LLR is producing this fabulous training for our communities:
The Zendo Project for Psychedelic Harm Reduction
Saturday April 29th 2017
5815 SE Rhone St. Portland, OR 97206
$50-$100 Register Here
This year, millions of people will use psychedelics outside of supervised medical contexts, many of them for the first time. Difficult psychedelic experiences can be frightening, but also potentially among the most valuable experiences someone can have. What can you do to help someone having a difficult psychedelic experience? What techniques are available for helping transform a potentially traumatic situation into a positive or even therapeutic one? What role has the Zendo Project played at festivals, and what take-home messages are available for others interested in psychedelic harm reduction?
About The Zendo Project
The Zendo Project provides a supportive environment and specialized care designed to transform difficult psychedelic experiences into valuable learning opportunities, and even potentially offer healing and growth. In turn, our work reduces the number of drug-related hospitalizations and arrests. Learn more at zendoproject.org
About Presenter Sara Gael
Sara received her Master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology at Naropa University. She is the Director of Harm Reduction and the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. She maintains a private practice as a psychotherapist specializing in trauma and non-ordinary states of consciousness. Sara believes that developing a comprehensive understanding of psychedelic medicines through research and education is essential for the health and well being of individuals, communities, and the planet.