Having power to control your environment is necessary, but power to control yourself is not.

Psychedelics prove to you that there’s more than one way of seeing the world”
Jesse Lawler, host of SmartDrugSmarts podcast


In Part I of this series, I considered the history of therapy and how coaching has emerged as a cross between psychology and consulting. Here, I’ll consider how psychedelic work appears in the contexts of therapy and coaching. In the third installment, I’ll propose forms for psychedelic-assisted coaching.


Do No Harm




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