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Alesya is a licensed clinical psychologist, having received her Psy.D. from George Washington University and completed her postdoctoral residency at Cornell University.

As a clinical psychologist, she is drawn to experiential, relational, and depth-oriented sensibilities in her therapeutic approach. She also has a speciality in trauma work and believes that what we commonly label as symptoms are essentially manifestations of unresolved trauma.

Alesya offers psychedelic integration where she helps her clients clarify, make sense of, and work through the contents that emerge during the psychedelic experience. Given the multilayered nature of these experiences, she draws on a range of therapeutic approaches to address each level. For instance, a psychodynamic lens provides deep insights at the biographical level, Jungian analytic psychology proves invaluable for navigating symbolic and archetypal realms, Grof’s work sheds light on transpersonal aspects, and Internal Family Systems (IFS) brings precision in addressing various parts of the personality.

A lifelong student of wisdom traditions and non-ordinary states of consciousness, Alesya is in awe of their potential to heal and illuminate the nature of the mind and reality.

Qualifications - Relevant Education & Degrees

PsyD in Clinical Psychology, George Washington University, 2018

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Cornell University, 2019

Complex Trauma Certification Training with Janina Fisher, PhD, 2020

Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) Supervision Group, 2020

Kundalini Teacher Training, Ra Ma Institute, 2021

The Jung Seminar, The Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts (PAJA), 2021

Internal Family Systems (IFS) Certification by IFSCA, 2022

Psilocybin Facilitation Training, Inner Trek, 2024

Contact Infomation
  • contact@alesyanazarova.com
  • 3102279061
  • https://www.alesyanazarova.com