I offer non-judgmental and mindfulness-based counseling for cannabis and psychedelic users. I support clients in maintaining right relationship with the substances they choose to use, including cannabis.  I am not coming from a "just say no" perspective, but rather am holding a non-judgmental and harm reduction perspective on substance use, and in some cases will support cannabis use as it can help with certain challenges, such as PTSD.  When clients come to me curious as to whether cannabis may help with their symptoms, I work with them to develop a healthier and more intentional relationship with the medicine, as well as addressing other underlying issues.  This process often involves untangling from the cultural and familial shame which can come with medicine use, education about the social and cultural contexts related to drugs and sacred medicines, and a deep listening into one's intuition and calling. My training and clinical experience in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy with the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) very much informs this harm reduction approach.