with coming together
6-week virtual and in-person support groups for anyone struggling with trauma and stress.
The Essence of Indra’s Net Coalition
- 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.
- 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.
- Join with us in creating a community of kindness and understanding. Activism will flow from this.
About our Sharing Groups
Sharing Groups are free to join, organized by specific themes of shared experiences, consist of 6-10 partipants plus two trained facilitators, and meet virtually for 90 minutes each week, for 6 weeks. Our Sharing Groups are organized by common themes such as: COVID-19, abuse, racism, ecological crisis, financial stress, and many more.
We at Indra’s Net run solely on the generosity of our donors. We sincerely appreciate your support to bring support to those needing it most. Thank you.
We are a branch of the Ketamine Research Foundation which is a non-profit. All donations are tax-deductible.
“I feel very blessed to have been able to be a part of this group and have every intention of joining similar groups in future. Thank you!” – Michael
Meet the Program Leadership
Phil Wolfson – M.D.
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 – L.M.F.T.
Sunny Strasburg is a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice, licensed in Utah and Maryland. She is an EMDR Certified trauma specialist. She is a graduate of the Certification for Psychedelic Assisted Therapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies and Pacifica Graduate Institute. Sunny utilizes Gottman Couples Method, attachment theory, Jungian Depth psychology and Ego State work.
Mrs Strasburg offers Ketamine Assisted Therapy and is a trainer at the Ketamine Training Center. She has co-authored trauma protocols for Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy with Dr. Phil Wolfson. 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 Helios in Ketamine Assisted Therapy and the Ketamine Research Center. She was trained in MDMA Assisted Therapy by Michael and Annie Mithoefer through MAPS, and co-facilitates Holotropic Breathwork Workshops. Sunny lived near an ayahuasca retreat center in Latin America, and served to help participants to both prepare for and integrate their experiences. Mrs Strasburg is also a visual artist and her paintings were recently featured on the MAPS yearly bulletin for 2019.
Sunny loves to energize and inspire people. Her passion is to network and connect visionaries, to teach, facilitate, write, and most of all, to collaborate. She feels a calling to bring psychedelic medicine to people suffering from trauma, depression and anxiety.
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San Anselmo, CA