My guests this week, Drs. Genesee Herzberg and Jason Butler, are the co-founders of the pioneering Sage Institute – our country’s first psychedelic psychotherapy clinic for the economically disadvantaged.
Sage Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides high-quality training, accessible psychedelic therapy, and innovative research, fostering effective and culturally-responsive mental health treatment for underserved communities.
Among other services, Sage Institute houses a sliding scale clinic in Oakland offering low fee ketamine-assisted psychotherapy and trauma-focused depth psychotherapy.
Both Jason and Genesee are licensed clinical psychologists, who specialize in working with trauma and integrating psychedelic experiences.
I have had the privilege of getting to know Jason and Genesee, and am honored to be a collaborator with them on a forthcoming volume of essays entitled Psychedelic Psychotherapy to be published by the Routledge publishing house.
Tune in LIVE, Tuesday at 9am PACIFIC, for our discussion of the future of psychotherapy – using a full range of tools that includes psychedelics like ketamine and MDMA – and be sure to call or text in with your questions: