Li Wojehowski (they/them/theirs) is a queer utopian dreamer, plant lover, and student of shamanic studies. They were born and raised in Arden, NY, on unceded Munsee Lenape territory. They are a political organizer at heart, with experience working in the student movement to protect public higher education, as well as the labor movement in NYC. Their shamanic training is in the Quechua tradition of the High Andes of Ecuador, and a vegetalismo Shipibo-Conibo/Quechua-Lamista tradition of Peru. They aspire to help reconnect people to their humanness, and are driven by the belief that “another world is possible”. Li is also a certified reiki practitioner, and a holistic landscaper by trade.
Integration and Community Support Director
Dee Dee Goldpaugh, LCSW (they/them/theirs) is a psychotherapist in private practice in New York City and Woodstock, NY. Their practice specializes in queer, sex and body-positive psychotherapy, and psychedelic integration, a form of therapy that assists clients in processing and applying the lessons from transpersonal and entheogenic experiences to their lives. Dee Dee has taught and written widely on the topic of psychedelics and sexuality. They are an advocate for therapist education, cognitive liberty, and the decriminalization of psychedelic medicines. Dee Dee is a leader in their field on the topic of psychedelic integration and healing sexual trauma.
Policy and Outreach Director
Aaron Genuth co-launched Decriminalize Nature New York City and State. He is the founder of Darkhei Rephua (Paths of Healing), a 501c3 religious nonprofit supporting naturally based community health and educational projects in the Catskills and Hudson Valley. As a journalist and editor he has covered cannabis and psychedelic policy, medicine, and culture for outlets including High Times and Lucid News.
Clinical Outreach Director
Doug Cullen, MHC has been keenly interested in the powers of psychedelic medicine for the past 15 years. Within the realm of entheogenic use, his focus mainly lies in the great potential that psilocybin has to act as a heart opening medicine and aid on the spiritual path. Having graduated from Marist College in 2018 with a masters in Mental Health Counseling, he is eager to begin working in the fields of psychedelic therapy and integration. He is currently offering psychotherapy sessions through The Therapy Collective
Events and Community Outreach Director
Stephanie Bifolco, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker providing an integrative approach to mental health that safely and effectively addresses the symptoms of the individual or family while taking into account personal preferences, cultural beliefs, and other constraints. Stephanie specializes in using both conventional and alternative methods to help with recovery from mental health challenges. She has dedicated over a decade to the practice of community mental health care. Stephanie has extensive training and certification in various evidenced based treatments, and has been a Hatha yoga teacher for 14 years. Her background in Vedic and Buddhist contemplative practices, as well as popular education pedagogy, both inform her approach to mental health treatment today. Her most recent focus involves the breakthrough use of psychedelic medicines for treating treatment resistant depression and other mental health challenges. Stephanie speaks both English and Spanish.