Episode #545: Suffering, Psychedelics, & Spirituality, feat. Paul Fugelsang

Paul Fugelsang joins Allison in today's episode to discuss the importance of plant medicine, the potential benefits of exploring the unknown and asking deeper questions about life, & the inherent nature of suffering in life and the futility of trying to eliminate it.

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About Paul Fugelsang:

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor/therapist in North Carolina. In addition to offering in-person therapy for individuals and couples in Asheville, I offer online therapy through the telephone and Skype. Fluent in Spanish, I work with both English and Spanish speakers. In my practice I accept Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance.

A long-time meditation practitioner, I received my Masters degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. In addition to my private practice, I am also the founder and executive director of Open Path Psychotherapy Collective (www.openpathcollective.org). At this stage in my life, I practice a blend of contemplative psychotherapy with a Jungian-informed approach.

I have been actively working in the mental health community since 1996. I work with couples and adult individuals. My specialities include helping people who are suffering from anxiety, symptoms of depression, or those who have experienced some sort of trauma.