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The pandemic has disrupted critical mental health services in 93% of countries – yet the need for them is greater than ever. Therapists are at capacity with months-long waiting lists. Therapy is financially inaccessible to many that are suffering and in need of support.
Indra’s Net facilitates free and accessible support groups for those suffering from trauma caused by recent events such as the Covid-19, racism, poverty, and global climate change.
Leaders in different modalities of trauma research and therapy have joined forces to provide a best practice, global, and scalable set of therapy models and interventions.
The world is in a crisis from multiple causes impacting us all at once.
There is ongoing trauma from climate change, pandemic, racism, violence, social injustice and isolation and healthcare worker burnout.
The obvious solution for survival and quality of life is collaboration, tolerance, sharing and mutual support.
Our Indra’s Net Coalition Sharing Group strategy seeks to bring people who have been traumatized into small groups to share experience and support one another.
The Sharing Group is free to participants, made culturally relevant and addresses trauma and its aftermath in all of its forms.
Join with us in creating a community of kindness and understanding. Activism will flow from this.
Indra’s Net is a call to action for therapeutic support for those suffering from trauma and its aftermath.
It is a unique response to the crisis gripping our world and to the trauma caused by the Covid-19 plague, racism, poverty, and global climate change. Our initiative is to bring our expertise with the treatment of trauma to as many people suffering with the effects of trauma, loss, and bereavement as is possible. We recognize the need for flexibility and the differences that are cultural, linguistic and organizational.
We are collaborating with an expanding network of leaders, practitioners and coalition partners, across trauma treatment modalities, who are in unity with our vision and its application. Together, we are working to provide best practice, global, and scalable set of therapy models and interventions.
Phil Wolfson – MD
Phil Wolfson MD is the creator of a new psychotherapy modality based on use of the medicine ketamine—Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Phil is the CEO of the non-profit Ketamine Research Foundation and directs the training of KAP practitioners through The Ketamine Training Center—now numbering over 300 practitioners across the US and Internationally.
He is the author of The Ketamine Papers and Noe– A Father/Son Song of Love, Life, Illness and Death. He has been the Principal Investigator of the recently completed MAPS.org Phase 2 study of MDMA treatment for individuals with life-threatening illnesses.
Dr. Wolfson’s work is the result of an intense, now many decades long clinical psychiatry/psychotherapy practice. Phil is a sixties activist, psychiatrist/psychotherapist, writer, practicing Buddhist and psychonaut who has lived in the Bay Area for 43 years.
Sunny Strasburg – LMFT
Mrs Strasburg is a certified Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapist in Ketamine, MDMA and psilocybin, an EMDR Certified trauma specialist and trained in Internal Family Systems. She is a graduate of the Certification for Psychedelic Assisted Therapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies and Pacifica Graduate Institute. Sunny is a Lead Trainer at the Ketamine Training Center and the Clinical Director at TRIPP PsyAssist, where she directs and helps to create virtual reality support tools for psychedelic therapists. Sunny utilizes Gottman Couples Method, IFS, attachment theory, Jungian Depth psychology and Ego State work.
Mrs Strasburg offers Ketamine Assisted Therapy at her clinic in Salt Lake CIty, Utah, and has co-authored trauma protocols for Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy with Dr. Phil Wolfson. Sunny offers consultation to clinicians in psychedelic assisted therapy. She was mentored by Dr. Brian Richards at the Aquilino Cancer Center and trained at Compass Pathways in psilocybin assisted psychotherapy. Mrs Strasburg completed a volunteer residency at Synthesis with psilocybin, and trained at the Ketamine Training Center in Ketamine Assisted Therapy. She was trained in MDMA Assisted Therapy by Michael and Annie Mithoefer through MAPS, and co-hosts retreats throughout North America and Costa Rica.
Bessel Van der Kolk
Anne St. Goar
Gina Amaro Rudan
David Duncan Ewing
Bruce D. Poulter
Indra’s Net Coalition is a registered CA 501c3 nonprofit, under the umbrella of the Ketamine Research Foundation. All donations are tax deductible.