Daniel Abzug, MSW, LCSW-C
Daniel Abzug, MSW, LCSW-C, has extensive experience facilitating individual, family, and group therapy with adolescents and adults. Daniel exhibits a unique ability to work with a wide-variety of populations and age-groups. His compassionate approach weaves a fabric of mind/body skills through the use of strategies stemming from traditional mindfulness-meditation, cognitive behavioral therapies, and transpersonal psychology. Prior to working in private practice, Daniel spent his time working as a primary therapist at two JCAHO accredited dual-diagnosis treatment centers located in the Baltimore region serving the needs of those with chronic substance misuse and mental health disorders. In recent years, Daniel has focused his efforts on utilizing a delicately-interwoven process of coaching, traditional process-oriented therapy, and intervention to aid families in resolving unhealthy habitual patterns within their home. In addition to his work with clients, he also provides supervision to recent MSW graduates. With his never-ending passion and curiosity he is currently turning his attention and energy toward becoming more involved with the burgeoning psychedelic-assisted therapy field as he believes in its promise. In his free time, Daniel enjoys going on residential meditation retreats, attending shows/concerts, and playing the drums.
Noel Bohl-Fabian, LCSW
Noel Bohl-Fabian, LCSW is a psychotherapist in private practice in New York City. She is a psychoanalytic candidate at the Contemporary Freudian Society where she specializes in working with issues related to trauma, sexuality, and gender. Noel has a certificate in psychedelic integration from Fluence, and is in training to become an assistant therapist for a clinical study of 5-MeO-DMT. She likes to spend her free time reading and communing with nature.
Paul Case, Psy. D
Paul Case, Psy.D. earned his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College in 2000. His professional experience extends across multiple environments including a college counseling center, a community mental health center, a psychiatric hospital, a therapeutic boarding school, and three of the premier therapeutic wilderness programs in the United States. He has published in peer-reviewed journals and is the author of a book, What Now? How Teen Therapeutic Programs Could Save Your Troubled Child (2007, Common Thread Media). He has spoken at national conferences and has led a large number of educational and therapeutic workshops with couples, families, and groups. Dr. Case is currently in private practice in Nashville, Tennessee. He is licensed in both Tennessee and Colorado.
Natalie Cohen, Psy.D
Natalie R. Cohen, Psy.D., (she/her) is a New York City based clinical and school certified psychologist with a subspecialty in human sexuality, sexual orientation and gender issues. She treats adults, adolescents and children in individual and couples therapy. Natalie continues to expand upon her areas of expertise and clinical knowledge through advanced studies in Relational Psychoanalysis, Psychedelic Integration Therapy, Ketamine Assisted Therapy and Human Sexuality and clinical issues specific to Sex Therapy. She has also completed MAPS, MDMA Therapy Training Program. She is committed to healing her body from historical, intergenerational and personal trauma and holding space for others in hopes of being a part of a culture of resilience. In her free time, Natalie is either swimming, dancing barefoot, holding yoga poses or boxing her way into a non-ordinary state of consciousness. She is an avid reader and indie movie consumer.
You can find more info at cohenpsyd.com
Anna Fekete, PhD
Dr. Anna Fekete is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in New York City with 25+ years of professional experience. Not only does she have extensive training and professional experience in clinical psychology, psychotherapy, clinical hypnotherapy, psychoanalysis, CBT, EMDR, systemic constellations, marriage/couples therapy, psychedelic-assisted psychotherapies, as well as life and business coaching, but also in music, dance, and the creative arts. She is also well-trained in various body-mind techniques (yoga, shiatsu, TCM, martial arts, meditation, mindfulness, holotropic breathwork, other trance techniques, etc.). In her therapeutic work, therefore, she uses a rich and varied repertoire of therapeutic modalities and coaching techniques.
Anna provides services in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP), Psychedelic Somatic Interactional Psychotherapy (PSIP), Psychedelic Integration Therapy as well as Psychedelic Harm Reduction. She has trained in MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy with MAPS and is looking forward to the soon-to-be-available possibilities of working with MDMA and psilocybin. Currently, she works with Ketamine and Medical Cannabis and uses a number of different techniques to deepen the experience of her clients (hypnotherapy, imagery, somatic processing, breathwork, music therapy, creative arts therapies, etc.).
Sabrina Owen, LMFT
Sabrina Owen is licensed in California as an LMFT and previously lived & worked in New Zealand as a counseling psychologist. Sabrina has over twenty years post license experience working with adolescents & adults with a variety of mental health issues including complex PTSD and substance use disorders. Her professional experience includes managing a community based mental health clinic in South Lake Tahoe for over seven years, teaching continuing education courses for mental health professional and law enforcement and working with diverse populations to reduce suffering and improve their quality of life. In addition to completing Fluence’s psychedelic integration certificate program, she has also completed MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies) five month rater adherence training program and Field Trip’s Ketamine Intensive thrree day workshop. Sabrina is currently living in Santa Barbara where she has a private practice and via telehealth is working with clients throughout California.
Sabrina Santa Clara, LPC
Sabrina Santa Clara is located in Boulder/Denver area of Colorado. While she is a licensed Counselor in both Colorado and Nevada, she works internationally as an educator, trauma-informed transpersonal coach and spiritual midwife. Sabrina has extensive experience working with the nonmedicinal Expanded States of Consciousness via embodied practices such as Authentic Movement, Japanese Butoh, breathwork, somatic meditation, Internal Family Systems, sound healing, chanting and other Expressive and Creative Arts Therapies. She has been helping clients integrate their Psychedelic experiences since 2018 and was certified in Psychedelic Integration Therapy through Fluence in 2021.
Sabrina earned her masters in Somatic Counseling Psychology and Dance/Movement therapy from the Buddhist influenced Naropa University. She is an Advanced Certified Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist and teaches this modality along with embodied meditation and Self Psychedelic Integration, an embodied, IFS-informed process for those seeking to integrate their psychedelic experiences. She is also the developer of Psychotherapeutic Touch and trains/certifies clinicians on the ethical use of touch in therapy. Sabrina is bicultural and bilingual (Spanish) and has an affinity for working with therapists, healers, coaches, and people who experience themselves as “outside the norm.”
You can find more information about Sabrina here.
Jeffrey Shralow, MSN, CRNP, PMHNP-BC, MA
Jeff is a licensed and certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner practicing in Philadelphia (Lenni Lenape territory), in both private practice and community mental health settings. Jeff is currently participating in Fluence’s KAP Certification Program, as well as being a graduate of Fluence’s Psychedelic Integration Therapy Certification Program. He has been studying and practicing healing and growth processes within the intersection of psychology, spirituality and religion for several decades. He is particularly excited at this time to be expanding into the field of psychedelic-assisted therapies.
Jeff’s clinical work is integrative and holistic, providing psychotherapy, coaching, and education within a wellness orientation. Therapeutic specialties include mood dysregulation, anxiety, trauma experiences, psychiatric symptom management, spiritual emergencies, global climate crisis-related dysregulation, as well as insight and growth aspirations and psychedelic integration.
A harm reduction ethical framework, trauma-informed care, and a person-centered, shared decision making orientation provides the foundation for Jeff’s practice. Integrative elements of psychodynamic/Jungian/Gestalt and transpersonal psychologies, eco-psychology, Buddhist psychology and the mindfulness sciences, as well as Eastern/Asian medicine theory and energy psychology are all included in Jeff’s clinical work.
Jeff is interested in providing training, education and coordination for the establishment and facilitation of harm reduction psychedelic care services for music festivals and other events. Jeff also loves music and being outdoors in nature.
Jenna Witkowski, LCSW
Jenna Witkowski is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in Buffalo, NY. She specializes in treating survivors of trauma, but also has a special interest in working with those who have experienced grief/loss/challenging life transitions. She has a growing interest in clinical applications of psychedelics as part of the therapeutic process. She is certified in Psychedelic Integration Therapy through Fluence and will be part of the fall 2021 cohort for the MAPS MDMA Therapy Training Program. She is a 2009 graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work and is a 2007 graduate of Canisius College where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She prides herself in keeping up-to-date with continuing education opportunities and strives to be trained in various treatment modalities to help best meet the needs of her clients. She is a member of the Western New York Regional EMDR Network. She provides clinical supervision to individuals seeking advanced licensure and is part of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work mentoring program and has served as a field educator. She is passionate about trauma-informed care and finds it a privilege to be part of her client’s journey in finding healing and growth following difficulties they have faced. Outside of social work, you’ll find her spending time with her two cats, traveling, enjoying restaurants, and doing CrossFit.
Sarah Zoghbi, LPC
Sarah Zoghbi is a Licensed Professional Counselor and internationally trained psychotherapist providing relational psychodynamic therapy in private practice at Spyre Center in New Orleans. She works with adult clients to cultivate a significant trusting relationship and safe space to welcome honesty with oneself, illuminate depths of consciousness, and explore new ways of being. Her practice utilizes various altered-state and/or holistic healing modalities including: ketamine assisted psychotherapy, psychedelic integration therapy, aromatherapy, shamanic journeys, autogenic hypnosis relaxation training, mindfulness, meditation, breathwork, naturopathic lifestyle psycho-education and/or expressive arts therapies.
Sarah’s clinical work and training ranges from assisting a physician in an inpatient naturopathic retreat clinic in Hawaii to training with shamanic practitioners native to Germany and South America. She is certified in psychedelic integration therapy by Fluence and certified in aromatherapy by the Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy. In 2020 Sarah was honored with New Orleans’ 40 Under 40 award and Loyola Universities’ Ignatian Award for her work in mind-body-spirit innovative care, including publishing research on community activity groups she directed as mental health care for creatives as well as co-founding and directing Loyola University New Orleans Center for Counseling & Education, where she continues to serve as chair of the advisory board. Sarah is currently a clinician on a research trial for psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy.