Facilitator prices are $1,000-$1,500 (based on financial need) for an individual session, which includes:


2x Preparation Sessions

1x Psilocybin Administration session (full day)

2x Integration Sessions. Additional preparation and integration sessions are available.

The facility fee and product are separate from the facilitator fee – for full pricing please see our Services page.

Julianna Fultineer

I embrace an integrative approach to facilitation, weaving together somatic (mind/body), experiential, mindfulness-based/contemplative, and nature-based methodologies. These diverse tools empower you to navigate the currents of experience, fully engaging with each unfolding moment. Committed to trauma-attuned care, I create a safe container for your journey to organically unfold. With focused training in Brainspotting and Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, my training informs my capacity to guide you towards your own inner-guide and explore rich internal landscapes. While psilocybin facilitation is distinct and separate from my work as a psychotherapist, the principles of these models inform my work with clients. 

I believe in the transformative power of embracing direct experience in its fullness. Beyond the conventional therapeutic toolkit, my deep love of ceremony, ritual, and Rites of Passage work informs my approach as well. My goal is to cultivate a supportive container for clients, fostering an environment where transformation can naturally take root. 

At the core of my approach is an unwavering commitment to greet you with genuine empathy, perceptive clarity, and authentic presence. The space for transformation is a collaboration, with both of us as active creators on this journey. I recognize that the art of healing is intricately tied to the quality of relationship— and try to foster a sense of trust, understanding, and mutual respect. 

About Julianna: 

Julianna is a psychotherapist and guide with over a decade of experience guiding people on journeys through the wild terrain. She compassionately accompanies individuals on transformative journeys, navigating their inner and outer landscapes. Her connection with nature was nurtured by the lush forests and winding rivers of what is now known as the Pacific Northwest. These lands became the co-creator for her deepening connection to the natural world, to self-discovery, and to expansive (non-ordinary) states of consciousness. Prior to entering the field of counseling, Julianna spent over a decade as a professional river guide, living and learning from the wisdom of rivers. 

A lifelong seeker and learner, Julianna felt called to share the transformative power of inner and outer wilderness with others. This calling led her to pursue a Master’s degree at Naropa University, where she earned her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a focus on Transpersonal Nature-Based Therapy. Rooted in this foundation, Julianna intertwines therapeutic principles with the wisdom of the natural world, offering individuals a heartfelt and experiential approach to self-exploration. 

In 2023, Julianna graduated from Naropa University’s Certificate in Psychedelic Assisted Therapies. There, she received training in psilocybin facilitation, ketamine assisted psychotherapy, as well as the Lykos Therapeutics (formerly MAPS PBC) MDMA-Assisted Therapy Education. 

Beyond her role as a guide, Julianna’s journey includes chapters in theatre and music performance, and as a devoted practitioner of meditation and yoga. Julianna’s brings a multifaceted background to her work, underscoring her heartfelt dedication to facilitating transformative journeys.

Michael Novak

 My calling is to work with psychedelic journeyers and psilocybin mushrooms to co-create safe and beneficial experiences that inspire peace, transformation, and awe. 

I have explored consciousness and healing with psychedelics since early adulthood. I healed a decades-long addiction to alcohol, in part, through intentional use of psilocybin mushrooms. The mushrooms helped me deepen a practice of offering compassion, kindness, and forgiveness to the parts of my mind-body I hadn’t attended to while on the path of addiction.  

Since 2014, I have been practicing peer-supported psychedelic use in community with other people committed to safe psychedelic exploration.  Through my experiences on both sides of the facilitator-journeyer relationship, I’ve developed practical skills for preparing the set and setting for a psychedelic journey. 

The moment I heard about the ballot measure to legalize supervised psilocybin use in Oregon (Measure 109), I felt a strong pull to become a licensed facilitator. I worked on both the state-wide legalization campaign and the subsequent local campaign to keep psilocybin services available in rural areas of southern Oregon. 

My life partner Ana Holub and I co-founded Safe Nest, an educational forum supporting couples, close friends, and family members seeking to deepen their relationships through psychedelic co-journeys. 

In late 2023, I completed the Synthesis Psychedelic Practitioner Core Training – Oregon Edition. Prior to becoming a licensed psilocybin facilitator, I worked for 28 years as a hydrogeologist and human-health risk assessor, investigating and cleaning up contaminated water, land, and air across the U.S.   

I offer gentle and thoughtful support for people to explore their relationship with psilocybin. Some important things to know about working with me are: 

  • My facilitation approach is non-directive — I will not be your “shaman.” 
  • I will not ask you to adopt any beliefs or practices that are not your own. 
  • We will work together to discover which gifts you already have and how they can support your psychedelic journey, including the transformations that may follow. 
  • I will thoroughly describe all aspects of the journey environment including language, touch, sounds, and sights. We will adapt these elements to your needs, doing our best to minimize external sensations that could trigger emotional, religious, or other traumas while you are in a vulnerable and expanded state of consciousness. 

Together, we will prioritize your safety and well-being as you prepare for, experience, and integrate your psychedelic journey. 

Eva Mendez

My life’s work has been to support those who are suffering, to help them return to a healthier state of whole being in my role as a psychiatric/mental health nurse for the past 20 years. I have observed temporary relief in my patient’s symptoms. In some patients, I have seen a shift in their insights that also leads to temporary relief. However I have not seen any long term healing without some form of damaging side effects from the available medical treatments. This led me to go searching for other possibilities. Ten years ago, I traveled to Peru and had my first personal experience with plant medicine. I have had several psychedelic experiences since, to reconnect with myself, my roots and my people. In May of 1975,  at the end of the Vietnam war, my mother, three siblings, and I, as a  young child, lost contact with our extended family, our friends and our country. Overnight, we became displaced people and lived through painful experiences and losses. I see myself in my patients and I see my patients in myself. Psychedelics have been transformative in my shift toward self-awareness and in finding the freedom to live and be joyful again.

My purpose is to prepare you for an authentic and unique journey with this psychedelic medicine. We will access values rooted in your ethos, distinctive to your identity, and meaningful to you. Together we will explore your beliefs and practices to optimize your experience. This therapeutic journey can be a conduit for true courage to emerge, allowing you to recognize patterns that no longer serve you, and helping you to discover the freedom to live authentically.

I will be your guide, someone who has experience with lifes uncertainties, challenges, and hardships. I will be responsible for facilitating a safe space for deep introspection.  This experience may help you access your own wisdom; it can illuminate hidden gems, and inspire lasting transformation. 

Preparation and integration sessions are customized to your personal needs in a collaborative approach and supported by proper protocols. I look forward to working with you. It would be an honour to be your guide.

My lifes work in health and wellness is founded on the following education and experience:

  • Certificate in Psychedelic Practitioner Training from Synthesis Institute.
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Manitoba, Canada. I have worked as a Registered Nurse in Public Health, Palliative/Hospice Care and in various Leadership and Executive roles for over 20 years. I continue to work as a Registered Nurse in Psychiatry/Mental Health and Substance Use.
  • Master of Arts in Health Care Leadership from Royal Roads University, Victoria, Canada.
  • Certificate in Emotional Freedom Technique, Washington, USA.
  • Coach, Speaker, Counsellor and Educator Registered Nurse Certified in Trauma Informed Care and Living Beyond Trauma.

 Areas of Focus:

  • Clients seeking creativity and enhanced insights.
  • Clients living with cancer and/or terminal illness.
  • End of life – Hospice Care clients.
  • Clients living with addictions, depression, anxiety or PTSD who are medically, psychologically and emotionally stable with proper support.

Alex Kenyon

Hello! I’m Alex, a Licensed Psilocybin Facilitator and Certified Domestic Violence and  Sexual Assault Prevention Advocate in the state of Oregon.  

I am a highly sensitive and deeply feeling person who knows pain, knows suffering, and  knows the difference. 

I entered the world introspective in nature and quickly developed a keen interest in  understanding what motivates human behavior. At a young age, I began to notice that  my observations of people were often not what was outwardly presented. This  perceived incongruence led to years of personal confusion around how to develop a  healthy sense of self in relation to my environment. After decades of deeply questioning  reality (my own and objective *if there is such a thing), I decided to study Contemplative  and Somatic Psychology at Naropa University. During this time I had the unique  opportunity to practice alchemizing pain into peace by first deepening into the story of  my own body. It was through meditation, consciousness exploration, somatic  awareness, ruthless self-inquiry, dream study, sensory deprivation, and solitude that I  learned how to skillfully navigate complex psychic terrain and embody a more authentic  way of life. The self-compassion I have cultivated along my own 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 learning, unlearning, and re membering ourselves until we find the courage rest humbly in our hearts. 

Although healing is a messy and often times uncomfortable process, it can also be filled  with levity and joy. Proper support is key. 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, Organic Intelligence, Somatic  Experiencing, and Interpersonal Neurobiology in supporting the integration of mind,  body, and spirit as they work in unison to guide you toward wholeness. 

I believe my role as facilitator is to provide a safe, open, and reflective environment that  supports the flourishing of your innate wisdom. I am passionate about the  transformative power of relationship and believe that the facilitator-client dynamic plays  a significant role in meaningful outcomes.  

I welcome people of all genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, ages, cultures, sizes,  socioeconomic status’, religious beliefs, & political views into my practice with an  understanding that diversity is necessary in creating healthy, harmonious ecosystems. 

My professional background 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.  

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).  

I look forward to connecting with you.

Drew Snyder

I am so honored and excited to partner with you on your journey of self-discovery, growth, and healing here at Omnia. Besides specializing as a licensed psilocybin facilitator, I am a professional counselor in private practice in Ashland. My enthusiasm lies in exploring the capacity of all non-ordinary states of consciousness to facilitate life growth and wellness, as well as recovery from trauma, depression, and mental distress. Psilocybin has had a profound impact on my own life, helping me on my journey of healing from trauma and moral injury from my past service as an Army veteran. After my life-changing experience, I knew I had to share the possibilities of psilocybin with others. 

My comprehensive training in the use of psilocybin was conducted through the Integrative Psychiatry Institute (IPI) in conjunction with MAPS, as well as an additional course through Bodhi Academy. I have worked as a psilocybin facilitator for Moksha Journeys doing retreats in Colorado, and as an instructor teaching facilitation for Bodhi Academy. I currently also work for the Integrative Psychiatry Institute, where I am a lead facilitator and Head of Oregon Psilocybin Retreats and Practicum. 

During our preparation sessions, I will help you feel as comfortable and prepared as possible for your journey. I approach facilitation of psilocybin with a lens of empathic care while creating a space of security for you to trust yourself to explore your consciousness. I strive for empathic attunement with my clients during their journey so you feel someone is present with you energetically and emotionally, while maintaining a safe space. I believe in the non-directive approach that includes helping you trust your inner healing wisdom to be your own guide. I also will encourage you to trust the process and the mushrooms to ultimately get the answers you are looking for.  

I am not acting as a therapist while facilitating psilocybin and we would not be doing counseling; however, I’d like you to know what influences me in my counseling practice so you can know me better. I draw primarily from existential meaning-centered therapy to support holistic healing, focusing especially on helping individuals heal from trauma, anxiety, and depression. I am also passionate about couples therapy, and I am certified in the Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT).

I hold a B.S. in Psychology and a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University. Additionally, I have immersed myself in ethnic cultural documentation and preservation projects, spending several years living in southern China with my wife, as well as various projects in Japan and Africa.

I currently spend much of my time with my wife and four children, supporting them at their various sports and school functions, and I enjoy being able to explore the beautiful Oregon wilderness and waters with them whenever possible.

Ana Holub

Greetings and good health to you ~

As Director of Facilitation and a facilitator at Omnia, I‘m deeply committed to excellence in the field of legal psychedelics. 

Personally, I’m very grateful for the healing and inner expansion I’ve received from the mystical fungi and other entheogens. I began exploring in my teens and continued into my twenties. I then took a long break to learn about yoga, meditation, breathwork, emotional healing and forgiveness as tools for awakening. 

I returned to psilocybin later in life and it’s been a great source of wisdom for me. The mushrooms have helped me heal personal and intergenerational trauma in a way that’s been profoundly life-giving and hopeful, in spite of the trials of the world in which we live. I bring these lessons of hope, gratitude and grounded compassion to my service at Omnia.

My professional career includes forgiveness education, recovery coaching for addictions of all kinds, and psychedelic integration work. Here are some details:

  • BA in Peace Studies, MA in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University School of Law.
  • Mediator for over 20 years. Dedicated teacher of peace skills and restorative justice at San Quentin Prison and for youth at juvenile hall.
  • Honored as a Champion of Forgiveness by the Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance in 2018.
  • My book, Forgive and Be Free, has been translated into 5 languages. I’ve created 4 online courses with over 15,000 students worldwide.
  • Faculty and head learning coach for Entheonation’s international Plant Spirit School (PSS). I also provided integration circles after ayahuasca journeys during a PSS practicum in Peru, 2023.
  • Speaker and teacher at numerous conferences and festivals, sharing about forgiveness as an essential navigation skill during expanded states of consciousness. 
  • Graduate of the Synthesis Psychedelic Practitioner Training.

With my life partner, Michael Novak, I offer Safe Nest, an educational forum for couples, friends and family who are exploring psychedelics for health and inner freedom. I’m also a mother of two and a gardener, poet and singer-songwriter who loves to hike in the woods as often as possible. 

Psilocybin offers us the exciting possibility of trauma healing and cosmic exploration. With knowledge, experience and a commitment to your safety, I include these core principles in my facilitation work:

  • Respect for your unique background, culture and experiences
  • Trust in your deepest wisdom, including your gifts and traumas
  • Spacious acknowledgement of what’s happening in your life
  • Compassion, forgiveness and self-forgiveness practices
  • Recognition of your physical, emotional and mental needs and wisdom
  • Open-hearted spirituality without religious overtones
  • Holding a space of privacy and safety during preparation, journey and integration
  • Ethical commitment to your best interests
  • Psilocybin facilitation and journeying as a path to inner and outer peace

My social equity plan includes offering psilocybin to those facing end of life issues. I’m BIPOC and Queer friendly. Ask about my sliding scale fees.

I’d love to meet you to explore working together!

Shamila Zaré

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:

Birth Trauma
Childhood Trauma
Couples Work
Domestic Abuse
Eating Disorders
Emotional Abuse
Energy Work
Life Transitions
Narcissist Abuse
Trauma Work
Women’s Issues

Jennifer Joss

Available in September

As a coach, teacher, and facilitator, I have a long history of accompanying people in growth and development work. It takes a lot of self-honesty, determination, insight, and courage not only to do inner work but also to share it with another person, and I am continually humbled by this privilege.

I am a psychologist by training, with a doctorate in counseling psychology from Stanford and an undergraduate degree in psychology from Harvard. My psychedelic-assisted therapy training was with the Integrative Psychiatry Institute. My interest in this work grew from a life-long passion for exploring human potential and the meaning of life, as well as my experience that what modern psychology and psychiatry have to offer intractable mental/emotional health issues is not enough.

As far as facilitation goes, to me what has made the difference is the presence, attention, and emotional attunement of those I have invited along my own journeys. Whether or not we interact during the psilocybin session, the quality of presence matters, as we are “in it” together. I am devoted to inner work practices that help me be as clear, open, and present as possible for others. And I am happy to say, at this point in my life, there is nothing I have to do or to prove, and there is nowhere better to be than right here with you. I will support your journey by taking the time to get to know you, your history and intentions, and we will also ensure your own inner healing intelligence leads the way.

I am an eager student of the journey pattern itself, and the way life inherently moves toward healing and wholeness…when we get out of the way. I have also come to believe that what we do after the psilocybin work is key—not only making meaning of the journey experience, but also working to bring it alive in your life to support new ways of thinking, feeling, and being. For this reason, I offer small online integration groups to support you in developing an ongoing relationship with your own inner wisdom.

I don’t know if there is such as thing as the “right” facilitator, but surely you can find one that feels right for you, right now, and that sense of fit is important! I’d love to hear from you if you want to further explore the fit.

Tricia Dietrich Amara

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:

  • Embodiment exercises
  • Meditation and guided imagery
  • Reiki
  • Thought work
  • Herbal cleansing and detoxification
  • Boundary setting
  • Tools for uncovering life purpose
  • Ritual practices
  • Shamanic journeywork
  • Deepening trust in your intuition

Myles Katz

I am passionate and experienced in guiding individuals on their first therapeutic and inward psilocybin journeys. My goal is to help you not just make the changes you seek today, but to embark on a conscious healing journey that transforms your life.

My own journey with psychedelics began at the age of 28 when I overcame my addiction to alcohol and lifted the fog of depression that had shrouded my life since the passing of my mother when I was 15. This profound experience revealed the incredible potential of psychedelics to facilitate deep healing and transformation.

Through the ongoing exploration of psychedelics across the globe and under the mentorship of inspirational teachers over the following 8 years, I have developed a deep appreciation for both the power of the psychedelic experience itself and the neuroplasticity it fosters. This neuroplasticity helps us become open and receptive to things that otherwise feel out of reach or inaccessible due to the noise of our chaotic, technology-overloaded modern world. It has been pivotal in helping me and others make meaningful, lasting changes in the months following the psychedelic journey that once seemed impossible. I believe knowing how to work with it is the key to using psychedelics as a tool to support the journey from ‘functioning‘ to ‘flourishing.’

Since 2018, I have dedicated myself to advancing the field of legal psilocybin experiences. I co-founded The Synthesis Institute in Amsterdam, where I helped to develop one of the world’s first legal psychedelic service models. This initiative supported over 1,000 individuals on their wellness journeys and included a significant partnership with Imperial College London, enriching my understanding of effective psychedelic practices. My experience with Synthesis led me to be invited onto the board of the Oregon Psilocybin Training Alliance (OPTA) and various Rule Advisory Committees for the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), where I help to shape the framework for Oregon’s legal psilocybin services.

With the Hi-U Foundation and Confluence Retreats – the nonprofit I founded and conducted my facilitation practice through – I utilize my expertise to create nature-based, multi-modality psilocybin retreats within Oregon’s legal framework. These retreats are enhanced by partnerships with indigenous communities and are grounded in validated therapeutic practices, reflecting my dedication to facilitating profound personal growth and healing. At Omnia, I focus on providing 1-on-1 client sessions, bringing elements of our transformative retreat experiences into a more traditional setting to maximize the therapeutic benefits of psilocybin.

My package includes: 1) a 60-minute Admin (paperwork) session, 2) a 90-minute Preparation Session, a 3) 90-minute Transformational Breathwork session led by an expert facilitator at Omnia Group the morning before 4) your psilocybin experience (6ish hours), and 5) two 60-90min Integration Sessions. I can share more when we connect for a free 45-minute intake/Exploration Call to get to know one another.

Please click here to read reviews from clients who I have supported through transformational journies with psilocybin here in Oregon.

Chelsea Phegley

Hey there,

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.



Nancy “Cedar” Morgan

My story begins in the high mountains of Colorado where I grew up among the pines, alpine lakes, and towering peaks of the Rockies. 

The pursuit of a college education brought me to California and to UC Santa Cruz where I loved the culture and community but missed the mountains and four seasons. 

When on June 10, 1989, I first stepped foot in Ashland I knew I had found my home though it took many years to make the changes necessary to be able to make the move.

Until I could, I dedicated myself to expanding my work with psychedelic medicines through the guidance and mentoring provided by elders and plant-medicine wisdom-keepers in California.

I also completed my graduate training and then pursued training in psychedelic therapies and research. 

In 2019, I received my Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Research from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, completed parts A-D of MAPS’ MDMA training, and received my Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy certification through the Ketamine Training Center in San Anselmo, California.

In 2022 I received my Psychedelic-Assisted Facilitation (PAF) certification as a member of InnerTrek’s inaugural class and in 2023 became an Oregon-licensed Psilocybin-Assisted Facilitator.

In addition to facilitating I enjoy sharing stories, mentoring, consulting, and supporting the next generation of psychedelic medicine workers. 

Toward that end I have led workshops, authored a chapter on psychedelic integration in the recently published book Altogether US, and published journal articles on the integration of psychedelic medicines.

My availability is limited until I fully transition from providing licensed clinical therapy in Oregon, Colorado, and California to facilitation for those pursuing healing, expanded awareness, and connection to the ineffable through Psilocybin-Assisted Facilitation at Omnia Group Ashland. 

In gratitude and with much warmth,


Sarah Paul

Hello there! I am an OHA licensed psilocybin facilitator and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). With a profound commitment to holistic healing, I combine my expertise in psychedelic therapy with my background in mental health practice to guide individuals on transformative journeys. 

As a licensed PMHNP, I have specialized in treating PTSD, addictions and other mental health disorders, drawing upon my formal education and nearly 20 years of experience in psychiatric care. My therapeutic approach is rooted in empathy, lovingkindness, equanimity, understanding, and a belief in the innate capacity for healing within each individual. I also have a background in neurology and extensive knowledge and practice with psychopharmacology. I have an integrative psychiatric practice based out of the Portland metro area.

I completed my training in psychedelic assisted therapy in 2023 and as a psilocybin facilitator in 2023. I have a long history with psychedelics and understand the profound impact these substances can have on an individual, as well as idyllically, humanity and our planet. 

In my role as a psilocybin facilitator, I hope to leverage the potential of psilocybin-assisted therapy to facilitate profound spiritual experiences and promote psychological well-being. I am dedicated to creating a safe and supportive environment for clients to explore the depths of their consciousness, helping them navigate through personal challenges and find meaning in their journey toward healing and growth.

Being at the forefront of the evolving field of psychedelic-assisted therapy, staying informed about the latest research and developments. Committed to ethical practices, I strive to uphold the highest standards of care in my work, prioritizing the well-being and autonomy of my clients.

I offer 2 preparation sessions and 2 integration sessions with each psilocybin session. Free initial 15-30 minute consultations are available and strongly recommended.

Arianne Shine

My name is Arianne and I look forward to supporting you on this exciting journey of self discovery, healing and growth.

My 10 years of experience in the healing realm from Self Development Coach, to Crisis Intervention Specialist to a Mental Health Trauma Recovery Specialist has prepared me well for this work.

Together we will explore your challenges and difficulties you are currently facing creating a plan specific to your needs with where you are today.  This will include one to three preparation sessions where we will clarify your intention and focus for this session. I will support you to feel comfortable and prepared for your journey. Your full day session will be supported from beginning to end, with special attunement and attention to your individual unfolding experience and needs. We will end with two landing integration sessions where we will distill the key elements of your journey and together bridge them to your daily life for ongoing change and transformation.

While therapy itself is not part of the psilocybin facilitation treatment, I draw from specific trauma informed therapy styles during our sessions together. Those include Somatic Experiencing, which supports our internal instinctive nervous system response to threat.  IFS, Internal Family Systems which speaks to the many different parts we all have inside ourselves, and from Attachment work, to support the healing of relational wounding.

I welcome all people of all backgrounds who feel called to work with me. I look forward to connecting with you and together, supporting you on your path of healing and transformation.