As a psychedelic integration coach, Daniel serves people with emerging spiritual visions as they find ways to weave their new-found truths into their lives in a way that is sustainable, harmonious, compassionate and wise. He has worked people from all walks of life and is grateful to have been able to work with a diverse clientele. His methods are fiercely practical while maintaining space for mystery and magic to emerge. He offers time tested and scientifically backed tools so clients can create a life for themselves that is aligned with their deeper values and manifests measurable results that matter.
As the founder and director of Tam Integration, he’s committed to offering radically accessible and inclusive support and education for people who are wanting to transform, heal, and grow. Tam’s integration circles and online conferences enjoy a world wide audience and much critical acclaim.
He and his wife live in a tiny town in New England where they forage for mushrooms and throw rocks into creeks with their toddler.
Throughout her life, Robin has turned to psychedelics as allies in her growth. Nearly 40 years ago she experienced her first LSD trip and from the beginning she connected deeply with mother earth and the sacredness of life. Since then she has developed an intimate relationship with sacred medicines.
While addressing her alcoholism and starting a focused journey of self-awareness in her late 20’s, she was introduced to women’s new moon ceremonies, Paganism, and Native American rituals. These practices – women’s circles, meditation, Reiki, rigorous ayahuasca and mushroom journeying, dancing, yoga – are the foundation for her current way of being in the world. Robin is an artist, life coach, and micro-dosing protocol counselor.
Dr. Sa'ed Al-Olimat
Beginner’s Circle Co-Lead
Sa’ed is a pharmacy manager and mental health advocate. His passion in advancing mental health outcomes led him to investigating psilocybin and other classical psychedelic compounds as tools for mental, spiritual, and emotional support.
Now he serves as the Vice President of the Psychedelic Club of Pittsburgh, Co-Founder of the Psychedelic Pharmacists Association, and Founder of PsiloHealth. He believes in ending the war on drugs and establishing equitable entheogen regulatory frameworks to promote safety, accessibility, and inclusivity.
In his free time, he enjoys socializing with friends, practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and spending time with his partner Marielle.
Huggie Bear (aka Jessica L. Armstrong, Ph.D.)
Women’s Circle Co-Lead
Huggie Bear (aka Jessica L. Armstrong, Ph.D.), is a licensed clinical psychologist and psychedelic guide practicing in the San Francisco Bay area. She uses evidenced-based treatments and collaborative approaches with care providers of other disciplines to support healing and improve quality of life for her patients. She recently began her own practice, The Head and The Heart Psychotherapy Center, where she primarily sees adults for individual therapy and offers preparation and integration support for the journey. In her role at the San Francisco Preventive Medical Group, she collaborates with Mischa Grieder, ND, using an integrative, comprehensive, and holistic team approach to treat chronic and complex medical and mental health conditions using IV ketamine.
Throughout the years, her work with a diverse array of individuals and settings has allowed insight into pain, suffering, health, and recovery from multiple angles. Her specialty is working with people who have experienced trauma, substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, and other chronic conditions that can contribute to suffering. She also helps people with grief and loss by offering support in processing and integrating these experiences. Through her work as psychologist and guide, she aims to help people connect with their own inner healer so that they can feel empowered to follow their valued paths with greater commitment and ease.
BIPOC Circle Lead
Buki Fadipe, a Nigerian/British, writer, content creator, educator and healing catalyst. She founded Adventures in OM (@adventures.in.om) as an educational resource for those seeking expansion, healing and growth with sacred earth medicine. Her work is rooted in spirituality and reclaiming ancient earth/indigenous wisdom to act as a basis for earth based holistic healing.
Buki is completing a Psychedelic Practitioner certification with Synthesis Institute, and is a certified Hatha Yoga instructor. She runs educational workshops, courses, and one-on-one sessions on preparation, navigation, harm reduction and integration for those seeking holistic alternatives to conventional Western medicine. Buki writes about the intersections of psychedelic healing and spirituality. She is focused on investigating how psychedelics can be used as a catalyst for decolonization, healing systemic & ancestral trauma, ecological injustice to ultimately assist in individual, ecological and collective liberation.
Jean has been a student of personal growth, self-healing and transformation for over 20 years, and is a registered yoga instructor with 1200+ hours of formal training and over a dozen years of teaching experience. She began in earnest to address a lifetime of depression, anxiety and addictions in the summer of 2019 through the skillful use of psychedelic assisted psychotherapy. She is extraordinarily grateful to
share that she is now free of anti-depressants and addictive substances for the first time in her adult life. Life is not perfect, but the ongoing use of these medicines is helping her to continue to heal. She is now committed to giving back in this sacred medicine space.
Dr. Eric Sienknecht
Ketamine Assisted Therapy
Eric Sienknecht, Psy.D., is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Co-founder of Polaris Insight Center, a ketamine-assisted psychotherapy clinic in San Francisco. He received his B.A. in Philosophy and World Religions from Georgetown University in 2000 and his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies in 2011. He has undergone training in psychedelic psychotherapy with the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) and serves as Sub-investigator and Study Therapist on the Phase 3 MDMA-assisted psychotherapy clinical trials for treatment of PTSD. His areas of expertise include treatment of depression, chronic pain, trauma, and integration of psychedelic experiences. His professional interests include psychoanalysis, consciousness research, mystical and peak experiences, mindfulness, and studying the synergistic effects of yoga, music, and psychedelics. He writes articles for Chacruna.net and Psychedelic Support Network and presents regularly at psychedelic conferences on topics such as Set and Setting in Psychedelic Therapy and Ethics of Psychedelic Therapy and Research.