My name is Bryan Ebert. I am currently a student pursuing a Master’s degree at Adler Graduate School in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. My path into therapy was initiated by seeking help for my experience with chronic Lyme disease and other challenging experiences in my life. I look forward to working with people from various backgrounds, but I am especially drawn to those dealing with depression, anxiety, chronic illness, trauma, lack of meaning, and spiritual experiences. My approach to therapy is collaborative and non-hierarchical. I believe that every person has an inner healing intelligence, and my primary goal in therapy is to co-create an environment where you can express and support that inner intelligence. The primary modalities that I draw from are: psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, transpersonal psychology, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and person-centered therapy. I am deeply influenced by Stanislav Grof and his approach of utilizing holotropic states in order to facilitate healing, personal growth, and spiritual development. I believe that therapy is useful not only for those who are struggling, but also for those who want to enrich their lives by understanding more about themselves and their place in the world.