Ido Cohen, MA, Psy.D   Ido has a long passion and fascination with what helps individuals, couples and communities create sustainable, long lasting change. This passion led him to dedicate his doctoral dissertation to the psycho-spiritual integration process of Ayahuasca ceremony participants, looking at individuals who were able to create long lasting change and how this process correlates with Jungian psychology. His finding  draws from psychological and spiritual traditions when working with individuals who as a result of trauma or wounding  relational experiences have challenges in living more authentically. 

Ido Cohen, MA, Psy.D

Ido has a long passion and fascination with what helps individuals, couples and communities create sustainable, long lasting change. This passion led him to dedicate his doctoral dissertation to the psycho-spiritual integration process of Ayahuasca ceremony participants, looking at individuals who were able to create long lasting change and how this process correlates with Jungian psychology. His finding  draws from psychological and spiritual traditions when working with individuals who as a result of trauma or wounding  relational experiences have challenges in living more authentically. 

  Jordana Grader, MA   Jordana combines modern psychotherapy and traditional yogic and shamanic practices for more effective means of treating imbalance. She sees health as balance, integrity, and wholeness within the individual’s body-mind-spirit as well within community and relationship with the environment.  She currently studies Hakomi Method and holds a masters degree in East-West Psychology from California Institute of Integral where she focused her studies not the psychotherapeutic use of plant medicines for Westerners in the Peruvian Amazon.  In her free time she practices Shadow Yoga, gardens on her rooftop, runs in nature, and embraces the awesome simplicity and depth of Life.

Jordana Grader, MA

Jordana combines modern psychotherapy and traditional yogic and shamanic practices for more effective means of treating imbalance. She sees health as balance, integrity, and wholeness within the individual’s body-mind-spirit as well within community and relationship with the environment.  She currently studies Hakomi Method and holds a masters degree in East-West Psychology from California Institute of Integral where she focused her studies not the psychotherapeutic use of plant medicines for Westerners in the Peruvian Amazon.

In her free time she practices Shadow Yoga, gardens on her rooftop, runs in nature, and embraces the awesome simplicity and depth of Life.