdosing meditations and continuous use scheduling management, physical and psychological harm reduction, psychedelic neurochemistry interactions, meditative breathwork, and self-inquiry meditation. I am an entheogenic and psychedelic guide who facilitates with intention for individuals, families, and groups with an emphasis of voyaging with presence and consciousness into the being of who one really is in relation to the unified self, humanity, the Sacred Earth, and universal existence. As an embodied ethos, I welcome all paths regardless of their genesis to journey into greatest discovery of existence: the voyage deeper into heart of self-radiance, belonging, and presence.
I am the architect, co-founder, and CEO of The Atrium – a togetherative enclave of ventures and operations offering a novel Web 3.0 enabled token-credit redemption ecosystem and tokenized agriculture and conservation-easement platform through NFT cooperative membership. The Atrium will enable decentralized agriculture and conservation-easement transactions, unlock legal and ethical medicinal psychedelic therapy access in regulated jurisdictions, and acquire vast acreages of land for perpetual conservation use.