Charlotte Jackson, MA, is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor based in Vancouver, Canada. She is the former supervisor of four outpatient Mental Health and Substance Use clinics, and is a Multi-Disciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) therapist and supervisor in the Phase III clinical trials researching MDMA assisted therapy for individuals with severe PTSD. Alongside her engagement with MAPS, Charlotte works with Cascadia, a Canadian organization advocating for compassionate access to psilocybin assisted therapy. As a substance use subject matter expert, she is currently a lead therapist supporting their expansion into bringing access to decriminalized psilocybin assisted therapy to individuals with substance use disorders. In her therapy practice, Charlotte is interested in the intersection of psychedelic psycho-phenomenology and mysticism, and seeks to integrate a transpersonal understanding of consciousness into her clinical work. Charlotte works from a harm reduction, trauma-informed ethic, as well as from an intersectional, anti-oppression framework. Charlotte believes in each individual’s innate capacity to move towards wholeness and healing, and that a safe environment and ethical care are essential components in realizing this potential.