Colorado Psychedelic Professionals Panel
Updated: May 5
Tuesday May 9th, 630 PM Pikes Peak Meet Up
This month for the Psychedelic Professionals Meet Up we will be having a panel with 4 practitioners who work in the psychedelic space using a variety of approaches that include clinical, ceremonial, and peer-support. They will share the pathway each followed into this work and will provide information about what to consider when choosing support for deeper healing work. There will be a Q&A period after.
Join us May 9th 630 PM at The Next Us 525 North Cascade, upstairs. We have a new, better ventilated space this month so join us with your questions and bring a friend.
Jill McCormick BA, JD, MSW, LCSW (Click on name for more info)
Jill McCormick is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker that specializes in the treatment of trauma using a variety of approaches. She incorporated psychedelic-assisted therapy in her work with clients, primarily using ketamine in her private practice. She has training through the Center for Optimal Living, PRATI, and MAPS. She is looking forward to incorporating MDMA when this pathway become legalized, hopefully in the coming year.
Sarah Hope is a community priestess and medicine woman of Scandinavian and Celtic Ancestry . She identifies as a daughter of earth and sky and holds the vision of the awakening of the ancient medicine woman in modern times. She is a nature based coach and guide and also teaches courses for traditional healers and emerging Medicine Womxn. Through ritual, ceremony and rites of passage she guides those who are experiencing awakening through trauma.
She is a ceremonialist, priestess and healer who channels the energies of the earth and the cosmos for the healing and elevation of humanity.
She holds degrees in Psychology, Spanish, and Education as well as training in Nature Connected Coaching, Gestalt, Partswork and entheogenic and earth-based traditions.
Anthony Caballero had 7 years of service in the Army surviving multiple blasts from Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). As a result, he suffered from traumatic brain injury, and began dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Caballero had had suicidal thoughts and multiple attempts when he returned home. He watched his platoon members go through similar situations and saw doctors prescribe them antidepressants. Caballero then obtained a BA In Psychology with a minor in counseling from UCCS. Anthony has worked as a therapist and a counselor for high risk populations. Anthony is the founder of the Colorado Springs Psychedelic Club and has been an community activist to legalize psychedelics for many years working in a peer support capacity with fellow veterans.. https://krdo.com/news/local-news/2021/03/09/disabled-veteran-pushes-for-magic-mushrooms-in-colorado-springs/
Seraphim Schwab is the Organizer for the Pikes Peak Professionals Meet Up. He is a current M.Div student in the Antiochian Archdiocese, has a Masters Degree in Counseling in Addiction Therapy , and a B.Sc in Management . He is a member of the American Association Of Psychedelics, and is the director of H.E.R.O.E.S :Veterans Healing Veterans which is a Non Profit dedicated to providing veterans affordable access to psychedelic medicine and training to enter the psychedelic field in Colorado once regulated access is established..