Series Instructors

The Entheogen Assisted Psychotherapy and Integration Training Series focuses on understanding and working with entheogens in psychotherapy with an ecological perspective.


Claudia Cuentas MA, SEP, MFTI i
s a Peruvian pre-licensed marriage and family therapist, a researcher and an educator, specializing in the treatment of healing trauma, trauma recovery, cultural identity and decolonization of healing. She is trained in Drama Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Somatic Experiencing and Trauma Inform Care. She also has extensive studies in Indigenous ways of healing, from her native Aymara and Quechua lineages of South America. Claudia received her MA in counseling psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, with a focus on serving immigrant communities, families and children. She has worked with undocumented communities, refugees, homeless population and women survivors of violence, specially dealing with PTSD. Claudia has completed parts A and B of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) MDMA Therapy Training Program, and continues to participate in ongoing training and education on the intersectionality of generational trauma, plant medicine science, ecoinformed therapy, nervous system healing, and indigenous knowledge. Claudia currently has a private practice in Portland, Oregon, and is in collaboration with health and medical professionals committed to provide ethical educational and integrated support for indigenous, black, brown and immigrant communities recovering from trauma.


Pilar Hernández-Wolfe
teaches and conducts research in the Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy program at Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling. She is a licensed family therapist and a licensed clinical professional counselor, a clinical member and approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, an approved clinical supervisor in the state of Oregon, and a consultant and trainer. In addition, she served as board member of the American Family Therapy Academy and is a member of the American Psychological Association. Pilar has over twenty years of experience working with individuals, couples and families in outpatient clinics and in private practice. She has also worked with refugees and survivors of torture in San Diego and displaced populations in Colombia, her native country. As a consultant, trainer and presenter, she has collaborated with organizations in the U.S., Colombia (Pontificial Universidad Javeriana, Cali) and México in the areas of clinical supervision, traumatic stress, resilience, equity and contextually responsive family therapy, the animal human bond and ecoinformed family therapy. She is fully bilingual (English/Spanish - written and oral).


Elizabeth Hoke LMFT
is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California and Oregon. She is the Clinical Director of Liberation Institute in Portland, a community mental health clinic that provides therapy on a sliding scale. Elizabeth also works at Rainfall Medicine, sitting with patients as they explore their unconscious with a medicine called ketamine. She uses a mix of theoretical tools rooted in somatic psychology and eastern philosophies to empower her clients to believe in themselves and realize their potential to positively impact others.


Steve Rosonke MD
is an ER physician, critical care physician and an addiction medicine specialist. He is also the founder of Rainfall Medicine in Portland, Oregon, a ketamine center that focuses on mood disorders, trauma recovery, addiction, end-of-life care and chronic pain . Additionally, he trains other practitioners in ketamine therapy. He believes in the power of consciousness expanding medicines to access the subconscious mind, increase neuroplasticity, repair trauma and accelerate psycho-spiritual development.