Integration Circle

The Brighton Psychedelic Integration Circle is a safe, non-judgemental and confidential space for those who have used psychedelics or are considering using them. If you have had a challenging psychedelic experience and want to make sense of it, if you wish to share a meaningful experience, or if you are Psychedelically curious, then this is a space for you.

The circle is facilitated by a small team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and Psychotherapeutic Counsellors with experience in the field of psychedelic support and contemporary psychedelic therapy research. The aim of the circle is to promote integration of psychedelic experiences into everyday life in a way that is helpful and meaningful to the individual.

Please be aware that the circle does not permit use of psychedelics or other psychoactive drugs during group meetings. Integration works best with a clear mind. In accordance with the law, we neither encourage substance use, provide illicit substances, nor referrals to illegal psychedelic services.

Our In-Person Integration Circle –

We run an in-person circle on a 6-weekly basis from a location in central Brighton. The cost for this is £18 for each session.  A limited number of concessionary tickets will be available the rate of £12. If you feel that you would be entitled to a concession place, please email us at

Tickets for these events can be found here:

We ask attendees to arrive 10 minutes before the advertised start time so we can check-in and start on time.  Late arrival may result in you not being able to participate in the session.

We encourage you to bring an object along that has personal meaning for you. It could represent your hopes/fears about the group or relate to your psychedelic experience. We place the objects in the middle of the circle when checking in.


Our Online Integration Circle –

We run an online circle on a monthly basis via Zoom. This is usually on the first Monday of each month. The cost for this is £12 for each session. A limited number of concessionary tickets will be available the rate of £8. If you feel that you would be entitled to a concession place, please email us at

Tickets for these events can be found here:

We ask attendees to arrive 5 minutes before the advertised start time so that we can welcome everyone in from the waiting room to check-in and start on time (late arrival may result in not being able to participate). 


Meet our team of facilitators:

Dr Graham Campbell – Director of Clinical Psychiatry with Small Pharma Ltd and was fully seconded to Hammersmith Medicines Research (HMR) as the Study Psychiatrist for a trial investigating dimethyltryptamine (DMT) as a treatment for depression. Psychedelic Guide with the Psilocybin for depression study at Imperial College, MSc Neuroscience graduate from Kings College London and Consultant Psychiatrist.



Dylan Burns – Counsellor and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner; Director of The Psychedelic Society of Brighton




Jocelyn Rose –  Psychedelic Guide on the DMT for depression clinical research trial (London).  Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counsellor; EMDR therapist; teacher; mother; bee-keeper.  Jocelyn has a keen interest in the healing properties of the natural world.



Martin Lunn – Clinical Psychologist.  Trained in Psychedelic Assisted Therapy and Research at The California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco




Rebeca Bandeira  – Transpersonal Psychotherapist (modality Psychosynthesis). For the last 13 years has been involved with a Psychedelic Emergency Service (Kosmicare – Boom Festival) working as a sitter and Team Leader.  Listed in MAPS as a Psychedelic Integration therapist works  individually and in group format.




Tom Shutte – Integrative psychotherapist and group facilitator. Tom started working as a psychedelic integration practitioner in 2012 and is a contributing author to the Manual of Psychedelic Support ( Tom recently completed MA research thesis exploring the integration of ayahuasca experiences through the lens of psychosynthesis psychotherapy.