2022 Psychedelic Healing Summit
Program & Replays
Using Psychedelic Somatic Therapy to Connect With the Wisdom of the Body
When it comes to trauma, we know that the body keeps the score — and leading psychedelic somatic therapists Annie King, LMT, and Saj Razvi, LPC, show how psychedelic medicines can invite healing to settle that score.
Annie King LMT, CST, PSI
Annie King, brings 35 years of experience as a therapist to her work. She practices multiple integrated therapies to treat chronic and acute pain, head injuries, and structural misalignment issues, as well as relational and single-event traumas. Annie is in private practice working with combat veterans, individuals journeying through the grief process, and those seeking to expand their consciousness.
She studied dance kinesiology at the University of Texas and the University of Utah and she holds a BA in psychology from the Union Institute. She has done advanced training in craniosacral therapy, neuromuscular therapy, and lymphatic drainage therapy with the Upledger Institute and she is a certified therapeutic yoga instructor with the Yoga Alliance. She has trained with and facilitated trainings for the Psychedelic Somatic Institute, where her bodywork background brings a unique skill set and perspective to this research and work.
Saj Razvi, LPC
Saj Razvi is the Director of Education at PSI. He is a psychotherapist and former clinical researcher in the MAPS Phase 2 trial of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. He is faculty at Mind Medicine Australia and taught PTSD studies at the University of Denver. He is one of the primary developers of the Psychedelic Somatic Interactional Psychotherapy (PSIP) modality which is a next generation, primary consciousness oriented psychotherapy. The focus of PSIP is to maximize the relational and autonomic healing capacity of psychedelic medicine to treat complex, childhood developmental trauma.