Molly Zive podcast episode Craving Food Freedom

Ep 87. embracing the parts that you have tried to run away from w/ therapist Molly Zive

Today I have the pleasure of chatting with Molly Zive, San Diego based therapist who specializes in ketamine-assisted therapy. 

We talk:

  • suppressing younger versions of ourselves
  • cultivating trust and deep gratitude for ourselves
  • some of our parts that may be more traumatized
  • addiction as a coping skill for trauma

It was such an insightful conversation and hopefully you will get something out of it too. 

Find more of Molly on her website Molly Zive, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist and entrepreneur. Molly received her bachelor’s of arts in human development at University of California, San Diego. She earned her master’s of social work from University of Southern California with a concentration of community organization, planning and administration. She has worked in various settings including California state prison system, non profit agencies, locked psychiatric units, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs. Molly’s work focuses on systems theory, brainspotting therapy and ketamine assisted psychotherapy (KAP). She is passionate about the use of psychedelics to heal the individual, family system and community at large.



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