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In Psychedelic Therapy, Don’t Forget the ‘Therapy’

A wide gulf lies between what we ‘see’ on psychedelics and what we do with what we saw

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Twenty minutes late, Matt (whose name was changed for privacy) stumbles into my therapy office, dives onto my green couch, stretches out like a Freudian pro, and buries his face in his hands. Matt, a renowned New York wellness…




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Jane Garnett, LMFT

Jane Garnett, LMFT

Psychotherapist and psychonaut specializing in creative freedom @thebananajane

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