Psychedelic Integration Circle - with Brighton Psychedelics

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Psychedelic Integration Circle - with Brighton Psychedelics

Are you looking for a safe space in which to integrate a psychedelic experience? 

Have you been struggling to make sense of a psychedelic experience or had a difficult trip?

The Psychedelic Society is proud to be partnering with Brighton Psychedelics and their expert team of facilitators on this in-person integration circle. This is a warm, welcoming circle for you to share with others, to be heard and receive support if requested.

Who we are

Brighton Psychedelics is a community group facilitated by a small interdisciplinary team of Psychiatrists,  Psychologists and Psychotherapeutic Counsellors. Our team have experience in the field of psychedelic support and expertise in contemporary research into psychedelic assisted therapy. 

The aim of our group is to promote integration of psychedelic experiences into everyday life in a way that is helpful and meaningful to the individual.

Our facilitators currently give their time on a voluntary basis. The ticket price only covers the venue and associated organisational costs, so if you are able to afford a Supporter ticket, please do so, as this will help ensure these much-needed spaces continue and support the future of the UK integration circle network. If you can afford a Standard price ticket, please select this option to free up more low income spaces to those people who really need them.

The group runs approximately every 6 weeks and we always aim to have 2-3 facilitators present depending on the number of attendees (max. 18 participants per circle). The facilitators will rotate and thus vary from session to session - you can see a full list of our team below.

What to expect

Our circle is a non-judgemental, confidential space for those who have used psychedelics or are considering using them. If you have had a challenging psychedelic experience and want to make sense of it, or wish to share a meaningful experience, then this is for you.

We ask members to arrive 10 minutes before the start so we can check-in and start on time (very late arrival may result in not being able to participate). We encourage you to bring an object along that has personal meaning for you. It could represent your hopes/fears about the group or relate to your psychedelic experience. We place the objects in the middle of the circle when checking in. 

​The circle does not permit use of psychedelics or other psychoactive drugs. In accordance with the law, we neither encourage substance use, provide illicit substances, nor referrals to illegal psychedelic services.

If you have any questions about psychedelic integration or this group specfically, please contact Mags Houston: 

Visit the Brighton Psychedelics website for full details about the organisation and its network.

We also run a regular Book Club which is free to attend, visit our Facebook page for dates and further details.

Meet the Brighton Psychedelics team

Dr Graham Campbell

Study Psychiatrist and Psychedelic Guide with the DMT for depression study at Hammersmith Medicines Research with Imperial College/Small Pharma; Previous Assistant Psychedelic Guide with Psilodep 2 at Imperial College and NHS Psychiatrist

Jocelyn Rose

Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, EMDR practitioner and Clinical Supervisor. Therapist on the DMT and 5MeO-DMT for depression clinical trials. Space holder at the Institute of Psychedelic Therapy. Teacher, mother, bee keeper, with a keen interest in the healing properties of the natural world.

Hattie Sharp

NHS Psychiatry Registrar and previous NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow. Currently working on the MORE-KARE (ketamine for alcohol use disorder) clinical trial in Brighton, and training in EMDR and ACT therapies. Co-hosts the 'Breath Medics' working group for UK medical doctors campaigning to bring breathwork to the NHS. Passionate about holistic and innovative treatments in mental healthcare and utilising psychedelics to unite psychiatric and psychotherapeutic approaches.

Olivia Holtman

Olivia has a MSc in Clinical Psychology and works in a mental health care team specialising in the treatment of young substance users. Alongside this, Olivia co-manages events with a welfare organisation supporting festival attendees experiencing Altered States of Consciousness. Inspired by the role of nature and movement in healing, Olivia is committed to nurturing a world where personal growth and communal belonging go hand in hand

Jon-Paul Marshall

Counselling Psychologist with special interests in existential, psychodynamic, systemic, and compassion-focused approaches, anxiety, shame, addiction, uncertainty, community, and critical perspectives on the medicalization and pharmaceuticalization of human suffering. In training with the Institute of Psychedelic Therapy. Visit own website.

Rebeca Bandeira (not currently facilitating)

Transpersonal Psychotherapist (modality Psychosynthesis). For the last 13 years has been involved with a Psychedelic Emergency Service (Kosmicare - Boom Festival) working as a sitter and Team Leader. Listed in MAPS as a Psychedelic Integration therapist works individually and in group format.

Martin Lunn

Clinical Psychologist training in Psychedelic Assisted Therapy and Research at The California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco

Jeannet Weurman

Retired social worker. Qualified  Counsellor and Holotropic Breathwork facilitator.
Jeannet is currently training with the Institute of Psychedelic Therapy.

Liz Lilley

Humanistic Psychotherapist providing integration for psychedelic journeys. Psychedelic-Assisted Therapist on clinical research trials working with psilocybin. Breathwork facilitator and bodyworker.

Dylan Burns (not currently facilitating)

Counsellor and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner; Founder of The Psychedelic Society of Brighton 

REFUNDS POLICY: Please note, we do not arrange refunds or exchanges. When possible we encourage reselling on Ticketswap.

ACCESS:  We do our best to include everyone in our events, regardless of health circumstances. If you have access requirements please email the event organiser directly to discuss. Many facilitators are able to offer reduced ticket prices for those truly unable to afford the ticket price. If this applies to you, do please get in touch with the event organiser.

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