Dr. Lorna Busch

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Welcome to a safe sanctuary for working through trauma, life challenges, and spiritual roadblocks.  Finding the right therapist is essential to your healing.  If you’re feeling called to evolve through your pain, I invite you to learn about my holistic approach that honors our innate healing capacity.  It is through my own emotional, spiritual, and physical healing that I am passionate about supporting others through their journey out of suffering.  I specialize in ketamine assisted psychotherapy, which aims to get to the root of distress.

Services

My practice is currently full.  Please reach out if you would like to be placed on the waitlist. I am prioritizing those seeking ketamine assisted psychotherapy (KAP), experiencing a spiritual awakening, seeking psychedelic integration, or facing the end-of-life transition.

 

You do not have to be a client to attend a Cancer Journey Healing Circle.   

 

Psychotherapy

Feeling overwhelmed with depression, anxiety, grief, or isolation?  You’re not alone.  I am a trusted confidant who helps people navigate life difficulties to open new possibilities.  Transformation often happens during our darkest times.

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Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

For those looking to expand self-awareness and explore transpersonal experiential healing, ketamine assisted psychotherapy has the potential to open new ways of understanding and relating to self, others, and the larger world.

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Psychedelic Integration

Expansive states of consciousness are often used for healing or growth.  Whether you’re contemplating this option, setting your intentions, or trying to make sense of an experience, I support individuals at many phases of the journey.

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Lifestyle Coaching

Lifestyle has an enormous impact on health and wellbeing.  Changing how we live, to include our daily habits, can be instrumental in managing chronic conditions or to increase vitality.  I educate and empower people in this process.

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“The most common form of despair is not being who you are.”
Søren Kierkegaard