The Rise of Plant Medicine in Modern Times is here… From academia to Wall Street, Burning Man to suburban soccer fields, the healing power of nature is spreading across the country. Not everyone can take off for an Ayahuasca journey in the jungle, but everyone can experience sacred medicine through the practice of micro-dosing. The beautiful practice of micro-dosing is the daily practice of taking small, sub-perceptual doses of psychedelic medicines to promote healing, growth and transformation.
Kayse Gehret, our guest today has over two decades in the healing arts – is the founder of Micro-dosing for Healing. Her program is a nationwide virtual platform combining micro-dosing education and supportive community. The interactive group programs offer a unique, intimate community of individuals drawn to practice with diverse intentions… including physical healing, mental wellness, emotional balance and spiritual connection. Unlike pharmaceutical medications, natural plant medicines help us heal at the root cause and show tremendous potential for the healing of PTSD, trauma, adverse childhood experiences, depression and anxiety. The intention of the program is to introduce individuals to the transformative practice of micro-dosing earth medicines, inspire a lifelong connection to nature, instill a reverence & respect for the medicines and create the conditions for healing inside a welcoming, supportive container.
Greg Zlevor is the President and Founder of Westwood International. He has over 25 years of experience in executive leadership development and education and has served as a coach, consultant, and facilitator for companies across Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia. Under Greg’s leadership, Westwood International has made it its mission to give back, supporting not-for-profit organizations that help homeless children and at-risk youth across the United States, Mexico, Thailand, India, and South America. I had the pleasure and privilege to meet Greg and attend a weekend session with other amazing folks from around the country, all on a mission to support growth and healing in our individual and collective work.
His mission is “Reimagining What It Means to Lead Wisely
In a Global Age”.
After 20 years in the tech industry, Bob founded Adolescent Wellness, Inc. (AWI), a 501c3 non-profit that promotes practical resources to prevent mood disorders and prompt earlier treatment for adolescents. He is a contributing author to the book titled, “Patient-Centered Digital Healthcare Technology” on the gamification of mental health prevention and promotion.
Innovations Bob has facilitated:
– Boston Children’s Hospital’s Break Free From Depression curriculum for schools and Building Bridges to Understanding, the continuing medical education for pediatricians; both are delivered on-demand through OpenPediatrics
– Mclean Hospital’s School Nurse Liaison Project
– William James College’s Wellness Center games and the social emotional competency training pilot for school leaders
He has an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. I have known Bob for over 10 years and was one of the adult mentors and trainers for AWI in Wellesley. I’m thrilled to have Bob join us today.