Shining the Light on The Infinite Cosmology Dwelling Within
Shining the Light on The Infinite Cosmology Dwelling Within
Dr. Beers is an intuitive catalyst; she works within the area of consciousness, non-dogmatic spirituality, and healing childhood wounds, specifically intergenerational and racial trauma (colonization), and the mother wound. Dr. Beers brings a compassionate, honest and nurturing approach to her work with clients. Aided by trauma informed care and deeply intentional interactions in a sacred context, together with the client, they cultivate transformative experiences that assist with developing a clearer personal philosophy and a renewed outlook on issues and matters that concern them. Clearing space for healing, self-acceptance, greater joy and deeper connections with others. May you accept the shadows that illuminate you and may you be motivated by love, for yourself and others.
Thank you for taking the time to consider me. It is an honor to hold space and bear witness to one’s healing process. As a mixed heritage Indigenous Mexican, Chichimeca and European woman, I understand this work as intergenerational. Where impact is felt individually and collectively.
Dismantle the internalized systems that are oppressive and marginalize. Systems that thrive off of and continue to perpetuate intergenerational and racial trauma as a result of power structure dynamics in western society. Social justice efforts of resistance push up against these systems externally but the internalized individual ones need erosion first, in order to reimagine and recultivate a just society.
The internalized system of colonial oppression fosters disconnection from self, others, spirit, and most especially nature. The labor and indoctrination of colonialism have birthed existential unease and inundating trauma that disrupts one’s authentic being in the world. The hardest impact of colonization has affected Black Indigenous People of Color.
The commitment to the deepening of this personal work psychologically is vital and the process of revoking the authority of oppressive systems is a rite of passage. Rematriation is for everyone, however, each journey comes with it’s uniqueness of intersectionalities that must first work towards eradicating the barriers of living in a interconnected and reciprocal world, such as systemic racism and lateral violence. This type of therapeutic process is culturally sensitive and relevant. Client centered consciousness and heart expanding approaches influenced by collectivist – cooperative societies are integrated in a way that assists in deprogramming and rerooting.
Indigenizing is centering Native and Indigenous wisdom, knowledge, traditions, and way of being and relating in reciprocal connection to our natural and human world.
“what indigenous activists would argue is that imperialism cannot be struggled over only at the level of text and literature. Imperialism still hurts, still destroys and is reforming itself constantly” ~Linda Tuhiwai Smith
The shadow is the parts of the self that are rejected, disowned, denied and projected onto others. According to Carl Jung, the shadow is the repressed ‘‘dark side’’ of our personality (negative traits people resist, such as socially or religiously depreciated emotions and impulses like lust, selfishness, envy, and anger). Recognizing and reconciling what is repressed from the consciousness of self and even the collective- society addresses pathology and imbalance that would otherwise intensify and thrive.
There are many ways to do shadow work but the work must be done on a deep level to address core issues that typically stem from the earliest of life experiences. The approach to shadow work is to explore, uncover, decolonize, expand, heal, and transform consciousness. This work requires the intention and deep commitment to the Self.
Although Dr. Beers physically resides in Colorado. She is eligible to practice in PSYPACT PARTICIPATING STATES (37 ENACTED, 35 EFFECTIVE)
Alabama - AL SB 102 (Enacted 3/18/2021; Effective 6/1/2021)
Arizona - AZ HB 2503 (Enacted on 5/17/2016; Effective 7/1/2020)
Arkansas - AR HB 1760 (Enacted 4/25/2021; Effective (11/18/2021)
Colorado - CO HB 1017 (Enacted 4/12/2018; Effective 7/1/2020)
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands - CNMI HB 22-80 (Enacted and Effective 10/24/2022)
Connecticut - CT S 2 (Enacted 5/24/2022; Effective 10/1/2022)
Delaware - DE HB 172 (Enacted 6/27/2019; Effective 7/1/2020)District of Columbia - DC B 145 (Enacted and Effective 4/2/2021)
Georgia - GA HB 26 (Enacted 4/23/2019; Effective 7/1/2020)Idaho - ID S 1305 (Enacted 3/23/2022; Effective 7/1/2022)
Illinois - IL HB 1853 (Enacted 8/22/2018, Effective 7/1/2020)Indiana - IN S 365 (Enacted 3/10/2022; Effective 7/1/2022)
Kansas - KS SB 170 (Enacted 5/17/2021; Effective 1/1/2022)
Kentucky - KY HB 38 (Enacted 3/18/2021; Effective 6/28/2021)
Maine - ME HB 631 (Enacted 6/22/2021; Effective 10/18/2021)
Maryland - MD HB 970 (Enacted and Effective 5/18/2021)
Michigan - MI H 5489 (Enacted 12/22/2022; Effective 3/29/2023)Minnesota - MN SB 193 (Enacted 5/25/2021; Effective 5/26/2021)
Missouri - MO HB 1719/MO SB 660 (Enacted 6/1/2018; Effective 7/1/2020)
Nebraska - NE L 1034 (Enacted 4/23/2018; Effective 7/1/2020)Nevada - NV AB 429 (Enacted on 5/26/2017; Effective 7/1/2020)
New Hampshire- NH SB 232 (Enacted 7/10/2019; Effective 7/1/2020)
New Jersey - NJ A 4205 (Enacted 9/24/2021; Effective 11/23/2021)
North Carolina - NC 361 (Enacted 7/1/2020; Effective 3/1/2021)
Ohio - OH S 2 (Enacted 4/27/2021; Effective 7/26/2021)Oklahoma - OK HB 1057 (Enacted 4/29/2019; Effective 7/1/2020)
Pennsylvania - PA SB 67 (Enacted 5/8/2020; Effective 7/8/2020)
Tennessee - TN S 161 (Enacted and Effective 5/11/2021)
Texas - TX HB 1501 (Enacted 6/10/2019; Effective 7/1/2020)
Utah - UT SB 106 (Enacted on 3/17/2017; Effective 7/1/2020)
Virginia - VA SB 760 (Enacted 4/11/2020; Effective 1/1/2021)
Washington - WA H 1286 (Enacted 3/4/2022; Effective 6/9/2022)
West Virginia - WV SB 668 (Enacted 4/21/2021; Effective 11/18/2021)
Wisconsin - WI A 537 (Enacted 2/4/2022; Effective 2/6/2022)
Wyoming - WY S 26 (Enacted 2/15/2023; Effective 2/15/2023)
Dr. Beers Co-Owns Crescent Roots Psychology: https://www.crescentrootspsychology.com/more-about-cr
Dr. Beers will be presenting at the MAPS Psychedelic Conference in Denver, CO June 19th - 23rd, 2023.