Guardian Psychedelics


Guardian Psychedelics values ensuring all its efforts are of the highest quality, evidence-based, and informed by experts and elders in the field. We are pleased to have a highly-respected Board of Advisors to provide their wisdom, inside and expertise to all aspects of Guardian Psychedelics.
Andrew Feldmar
Andrew Feldmár

Andrew Feldmár is a Hungarian born psychotherapist living in Canada. He is most known as the Hungarian follower of R.D. Lang, the Scottish psychiatrist who was one of the leading figures of the counterculture of the 1960s. Laing, who later became his friend, was his teacher and therapist first. Following his mentor, Feldmár practices and popularizes a form of radical psychotherapy, where the main goal of the therapist is to engage in a real, spontaneous and honest relationship with the patient. This approach is based on the findings of research on interpersonal phenomenology, spiritual emergency, the anthropology of healing, existential psychotherapy and community therapy. Feldmár rejects the labelling of human suffering, and therefore distances himself from the mainstream forms of psychiatry and psychotherapy which are based on the concept of mental illness. He has published many books in Hungarian, he lectures, teaches, provides supervision and therapy internationally, he has worked as a psychotherapist with over 52 years of experience, having spent more than 100,000 hours in psychotherapy with clients. He has been noticeably successful treating psychotic patients. He is a well-known expert in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.

Dr. Jenna Creaser is a Holistically-minded Family Physician, Yoga Teacher and the founder of Rising Rose Wellness based on Vancouver Island, BC. She is a passionate advocate for promoting the health of ourselves and the planet…for honouring the medicine we all carry.

Having trained in Ayurveda, Somatics, Acupuncture, Mindfulness, Hypnotherapy, Psychedelic-assisted therapy, Compassionate Inquiry, Medication, Plant Medicine and Intuitive Coaching, Dr. Jenna believes deeply in the combined wisdom of both “modern” and ancient practices for greater health. Her sessions and retreats draw on knowledge from a broad range of modalities, to provide a more holistic approach to wellness. Using science as a foundation, Dr. Jenna loves to weave in teachings and lessons from spirituality and the natural world around us, balanced with evidence and intuition, to provide healing for the mind, body and soul.

Dr. Jenna Creaser
Dr. Jenna Creaser
Keren Mitchell

Keren Mitchell is a Family Nurse Practitioner in Vancouver with 18 years of experience in mental health, substance use, and harm reduction. She has worked with youth and adults with a focus on addiction, trauma, ADHD, psychosis, and concurrent disorders, primarily via inner city outreach and in community settings. She is trained in MDMA and Psilocybin Assisted Psychotherapy, Somatic Psychotherapy, and Motivational Interviewing, and she is a Certified Addiction Registered Nurse with Advanced Practice. She is committed to improving the mental health system for Canadians, including safe and equitable access to psychedelic medicines. She is also a researcher and educator, having co-authored three academic articles related to harm reduction and opioid use disorder, and she has presented at numerous local and international conferences. She is an Adjunct Professor at the UBC School of Nursing and at Brandon University Faculty of Health Studies where she develops mental health nursing curriculum and teaches at the graduate level. 

Keren’s practice is characterized by innovation and life-long learning. She approaches every patient with an attitude of curiosity and compassion, viewing each as a unique individual with the capacity to heal. She uses a Biopsychosocial-Spiritual and Humanistic approach to help clients access their inner strengths and wisdom, and to support their resilience as they. work towards their definition of recovery.

Alanaise Ferguson is a registered psychologist and associate professor (SFU & UBC-O) with a private practice serving Indigenous communities in BC. 

She has 13 years of experience as a counsellor educator and clinical supervisor specializing in Indigenous psychology. 

Alanaise is a citizen of the Sandra Bay Ojibway First Nation and resides on Tzeachten First Nation with her children.

Alanaise Ferguson, Ph.D., R.Psych.
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