See links below for resources related to psychotherapy, integrative medicine, wellness, living fully, and more. Please be sure to consult your primary healthcare provider before incorporating any new health regimens into your routine.

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Psychotherapy and Mental Health

Bay Area Open Minds (BAOM): I’m a member of this organization of “San Francisco Bay Area psychotherapists and psychotherapy students who affirm that sexual and gender diversity are natural expressions of the human experience.”

CAMFT: I’m a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT).

Centre of Applied Jungian Studies (CAJS): Currently, I’m in a 16-month online training program with this South Africa-based organization that strives to make Jungian psychology accessible to all. According to their site, they “focus on teaching Jungian psychology as a practical, accessible, and real tool for personal transformation.”

HealthyPsych: A progressive psychology website that I write for with information on psychotherapy, mental health, wellness, and more.

SFCAMFT: I’m a member of the San Francisco chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.

Integrative Medicine

Aviva Romm, MD: Integrative medicine physician, herbalist, and midwife specializing in women’s health and a multipronged approach to addressing depression, fatigue, and burnout.

Tieraona Low Dog, MD: Integrative medicine physician and herbalist.

Holistic Practitioners and Spaces

Bud, Blossom & Hip: Riyana Rose Sang, Herbalist, doula, teacher, and workshop leader.

Heavenly Stems Acupuncture: Melissa Margolis, L.Ac. MSTCM.

Rachel Farinelli Vita: Herbalist, apothecary manager at Scarlet Sage, and my New Moon Women’s Circle cohost.

23 Nutrition Therapy: Gayatri Saldivar, MS, RDN.

Scarlet Sage School of Traditional Healing Arts

Sherene Schostak: Astrologer, workshop leader, writer, and Jungian analyst.


Every Day Morning Rituals: A comprehensive (and fun!) program to create a nourishing daily morning practice for mind, body, and spirit by Riyana Rose Sang.