Date & Time
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Elizabeth Nielson and Jayne Gumpel
Psychedelic experiences can be life-changing for some, yet mental healthcare providers are often at a loss for how to incorporate them into therapy to promote growth and positive change for the client.
In this interactive, experiential workshop, participants will engage in a series of mindful, meditative exercises that can be used to assist clients in cultivating a relationship with insights from more ephemeral psychedelic experiences.
Mindfulness practice for psychedelic integration will be explored in a supportive space that allows participants to give voice to their own experience with non-verbal, inner-directed guidance.
Note: Enrollment is limited. Recommended for licensed clinicians and healthcare providers. For Continuing Education Credits, please visit
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An Evening Workshop
Friday, March 27, 2020, 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Members $85/ Nonmembers $95
Related Program: Psychedelics 101 & 102: A Training for Clinicians
New York Open Center
Elizabeth Nielson, PhD, cofounder of Fluence, is a psychologist who specializes in developing psychedelic medicines as supported treatments for PTSD, substance-use problems, and mood disorders.
Jayne Gumpel, LCSW, a qualified teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), has more than 25 years of experience leading executive forums and business development groups. She also has extensive training and experience in psychology, group dynamics, and coaching. Cofounder of Access Mindfulness, which brings mindfulness education into workplace and educational settings, Jayne has a private psychology practice in NYC.