Become a Founding Family Member for access to this event by clicking here! All memberships are tax-deductible. SFPS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. At this month’s Community Campfire for our multidimensional
All memberships are tax-deductible. SFPS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
At this month’s Community Campfire for our multidimensional members, we invite you to converge for a consciousness expanding conversation! We are hosting an open discussion about recovery from pharmaceuticals with the help of psychedelics. This talk will be led by our Executive Director Danielle Negrin and Amanda Rodrigo, a registered psychiatric nurse and treasured member of our community.
This talk will take place on Thursday, June 17th! Become a member of the San Francisco Psychedelic Society to receive an invitation for this virtual event.
Join us on the third Thursday of every month at 6PM Pacific for a cozy and compassionate virtual campfire where we will explore emerging topics in the psychedelic realm and connect in a community setting!
For those who cannot make the live talk, a recording will be sent out to all members.
Amanda Rodrigo has been a leader in the Behavioral Health Field of Nursing for over a decade; has not only cared for patients but also developed hospital policies, detox protocols, crises teams, inpatient units, and training programs. She offers this professional experience along with her training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Introduction To Psychedelic Therapy, Microdosing, as well as her personal experience of breaking free from Big Pharma to her current project: a pharmaceutical detox program with community and coaching – Amanda Heals Coaching To Your Ideal Self.
Danielle Negrin is Executive Director of the San Francisco Psychedelic Society, founder of Psychedelic Recovery, on the founding team of Decriminalize Nature Oakland and on the advisory board for Project New Day. She specializes in building conscious community, providing education into the use and science of psychedelics, addiction recovery services and integration. Danielle is dedicated to exploring mental health, trauma recovery, personal development and overcoming substance abuse through integrative techniques with psychoactive substances. The intention of her work is to help people and communities through sacred intentional practice, to ultimately make this a better world for us all to live in.
Danielle and Amanda will offer insights and perspectives on recovery, healing, and more. This is a community-centered discussion and participation is encouraged. We are looking forward to connecting with you!
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(Thursday) 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST