In this episode of the podcast, Kyle Buller interviews author, educator, podcaster, and somatic psychotherapist: Laura Mae Northrup, LMFT. Northrup is the author of the just-released Radical Healership: How to Build a Values-Driven Healing Practice in a Profit-Driven World, which was written for people entering the field as psychedelic practitioners (she calls it “a self-help book for healers”). She discusses what “doing your own work” really means; what people struggle with when entering the field; the ways gained power, unconscious motivations, or issues you haven’t worked on can influence the ways you work with others; why preparation is maybe more important than integration; capitalism and why practitioners shouldn’t feel bad about charging money for their services; the importance of trauma training; and why, while society usually feels differently, you don’t actually have to be perfect to become a healing practitioner.

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