The Psychedelic Prism: The Sacred Responsibility of Developing an Interconnected and Reciprocal Future

Dr. Angela Beers & Jason Beers

July 7, 2021 2:00 PM

Dr. Beers’ theoretical approach is Humanistic and Transpersonal with concentration on individual, community, and ancestral decolonizing and unsettling aspects to healing via Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness. She is an advocate for ethical accessible psychedelic— entheogenic reclamation and believes spirituality is significant to the psychological for rematriation in a patriarchal world. Her dissertation and thesis research explored human intersections of dependency, detachment and communal exploration of NOSC. Dr. Angela Beers is a mother, wife, and psychologist of Indigenous-Mexican and European ancestry. She is a former intern at the American Indian Health and Family Services in Southwest Detroit. Her background includes the Michigan Department of Corrections, Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival–Movement, and expanded access MAPS-Naropa MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy Trainee. She co-owns Crescent Roots Psychological Services and is adjunct faculty at Naropa University. Jason is a clinical psychologist with experience in urban settings such as psychiatric ERs, prisons, and universities. He co-owns a private practice with Angela Beers. He loves to engage clients in self-evolving techniques through meditation and visualization.