Therapy looks in, coaching looks out, and psychedelics look beyond.

Beyond the power of psychedelics to be used for healing, fixing, and treatment… there is a space for coaching, but nobody is talking about it.
Yannick Jacob

In Part I of this series we distinguish therapy from coaching. The two are related and both are in a constant state of change. Like fraternal twins, therapy and coaching come from the same egg fertilized by different ideas. Their differences exist more in practice than in theory. In the next part, we’ll consider how each applies to the use of psychedelics.

In the current legal environment, where psychedelics remain largely illegal, only the therapeutic approach has the authority to claim psychedelic substances as a child of its own. Historically, it has no right to.

The 20th Century

The 21st Century




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