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Psychedelic Integration Circle: Bring Your Journey Home

September 20 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm MDT

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In this monthly circle, find out how your psychedelic experience can lead to new insights about your life and self! LGBTQIA+ Affirming Space

Psychedelic Integration Circle: Bring Your Journey Home

Monday September 20th 8:00pm-9:30pm MT, 7:00pm – 8:30pm PST

For any accommodations, email wellness@utahpridecenter.org.

Integration is the process of bringing all parts of our self together to a place where they can coexist within us. 

A psychedelic experience is any experience that reveals one’s unconscious psyche and may or may not involve substances; it could be a strong dream, a revelation while watching a sunset, a significant experience in a ceremony, or many others.

These experiences often leave us at a loss for words.  In this circle, we will use our felt senses and intuitive creativity to explore the experience in mind, body, and soul. 

Whether you’ve had a psychedelic experience that has left you speechless, or are curious about how altered states of consciousness can help us heal, this group will help you to discover what lurks in the unconscious beyond our words. 

Join Sarah and Lindsay for guided meditation, group sharing, art, movement, music, and play!  All are welcome, whether experienced with psychedelics or not.  This group will provide a safe space for anyone curious about integration and is, first and foremost, an LGBTQIA+ safe space.  

About the Instructors

Lindsay Garvey (she/her) holds an MA in Integral Counseling Psychology and has a background in dramatic arts, dance, and creative writing. She is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and has volunteered as an integration coach. As a therapist, Lindsay approaches therapy as a creative pursuit rooted in clinical analysis. Her approach focuses on mind, body, and spirit connection through the dismantling of internalized structures and de-conditioning.  Her goal is to help each of her clients discover how to thrive as their most authentic self. 

Sarah MacCombie (she/they) is an associate clinical mental health counselor and occupational therapist specializing in LGBTQIA2S+ health and wellness. She received her counseling degree from the California Institute of Integral Studies with a focus on Integral Counseling Psychology. She also specializes in gerontology and has been working in skilled nursing facilities for the past 8 years. Her passion is supporting others in developing self-awareness, self-love and authentic relationships with self and others.

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