Julia Reyder, MA, BCBA
Julia Reyder has worked within the mental health space for over a decade. She is a trained psychedelic-assisted psychotherapist through the Integrative Psychiatry Institute (IPI) including MDMA-assisted psychotherapy through the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), a certified holistic nutritionist (CHN) through the New Eden School of Natural Health, and a board-certified behavior analyst holding a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Behavior Psychology from Cal. State Northridge.
Julia’s practice centers on facilitated healing by focusing on reparenting + inner child work, interpersonal awareness and growth, shadow integration work, ego identification + reframing, and communication & relationship healing + dynamics. In sessions, there is an emphasis on Self-Identity work and open communication to facilitate your own healing community and safe environment to grow. A holistic and intuitive physical healing practice (supplementation and diet support) is often used for further support. Often a part of working with Julia will include “homework” where readings or journal prompts and notes will be provided following integration therapy sessions to aid you in the work. She focuses on providing mind-body-soul healing to guide those suffering with generalized and specific trauma and anxiety, childhood wounding, relationship healing, generational trauma, as well as integrative work with alternative medicines to their healing potential.
Julia and her family fled to the United States as refugees in the 90s from Belarus and settled in Los Angeles, CA. She believes that everyone has the power and ability to heal themselves. Being a facilitator to that healing (mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically) is her greatest honor.
At this time, to keep the energetic container in alignment, Julia is working with women exclusively.