Becca Williams, emotions therapist and clinical nutritionist, comes on the Psychedologist to talk about Emotional Liberation. We hear about Becca’s personal work with shame, and how she learned to heal herself by working through difficult emotions. She gives us a peek into what Emotional Liberation is – a structured container and sacred space that embraces eastern wisdom and western medicine to learn the language of emotions through direct experience. Becca discusses how understanding emotions provides a bridge to intuition, and that integration is the process of taking what we learned intuitively and internally from an experience and applying it to our outer world.
The conversation shifts to boundaries, and what Becca calls the “doormat mentality.” She describes how microdosing cannabis or psilocybin can bring things up and move them through faster, and how psilocybin microdosing can be an antidote to shame. The episode wraps up with topics like surrendering to healing, and finding flow.
Bio: Becca Williams is an emotions therapist and educator who specializes in cannabis and psilocybin microdosing-assisted emotional & trauma recovery. Her practice integrates ancient healing modalities that utilize expressive movement and breathwork techniques with the judicious use of cannabis. Becca is a registered dietitian/nutritionist, a certified Emotional Liberation® facilitator and a long-time cannabis advocate and activist. She holds certificates from healer.com in Cannabis Core Curriculum, Dosage Protocols & Methodologies, CBD Essentials and Clinical Application. Becca has worked as a group facilitator, speaker, and mentor for personal and collective transformation for more than two decades. She was the founder of MJ Straight Talk, which aired on the Free Speech Network.
Becca is on the board of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine and a member of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians.