Collaborators and Friends
Bird's Eye Wellness works closely with members of our community to curate diverse offerings and meet the unique needs of our clients. If you are interested in collaboration...
Carli Genet, LCSW
Carli comes to Bird’s Eye Wellness with a License in Clinical Social Work and specialized training in EMDR, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Internal Family Systems and somatic psychotherapy. At her practice in Newington, NH she offers intensive EMDR, trauma-focused support, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy and psychedelic integration. Through supporting clients with processing trauma, she has witnessed the true human potential of healing when the body, mind and soul are given the space and resources they need. It was through this work that Carli became interested in Psychedelic-assisted therapy and the possibilities of further expansion. She feels that one of her most significant tools is her own therapeutic and consciousness-expanding work, because they have allowed her to understand both the profound growth and vulnerability that healing requires. This special combination of brain and heart-based knowledge allows her to provide a safe space for her clients to move through their wounds with both intuition and insight. Carli holds a clinical license in the States of NH and ME and is a graduate of the UNH Masters in Social Work program. She chose to pursue a degree in social work because, in addition to wanting to help people on individual levels, she has always been motivated to understand and effect change within larger powers at play. In fact, she often considers therapy to be a form of emotional activism. Carli is currently enrolled in the Integrative Psychiatric Institute’s Psychedelic Assisted Therapy training with specialized focus on providing Ketamine and Psilocybin Assisted Psychotherapies and MAPS MDMA Assisted Psychotherapy model. She has a special interest in exploring the intersection of trauma processing and Psychedelic Assisted Therapy.
Annick McIntosh (she/her) is an ordained interfaith chaplain through the Chaplaincy Institute of Maine. She considers herself Spiritual But Not Religious (SBNR) but grew up attending Quaker meetings and still finds resonance with the values and traditions of Quakerism. Annick came into relationship with psychedelics over a decade ago, but only since 2018 has she cultivated a more intentional relationship that led her down the lifelong path of her own inner work and psychedelic activism. In 2020, she began an interfaith chaplaincy program at the Chaplaincy Institute of Maine, and she focused on providing psychedelic chaplaincy support to Mainers. Additionally, she has worked as a Psychedelic Peer Support Volunteer at Fireside Project, a psychedelic call line, since 2021. Her mission as a chaplain is to provide Mainers with equitable access to psychedelic information, sourcing, and care. Psychedelics have been used as a sacrament and technology in indigenous communities for millennia. The current Western psychedelic movement is a direct result of what we’ve learned, co-opted, and adapted from indigenous cultures. Through her own work with psychedelics, Annick has become acutely aware of how important it is to balance the inner work of psychedelics with outward activism. As a chaplain for Bird’s Eye Wellness, Annick offers support over zoom for those who wish to explore the intersection of their ketamine experiences and spirituality and/or religion. First sessions with Annick are free of cost. Subsequent sessions are $20/hour and half of the session fee will be donated to the Indigenous Reciprocity Initiative through Chacruna (https://chacruna-iri.org/donate/).
A local visual artist who creates a representation of your psychedlic healing journey by transmuting the elements of your experience(s) into a piece that reminds you of what you have learned, grown through, and what supports you in continued integration.