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our approach

Widening Circles Integrative Mental Health and Psychedelic Medicine, PC is a private, integrative mental health and substance use disorder practice focused on providing individualized, intensive treatment in an outpatient setting. Utilizing an innovative, multidisciplinary team approach, we offer comprehensive assessment and intensive treatment tailored to the needs of each patient.

 

At initial assessment, Widening Circles clinical staff creates a one-of-a-kind, individualized treatment plan based on patient preferences, strengths, and needs. We work with each patient closely to determine what approaches, skill sets, and services will be most beneficial.Our multidisciplinary treatment team meets face-to-face on a weekly basis and communicates regularly to ensure coordinated, integrated care.

Our program primarily serves motivated patients seeking a higher level of care than traditional outpatient treatment can provide; those seeking a supportive aftercare option following inpatient or residential care; and patients who may receive benefit from working one-on-one with members of a coordinated treatment team. Many of our providers are dually licensed to treat mental health and substance use disorder conditions and have years of experience working with the interplay of complex trauma, addiction and mental health concerns.

Philosophically, we are rooted in a trauma-informed, humanistic perspective and our providers are trained in a variety of evidence-based modalities and practices and are leaders in the field of psychedelic medicine. We are LGBTQ+ friendly and competent and continually seek out training to foster greater multicultural competence and humility. We are comfortable working within a harm reduction framework and understand that treatment is not one-size-fits-all. We firmly believe there are many roads to recovery and are honored to work with our patients seeking hope and healing. While evidence-based practices guide our treatment, research has shown time and again that modalities are much less important than the therapeutic connection between patient and provider.

 

​We donate a portion of program fees to local nonprofit organizations reflecting these values in our community.

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Kim, Caroline, Aimee, and Teva 

widening circles
guiding values

Heart-centered, relationship-based care 

 

Connection and attunement 

 

Integrative + collaborative approaches 

 

Compassion + authenticity 

Creativity + curiosity 

 

Diversity, inclusion + humility

Harm reduction

Innovation + growth 

Responsibility + flexibility 

 

Feminist leadership

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