Washington, DC Workshop

November 9 | 5 – 9 PM
One Washington Circle Hotel

Topics include: physical, mental, and emotional effects of psychedelics; factors that contribute to a difficult experience; Zendo’s four principles of psychedelic support; tools, techniques, and protocols; sitter self-care; assisting the integration of a psychedelic journey; ethical guidelines for psychedelic peer counseling.

One Washington Circle Hotel

Meridian Room
1 Washington Circle NW
Washington, DC 20037

This training is designed for those who are interested in learning how to assist in difficult psychedelic experiences.

Developed for peer counselors, educators, mental health clinicians, event producers, and individuals who are interested in volunteering for harm reduction organizations like the Zendo Project.

Demonstrating that safe, productive psychedelic experiences are possible without the need for law enforcement-based prohibitionist policies.

Workshop Presenter and Biography

Ryan Beauregard

Zendo Manager

Ryan received his B.A. in Psychology from Claremont McKenna College, and spent 10 years mentoring at-risk teens and families through wilderness survival skills and nature connection. His passion for community connection, the environment, and intrapersonal healing continued with his involvement in permaculture, natural building, and ancestral grief rituals. As a volunteer with the Zendo Project since 2013, Ryan has had the opportunity to connect and expand the scope of psychedelic harm reduction in communities and festivals all over the globe. As the Zendo Project Manager, he integrates his skills in psychology, design and and community engagement. When he isn’t on the road with the Zendo Project, Ryan can be found at his home in Boulder, CO enjoying the great outdoors, experimenting with sustainable technology, and designing websites, logos and sacred geometry art.