Innate Path Staff


Jen Fiser LPC

Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Instructor

Jen acted as the clinical director at Innate Path for three years and was instrumental in developing the model of psychedelic psychotherapy used at the clinic. Recently the clinic has changed its focus to become a resource for professionals in the psychedelic therapy field.  In support of that change, Jen now instructs experiential groups for professionals and students who are working, or are interested in, the field of psychedelic therapy. She also offers supervision to psychedelic therapists. Her educational background includes Buddhist psychology, somatic psychotherapy and group process, with work experience as a teacher, supervisor, group process leader, meditation instructor and therapist in private practice. Additionally she plans to support Innate Path in the creation of a client advocacy group aimed at bringing the essential voice of clients into the field of psychedelics and expand the Innate Path blog to offer insights gained as a practitioner, client and student of psychedelic psychotherapy.

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Andres Zambrano LPC

Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Instructor

Andrés graduated from Naropa University with a Master’s Degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy. Andrés has a holistic approach to psychotherapy, rooted in the belief that healing is most effective if it addresses the full range of the human experience, including body, mind and spirit. His perspectives on healing stem from his personal work in different wisdom traditions of the world: Andrés has received training in shamanic traditions of South, Central, and North America. He completed his yoga teacher training in India, studied massage therapy in Thailand and has practiced chinese martial arts for several years. Additionally, he worked for three years as a wilderness field guide in a wilderness treatment program with and emphasis on addiction. Andrés is devoted to being an unconditional support for his clients, walking beside them as they heal their deepest wounds and rediscover the wisdom of their body along the way.


Parad Meier LPC

Psychotherapist - Denver CO

I believe in the influence of therapeutic affinity and relationship and welcome you to engage with me in a process where we work to free you from old, stuck patterns, symptoms and triggers, and move towards growth, flexibility, and finding your authentic, adult self. I love working with people who are ready to address anything from extreme and persistent childhood abuse, to attachment wounds; from systemic abuse such as racism or discrimination to one-time traumatic events; or perhaps you’re not sure if you have “trauma”, but something just feels off about the way your past is following you into the present or the ways you relate to substances, relationships, codependency or other addictive behavior that are no longer serving you. I look forward to our journey together.


Gabe Schneider LLPC

Psychotherapist - Golden CO

Gabe is a somatic-based trauma therapist that graduated from Naropa University with a Master’s Degree in Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Clinical Counseling.  Gabe led a high-risk Men's CBT Trauma Group, as well as a relapse prevention DBT/Mindfulness Group in Boulder, Colorado before training with, and then joining the Innate Path Psychedelic Psychotherapy team in 2019. Gabe opened his private practice, Conscious Flow Psychotherapy, LLC, while co-founding the Nirodha Therapy Group in November 2020 with Aleya Littleton. Gabe believes that psychedelics are, and will continue to play a huge role in transforming psychotherapy, helping people heal and understand themselves at a deeper level, This can allow our authentic selves to run the show, heal, and flourish. Using these medicines such as Ketamine and Cannabis in conjunction with cutting-edge modalities and treatments, outdoor/nature therapy, nutrition, and  emphasizing on strengthening connection with one's self and community provides each client the best opportunity for healing and growth. 

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Aviva Bannerman LPC

Psychotherapist - Boulder CO

Aviva graduated from Naropa University with a Master’s Degree in Somatic Counseling Psychology. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, she currently offers somatic psychotherapy, ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, cannabis-assisted psychotherapy, and psychedelic integration sessions. Her work centers around your experience, helping you move more deeply into your feelings, inhabit your body more fully, and process unconscious material that’s been keeping you stagnant. Aviva encourages her clients to get comfortable with the uncomfortable in order to process difficult past events, which can lead to more freedom in one's life. Aware of the strong healing capacity of psychedelics, she feels passionate about the movement toward psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and honored to assist clients on their unique journeys toward health and well-being.


Lyndsey Lyons LPC

Psychotherapist - Boulder CO

Psychedelics are a powerful tool to access a non-ordinary state of consciousness and work with material that may be held below the surface of our ordinary mind. I work with Ketamine which is legally available for medicinal use. When used with the intention and setting for therapeutic processing, this medicines can give access to support deep healing. 

I integrate the psychedelic effect of the medicine with therapeutic modalities – particularly body based healing. I’ve trained and practiced for two years at a local clinic using Ketamine and Cannabis with psychotherapy prior to my private practice. 


Aleya Littleton LPC

Psychotherapist - Golden CO

Aleya Littleton, MA, LPC, is an adventure and psychedelic somatic therapist in Golden CO. She specializes in trauma treatment and the use of medicine, nature and the outdoors for healing. A climbing guide, public speaker and therapist educator, she was featured on The Three Day Effect, and in Outside Magazine

Additional Therapeutic Resources

The following practitioners are not part of Innate Path, but have either trained with us, worked with us in the past or have similar orientations to our work. Please visit their websites for more information about the services they offer.