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Mon, May 06



The Art of Psychedelic Integration with Victoria Markham

A video & presentation on how to use unique somatic bodywork to assist with integration during medicine journeys.

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The Art of Psychedelic Integration with Victoria Markham
The Art of Psychedelic Integration with Victoria Markham

Time & Location

May 06, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT

Ashland, 1651 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, OR 97520, USA


About the event


Victoria Markham will deliver a presentation at Hidden Springs Wellness Center, featuring her 20-minute documentary, "Renaissance Man." The film showcases a transformative seven-month mentorship using psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and Markham's distinctive "ritual therapy." She will also provide insights on her unique somatic bodywork approach to support presence and integration during therapeutic journeys. The session will include a Q&A period.


Victoria Markham extends her warmest greetings and expresses gratitude for your interest in personal growth. She feels privileged to guide individuals through various challenges and life transitions, drawing from her extensive background in psychology and somatic practices. For over 20 years, Markham has operated a small healing center on 5 acres near Ashland, Oregon, specializing in assisting the bereaved and those undergoing significant life changes.

Currently pursuing a master’s degree in Trauma Psychology, with a focus on post-trauma growth, she is set to graduate in May 2024. She holds a bachelor's degree in Ecopsychology from Prescott College and has achieved a level three certification in Somatic Experiencing, along with a mediation license in Oregon.

Markham's current focus includes developing educational programs for licensed facilitators and participants in integration practices, emphasizing the application of insights and changes from therapeutic sessions into daily life. With over 20 years of experience in psychedelic medicine, she has obtained her Psilocybin Facilitator License through the State of Oregon's Changa Institute.

Her practice merges evidence-based psychology with energetic and intuitive somatic work, advocating for a holistic mind-body approach. Markham prioritizes addressing root causes and empowering individuals to leverage their innate abilities for active life navigation, offering support for a range of issues including depression, trauma, and anxiety.

Committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment, Markham emphasizes the value of psychedelics in enhancing life quality. She is an empathetic and compassionate practitioner who supports accessibility for all, including BIPOC and LGBTQ communities, and encourages potential clients to engage in a preliminary conversation to determine compatibility and address any questions.

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