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PsyT Houston Holiday Potluck & Speaker Dec 2022

Join us as we end the year with a double feature: a potluck & keynote from our friends at Altered States Integration! Come and share warm food & good vibes as we create community and learn about psychedelics.

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PsyT Houston Holiday Potluck & Speaker Dec 2022
PsyT Houston Holiday Potluck & Speaker Dec 2022

Time & Location

Dec 19, 2022, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM CST

Central Houston - RSVP for address, Houston, TX 77009

About the event

Join us as we end the year with a double feature, potluck & keynote speaker event. Come and share warm food and good vibes as we create community and learn about psychedelics.

About the Event:

Ready for a year-end dose of community, connection, and learning? We're hosting a special holiday potluck with a keynote speaker to celebrate the year's end in the Houston area. You are welcome to bring a guest, but please RSVP accordingly and have one RSVP per person as there will be a cap on attendance. Proceeds will go towards covering the rental space.

In addition, please sign up to bring a dish or non-alcoholic beverage via that Meal Train link that you'll receive in your email confirmation upon registration.

Event Schedule:

6:30pm: Set up and Volunteers meeting

7:00pm: Let the Feast Begin

7:30-8:30pm: Keynote Speaker

9:00-9:30pm: Clean up and departure

We can't wait to see you there and celebrate with together!

About the Talk:

Finding the Others: How to Build a Robust Psychedelic Community

Even though interest in psychedelics is growing, it can be challenging to find local people to safely discuss this taboo topic. Grassroot psychedelic communities are popping up like mushrooms all across the country, but they need engaged supporters like you!

This talk will explore the recipe for growing a healthy community centered around psychedelic enthusiasm. Tobey and Elizabeth will share knowledge gained from over 10 years of experience in building psychedelic clubs, societies, and integration groups. This presentation will offer an introduction to community building, tips for getting started, and explore the future of psychedelic communities.

This class will:

  • Explore the elements of a healthy psychedelic community
  • Discuss how members can help reduce harmful behaviors from interlopers
  • Describe what it takes to be an ethical leader and how to grow into one
  • Brainstorm what future psychedelic villages might look like
  • Offer tips and tricks to strengthen your grassroots movement

About the Speakers:

Tobey Tobey is an Integration Coach, psychedelic advocate, social entrepreneur and a M.A. of Counseling candidate at Naropa. He has over 7 years of experience in harm reduction, offering on-site peer support and drug education with Zendo Project, N.E.S.T., DanceSafe, Harmonia, and is the past president of Psychedelic Club of Denver. Tobey is passionate about community outreach and policy change, including working on the successful decriminalizationz campaigns in Denver and D.C. He is excited to use his education to continue his work as a community builder and psychedelic advocate.

Elizabeth J.O. is a Holistic Dietitian Nutritionist and Change Coach with 12 years of clinical experience. Since graduating from Bastyr University, she has studied: 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. She has 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 is currently studying coaching at Lumia.

PsyT Disclaimer: Version November 2022

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**

Tickets

  • $20 Supporter Ticket

    Your contribution will cover the event space and other administrative fees.

    $20.00
    +$0.50 service fee
  • $13 Supporter Ticket

    Your contribution helps to provide event spaces, speaker stipends, and pay technology fees (meetup, webpage, act) Thanks for your support.

    $13.00
    +$0.33 service fee
  • $7 Supporter Ticket

    Your contribution helps to provide event spaces, speaker stipends, and pay technology fees (meetup, webpage, act) Thanks for your support.

    $7.00
    +$0.18 service fee
  • $0 Supporter Ticket

    Can't pay? That's okay too. You will still get the access to the same great community. Thanks for your support.

    $0.00

Total

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