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Near Hwy180 & Belt Line rd

Pairing Psychology with Psychedelics: A DIY Guide

Would you like to decrease uncertainty around planning your own DIY psychedelic experience? Are you getting the most out of your psychedelic experience? Have you ever been curious about applying psychological techniques to your own healing journey?

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Pairing Psychology with Psychedelics: A DIY Guide
Pairing Psychology with Psychedelics: A DIY Guide

Time & Location

May 23, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDT

Near Hwy180 & Belt Line rd , Grand Prairie, TX 75050

About the event

Our brains are like super computers, sometimes a simple reboot with psychedelics can give us a new perspective. Other times, the operating system may be so faulty - such as those who suffer complex or childhood PTSD - that a new operating system needs to be written. While psychedelics can open the mind to new possibilities, they don’t represent new programming in and of themselves. Success for the modern psychonaut may increase if a new operating system is standing by to be installed.

Modern behavioral therapies such as DBT and CBT can promote changes in negative habits and thought patterns. Inspiration can be drawn from self-help support groups and narrative therapy to support the DIY psychonaut in their search for healing. There are many creative ways to use psychology to help us design a framework for medicinal psychedelic use.

In this presentation you'll discover:

  • Several important psychology models for neurohacking
  • Applications of psychology during the psychedelic prep phase
  • Explore psychology tools to promote lasting integration
  • Increase knowledge around creating a DIY psychedelic experience
  • *Please note this presentation is psychoeducational*

About the Speaker:

Elizabeth J.O. is a Holistic Dietitian Nutritionist and Change Coach with 15 years of clinical experience. Since graduating from Bastyr University, she has studied: motivational interviewing, coaching, human behavior, psychology, yoga, flow states, and mindfulness-based therapies. In her free time, she offers peer support in online forums and volunteers at festivals providing psychedelic harm reduction with N.E.S.T, Zendo Project, Fireside Project, RestPit, and Sanctuary. Elizabeth co-founded Altered States Integration in 2012 to reduce the barriers accessing integration services. She is a director at PsyT: Psychedelic Society of Texas and organizes their online chapter. She has also authored Breaking Emotional Addiction: Neurohacking BPD with Ibogaine, detailing her personal healing journey. Elizabeth is passionate about reducing barriers to finding compassionate support for processing non-ordinary states of consciousness. She recently graduated with a Life Coaching Certificate from Lumia.

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PsyT Meeting Rules

We are excited you will be joining us for an inperson event. Please keep in mind the following guidlines  while enjoying your time in community with us. 

We are also going to ask everyone to:

- Speak from personal perspective

- No Advice Giving

- Bring an open mind

- Confidentiality about who attends our meetings

- No Recording of ANY kind

- Silence all electronic devices

- Avoid distractive behavior

- Avoid crosstalk

- Consider how much talking time you are using and try to leave room for our marginalized and/or shyer members.

-No solicitation of Substances or Promotion of Retreats and/or non-PsyT events (see disclaimer)

-Please refrain from publicly naming specific guides and retreats.

PsyT Disclaimer: Version January 2024

PsyT does not hold ceremonies or promote illegal activities during our events. This is not a place to seek, encourage, or participate in the procurement of controlled substances. You agree that you will not contact us for such things and will not engage in any such activities in your participation in any PsyT event. We provide a platform to discuss experiences that offer transformation in our personal and professional lives. You acknowledge that any information we provide is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

**Please do not use our space to promote or source substance and retreats**

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