Providers & Clinics
Who we are: Each Provider of the Portland Integration Network holds their own private practice. We are composed of highly trained, passionate, and psychedelic-friendly mental health and healing professionals. Each Provider brings a high level of training, ethical standards of care, and experience to our work. Our community of Providers offer something unique, have their own style, and implement a different approach in guiding the integration process based on your needs.
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Laura is the founder of Portland Integration Network and works with individuals and groups. Laura’s approach is somatic-relationship centered. She utilizes Sensorimotor, Neuroaffective Touch, EMDR and shamanic practices supporting her clients with developmental and intergenerational trauma, intimacy, holistic healing and embodiment. She offers ketamine-assisted psychotherapy for individuals and groups and facilitates movement based and trauma-informed psychedelic integration groups. Laura values social justice perspectives, ethics and accountability in psychedelic spaces. She has completed the MAPS and Polaris training for MDMA and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. Laura believes our healing and wholeness happens through embodied connection with self, others, the natural world and spirit.
With a masters in depth counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, Simon Yugler, LPC Intern is a co-founder of Portland Integration Network and is a depth psychotherapist and psychedelic integration coach for people seeking greater meaning, purpose, and guidance in their life. Weaving together depth psychology, Internal Family Systems therapy, and mythology, Simon also draws on his diverse experiences learning from indigenous cultures around the world, including the Shipibo ayahuasca tradition. Simon has a background in experiential education, and has led immersive international journeys for young adults in 10 countries. He is passionate about men’s work, initiation, and helping his clients explore the liminal wilds of the soul.
Brian Pilecki, Ph.D
Joseph E Doherty
I love to help people prepare for and integrate their psychedelic journeys by facilitating a nonjudgmental and trauma-informed space. My work with clients involves a lot of exploration of cognitive, emotional, and somatic factors and how these different levels color and influence our entire experience. Together, therapy/coaching becomes a very collaborative and supportive process where we can also incorporate skills, play, movement, and connect to new insights gained in the healing process.
Julia’s style is a mix of several points of view. First, she believe that our relationship is the most important factor. Building a relationship based on mutual trust to do great work together as a team is critical. This may take a little time. Adrienne Brown says “move at the speed of trust.”
Second, she believes that always sitting far apart in a forced distance from a client isn’t ideal. Julia loves to kick off her shoes, get comfortable and connect about what is going on in your world. This often involves removing the formality of an office-like environment. You might sit on the floor to get grounded. If you are experiencing something particularly hard and need a hand to hold, you are not alone.
Julia believes there is a significant difference between “all are welcome here” & “this was created with you in mind.” You will work together to find what works best for you, and make it your space. She believes in helping you be seen, not just viewed.
Julia utilizes her extensive training in psychedelic medicine integration to assist clients to move along their journey towards healing and understanding and looks forward to meeting you where you are. Welcome to Julia’s office. She can’t wait to meet you.
Gina Gratza is a licensed marriage and family therapist, specializing in the treatment and healing of trauma, eating disorders and relationships. She is trained in EMDR™, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® and Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples. “I practice psychotherapy through a systemic and humanistic lens. I believe that we are impacted by the systems we live in and the relationships we are surrounded by. As we move through this world, we may find that the impacts from our systems and relationships become too great to hold alone. My practice is built to support individuals and groups of people to weave understanding and growth into their life experiences and connect it back to one another. I value creating a safe and trusting space for people to feel comfortable enough to step into vulnerability. It is through trust and vulnerability that growth can occur.”
Peter Addy, PhD
Linnea Van Kirk
I have been a licensed therapist in the state of California since 2017 and recently licensed in Oregon. I hold a BA in Philosophy from Scripps/Claremont and an MA in Psychology from Argosy Univ. In my practice I use a blend of Narrative and Cognitive Behavioral therapies and integrate Energy Psychology techniques to best address the whole body system. If a client is choosing to utilize psychedelics in their treatment, I extend these services to include harm reduction and assist in preparation and integration. I specialize in working with survivors of family abuse, religious abuse, and other life trauma.
Dr Pilar Hernandez
Mitchell (Hart) Dasteel
Dr Sara Hopkins, ND, LAc
Camillia de la Garza
My healing work comes from 3 distinct traditions– Kashmir Shaivism/tantra, capoeira/candomblé and ayahuasca. My goal is to integrate traditional wisdom and modern knowledge around the nature of suffering and our wounds. I also want to help people understand that our wounds are the gateway to spirit
Christine Calvert is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and a certified Holotropic Breathwork® facilitator. She is a module facilitator and teacher for Grof Transpersonal Training both in the US and internationally. In addition to bringing Holotropic Breathwork® and other experiential workshops to mental health and addiction facilities, she is passionate about the ethics and integrity needed in facilitating expanded-state work; supporting the integration of Holotropic and psychedelic sessions through somatic resourcing; and creative expression, personal ritual, and group support. Her own personal healing journey was greatly influenced by the Holotropic perspective and she feels deeply dedicated to sharing this work with those seeking healing. She enjoys finding ways to weave her personal and professional experience of different therapeutic and spiritual systems such as Shamanism, Somatic Experiencing, Jungian psychology, attachment theory, and mindfulness practices into her work with others. Christine is currently studying to become a Naturopathic Doctor and maintains a private counseling and consulting practice in addition to facilitating Holotropic Breathwork® nationally.
Obi - Seeded Somatics
Jen Dobie, LCSW
Synaptic Integrative Care
Synaptic Integrative Care is run by Dr. Matthew Hicks, a naturopathic physician with a background in medical research, experience with the Zendo Project and the certificate in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and research from the California Institute of Integral Studies. His mental health focused practice uses a holistic approach to address mind, body, and spirit using many modalities including medication management, herbs, supplements, diet, exercise, meditation, somatic counseling, ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, and psychedelic integration work. Synaptic is also offering training to healthcare professionals and students which often adds the benefit of a second co-therapist to your work. We offer sliding scale pricing where those able to pay full price contribute to a scholarship fund to help under served populations our services.Website | Email