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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Licensed Providers

Laura Riley

Laura Riley, LPC is the co-founder of Portland Integration Network. She believes our healing and wholeness includes interconnectedness with the body, soul, relationships, and the natural world. Laura weaves a trauma-informed and somatic-based approach for transforming intergenerational/developmental trauma, attachment and dissociation. She believes cultivating  deep listening to the body is necessary for embodied lasting change. She offers ketamine-assisted psychotherapy in her private practice and utilizes EMDR, Sensorimotor and holistic modalities working with individuals and groups for integration. Laura believes our capacity for growth, purpose and belonging happens in relationship with one another and the earth. She offers somatic-based process groups for psychedelic integration and clinical consultation for providers. She has worked at the Portland VA PTSD Clinic, community mental health centers, intensive outpatient, at-risk youth, nature-based therapy and currently in private practice at Soma Rose Wellness.

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Lesley Burke

Lesley Burke, LPC, ATR, LAT is  the co-founder of Portland Integration Network and is an art therapist practicing at Somatic Center Portland.  She is also a visionary artist who has exhibited in Portland, New Orleans, and Los Angeles.  She is interested in the connection between visionary art, psychedelic integration, and art therapy as methods for healing through the flow state experience.   She also utilizes other approaches in therapy, including EMDR for treating PTSD.  She offers individual therapy as well as a monthly art therapy group for psychedelic integration. Lesley is trained through MAPS to provide psychedelic integration, including harm reduction work with the Zendo Project and the MDMA Assisted Psychotherapy training with Michael and Annie Mithoefer.  Lesley completed her MA in art therapy/ counseling in 2007, and has been working in the mental health field since that time, in a variety of settings including addiction treatment centers, community mental health clinics, and private practice.

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Simon Yugler

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. 

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Brian Pilecki, Ph.D

Dr. Brian Pilecki is a co-founder of Portland Integration Network. Brian is a clinical psychologist at the Portland Psychotherapy Clinic that specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders (OCD, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorder), trauma and PTSD, depression, LGBTQ issues, and matters related to the use of psychedelics. He practices from an orientation based in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and other evidence-based treatments. Brian also has extensive experience in the areas of mindfulness and meditation, and incorporates them into his therapy with clients. At Portland Psychotherapy, Brian is also involved in research in the use of psychedelics for the treatment of mental health problems.

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Elizabeth Hoke

Elizabeth Hoke is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in both Oregon and California. She specializes in treating addiction, anxiety, depression, and grief.  Her theoretical approach is rooted in somatic psychology and eastern philosophies.  She works with Dr Steve Rosonke offering ketamine assisted psychotherapy.  Elizabeth is also the Clinical Director at Liberation Institute in Portland which offers weekly psychotherapy on a sliding scale and donation based groups.

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Alyssa Gursky

Alyssa Gursky, MA, LPC Intern, is a Transpersonal Art Therapist passionate about helping people of all genders find more satisfying relationships, starting with their own bodies. Alyssa creates a non-judgmental therapeutic environment, utilizing somatic awareness and creativity to support clients in experiencing less symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, and/or grief. She is passionate about serving the LGBTQIAA+ community in psychedelic spaces. She has been trained in harm reduction through The Zendo Project. She is a trained Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapist & is in the progress of receiving her MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy training.She offers individual therapy in private practice out of Somatic Center Portland & group events through, Psychedelic Art Therapy LLC.

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Catherine Beckett

Catherine Beckett, LCSW, PhD, has provided counseling services with a specialization in grief, loss and transition since 1994, in a variety of settings including schools, community mental health agencies, addiction treatment centers, hospitals, adult and pediatric hospice, and private practice. She has designed and taught workshops and courses for health and mental health professionals at institutions including U.C. Berkeley, the University of Portland and Oregon State University. Her published dissertation research focused on best treatment practices for complicated grief. She is a trained End-of-Life Doula, a certified Reiki Master Practitioner, and draws deeply from training in energy psychology, combining both ancient and modern wisdom to help clients find pathways to healing.

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Jeremy Jones

New Mexico native, Oregon transplant-2014. I’m fascinated by the human brain and the history of a person which influences their perception of the human experience.  My approach takes the notion that “all thoughts are opinions” and gives space to explore and change maladaptive thoughts. I am to help humans navigate and better understand the places in their life causing distress. I can help you by encouraging self-awareness and self-acceptance. This is an approach to life that engages your sense of curiosity of uncertainty rather than fear. If you’re ready to take this next step down this path of healing-please contact me. It takes 3 minutes to schedule the initial consult.

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Erika Nelson

Erika Nelson (LCSW) offers holistic guidance and support to people looking to catalyze transformation for themselves and their communities in order to support a more liberated future. Through coaching, psychotherapy, consulting and group work Erika helps people heal intergenerational trauma, shift harmful patters, and unpack the internalization of toxic systems. Erika draws from a background in art, dance and practices that include somatic approaches, Jungian analysis, psychosynthesis, trauma healing modalities and liberation psychology in order to co-create spaces where deep transformation is possible. Erika has Psychedelic Integration training through Horizons NCY and a background in community mental health working with people in crisis to support their autonomy and empowerment.

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Dan Golletz

I have been a licensed psychologist since 1998 and co-owner of Peak Psychological Services in Corvallis. I believe psychedelics have enormous potential to improve mental health, foster personal growth, and promote the general welfare of humanity. Psychedelics can help people gain perspective that allows us to revise our programming. Integration is a vital part of creating lasting change from psychedelic experiences. I have provided continuing education in psychedelic assisted therapy. I volunteered with The Zendo Project. I also volunteered with the campaign to make Psilocybin Therapy legal in Oregon and I plan to operate a service center when the program begins in 2023.

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Lindsay Wilkinson

I am a Naturopathic Healer and Acupuncturist who specializes in psychedelic harm reduction, integration and ceremony in the service of healing the whole person. I have incorporated many different techniques and modalities to assist patients in healing body, mind and spirit. I incorporate music, bodywork, counseling and many other therapies to assist in preparation, safe use and integration of psychedelics for patients of all ages, backgrounds and experience levels.

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Jacqueline Potter

Jacqueline Potter, MSW, CSWA is honored to work with people who are healing from trauma. She brings somatic (body focused) practices into her work so that the body and mind can be reintegrated and awareness can be brought to the ways in which your environment has shaped your nervous system. She practices from an Existential-Humanistic perspective, which means that she sees her relationship to her clients as a partnership. As fellow humans, she will foster exploration of your beliefs about yourself and the world to see what serves you and what doesn’t. She will work with you to discover the unique path to your wholeness and fulfillment. Jacqueline has worked as an advocate for survivors of sexual assault, in community mental health, and currently co-facilitates a process group for women and is a member of a group practice at Live True Counseling.

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Greg Robillard

Greg Robillard is a family therapist, with a focus on anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues. He graduated from Lewis & Clark’s counseling psychology program with a degree in family therapy, and a specialization in addictions. He has training in EMDR as well as psychedelic integration, and draws from a personal connection to mindfulness, creative arts, Buddhist psychology, and wilderness therapy. Greg is interested in negative attachments that hold us back, and looks at therapy as a conversation where we can learn how to let go.

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Megan Bearny

Megan Baerny is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) and owner of Repose. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2007. As an RN she worked in the ICU at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and then University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC) in Seattle. She went back to school and graduated with her master’s degree in nurse anesthesia from Kaiser Permanente School of Anesthesia in 2016. After many years in an academic setting and providing care to patients of all surgical disciplines, Megan was ready to work with patients outside the confines of an operating room. She founded Repose, a ketamine clinic in Lake Oswego in 2020. She enjoys helping clients find greater relief from a variety of mood disorders, including treatment-resistant depression, PTSD, bipolar, and anxiety.

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Mark Henry

The work of my life is to guide seekers on their inner journey to live a life of resilience, meaning, creativity, spirituality, and vitality. My work not only calls upon 20 plus years of professional experience and training, but also a lifetime of overcoming obstacles, struggles with doubts, fears, and a curiosity to create a life with meaning and aliveness. This journey has reminded me that life isn’t static where one comes to a complete understanding and clarity of oneself, but that over and over I’m reminded that I’m being called to continuing learning. What I thought I knew at one part of my life looks different in the rearview mirror.

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Joseph E Doherty

Working with All our Elements: Earth/Air/Fire/Water/Ether
MIND: Joe has 40 years experience as a psychotherapist
BODY: Joe is a longtime yogi and has taught Yoga for over 10 years
ENERGY: Joe has deep knowledge of healing the Chakra Energy System
SPIRIT: Joe is a twice ordained minister in both Shamanic and PsychoSpiritual Healing
CONSULT: Joe Provides Consultation, Supervision and Spiritual Support as well as Psychedelic Integration

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Stephanie Podasca

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.

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Julia Schetky

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.

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Gina Gratza

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.”

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Matthew Hicks

Matthew holds a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Master of Science in Integrative Medical Research from the National University of Natural Medicine. He has also completed an integrative mental health residency and a certificate in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy at the California Institute of Integral Studies. His therapeutic approaches include a blending of Buddhist psychology, Internal Family Systems, and Hakomi (mindfulness based somatic psychotherapy). He incorporates diet, exercise, meditation, herbs, supplements, and when necessary medication management into his treatment plans. He offers psychedelic integration work and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. He is also the host of the Integrative Psychiatry Review Podcast.

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Peter Addy, PhD

I help people find meaning and wholeness with psychedelics. Have you had a psychedelic experience and don’t know what to do next? Maybe you’ve never used psychedelics and want to make sure you don’t harm yourself. Wisdom and healing exist in our bodies, and I hope to help you feel more connected to yours. I can help you understand risks, potential benefits, and intentions. You can feel more connected to yourself, other people, and the world around you. I have studied psychedelic healing for over 15 years as a scientist, therapist, and educator. I understand what psychedelics do to your body and mind, including risks and how to reduce them.

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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.

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Molly Bowen

Molly Bowen, MA, LPC-Intern, incorporates a trauma informed, collaborative, embodiment based approach to healing, where she holds a space for clients to engage with the challenging and transformative work of increasing connection with and attunement to their own inner guidance system. She believes that as we learn to connect to our inner healing intelligence, we are able to experience suffering as an avenue for transcendence. Integrating this inner wisdom, often felt through psychedelic experiences, enhances our connection to the self and the universe, which allows us to experience a life where we can truly thrive. Molly specializes in working with anxiety, grief, life transition, spirituality, codependency, and psychedelic integration.

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Kimberly Zeszutek

Kimberly Zeszutek LPC has been providing therapeutic support within the Portland, OR area through her practice Filtering Light Counseling since 2015. She has developed expertise in navigating individuals through crisis and complex expressions of mental health, and into a life of motivation, resiliency, and connection. She values approaching clients with evidence-based therapy including skill building for emotion regulation and behavior change, while also valuing a clients inherent wisdom of healing, providing validation, and developing creative practices. Approaching therapy with relatability and enthusiasm, clients who gravitate to her are adolescence, young adults and adults. She specializes in populations on the Autism Spectrum, Neurodivergent, survivors of chronic invalidation, complex PTSD, treatment resistant depression, and those experiencing suicidal ideation and self-harm behaviors. Some of her psychedelic support experience includes White Bird Medical crisis therapeutic aid at the Oregon Country Fair.

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Dr Pilar Hernandez

I am a systemically-trained Counseling Psychologist, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Counselor, with over 25 years of clinical experience. I am an AAMFT approved clinical supervisor and an Oregon approved supervisor. I have a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and I am tenured professor.

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Jessica Thomas

The human capacity for reflection is an important aspect of understanding, motivation, inspiration, personal growth, and transformative change. Life experience offers myriad circumstances that deepen and fine-tune our reflective nature, often uncovering our most profound yearnings and highest callings. Indeed, it is through the practice of reflection, honed through the therapeutic process, that we expand awareness to reveal our greatest gifts — the capacity to create meaning from our experience and the potential for happiness. Displaying a multidimensional perspective gained through her education in Family Systems and Transpersonal Psychology, Dr. Jessica Thomas, has extensive education and experience helping those struggling with loss, anticipatory grief, complicated grief, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and life transitions. Jessica’s compassion and expertise stems from her understanding of the web of connections and emotional dynamics unfolding in contemporary families, couples, and larger organizational systems. She believes that we are all connected, that through awareness we can create meaning, and learn the causes of our own happiness and the conditions for others’ happiness.

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