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Realms of preparation and Integration a workshop with Dr Lani Roy & Melissa Warner

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Self Care, Preparation and Integration Program - integrating science and the sacred

Dr Alana Roy and Melissa Warner

When: April 1st 10am-5pm  @ Integrative Psychology

Where: This is a hybrid event. Available in person and online.

In person cost: $300

Online: $250

Concession $200 please email and submit concession card information. 

Journey with us through the realms of self care, preparation and integration as we explore cognitive, relational, embodied and visionary wisdom. Informed by multiplicity, attachment theories, science and the scared; this programs provides one with a road map to navigate psychedelic landscapes- shifting altered states, into altered traits and embodied wisdom. 

The course will cover the following topics:


  • Introduction to psychedelics perspectives 
  • Introduction to psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy
  • Psychedelic pharmacology
  • The science as we know it; statistics and data
  • Harm minimisation and risk mitigation
  • Psychological support - establishing a psychedelic safe ecosystem


  • Internal family systems/parts intentions setting meditation
  • Expectations vs intentions 
  • Multiplicity and attachment informed psychedelic reparenting 
  • Nature based therapies, alters and weaving IFS with the symbolic realm 


  • Exploring peak experience themes through integration
  • Realms of integration - creative arts and nature based therapies 
  • Integration strategies, tools and activities
  • Self-care practices 


Future self meditation and art therapy process. 

    More about the presenters:

    Dr. Alana Roy


    Dr Alana (Lani) Roy is the Founder of The Signs of Life Psychology. She is a psychologist, social worker, and therapist and has spent the last 15 years working in mental health, suicide prevention, trauma, sexual abuse, family violence, and the disability sector.

    Lani has worked with borderline personality and dissociative identity disorder in various roles in the community, such as rape crisis centres with victims of ritual abuse; childhood and adult sexual assault; supporting women in the sex industry; and survivors of human trafficking. She specialises in complex trauma, disabilities and dual diagnosis, and working with the Deaf community by providing therapy in Auslan sign language. Lani also specialises in preparation and integration in the field of psychedelic and sexual abuse survivors, particularly with Ayahuasca and the vegetelista dieta process.

    For more information about her personal journey towards healing and psychedelics please click here.

    Lani provides a range of educational and group-based psychedelic programs. She is a board-approved psychology supervisor and provides psychology, social work, and biomedical student placements and supervision across Deakin, Monash, Victoria University, Psychedelic Research in Science and Medicine (PRISM), Entheogenesis Australia (EGA) and the Mental Health Foundation. Lani coordinates the psychedelic and plant medicine Mental Health Professional Network (MHPN). Lani has taught as an Australian teacher on Psychedelics Today Navigating Psychedelics for Clinicians and other Australian Psychedelic programs.

    Lani is currently apprenticing under Saj Ravi from The Psychedelic Somatic Institute of Psychotherapy in America for cannabis and ketamine assisted psychotherapy.

    Lani has begun providing Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy (PAP) for clients accessing ketamine treatment in Australia with partnering clinical organisations. She is currently working on a range of research trials focusing on psilocybin and Ayahuasca.

    Melissa Warner
    B.Science (Neuroscience), Grad Dip (Psych)


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