Aaron Arvidson



Aaron has a Bachelors of Science degree in Bioengineering from Oregon State University and completed the in-person Clinical Cognitive Facilitator Training program. He became a facilitator to help people improve their mental health, especially those who have experienced emotional or physical trauma. He is especially passionate about helping people with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and those who want to increase joy in their daily life.

Throughout his young adult life, Aaron played many sports, including football. As he endured injuries to his brain and body, he learned valuable lessons about physical, emotional, and mental recovery. Primarily, he learned that patience, diligence, and forgiveness are critical to the healing process. Aaron understands that growth and healing have no timeline and he is eager to support you throughout your journey.

As a person who has family and friends that are veterans or active duty military members, he holds a high level of respect and empathy for the unique experiences of those who serve. He is passionate about serving the veteran community as a facilitator.

Aaron has 10 years of training and experience with supporting people under stress. Meditation and breathwork are skills that he practices, because he is passionate about the power of mindfulness. Breathwork is included in every journey. He is a believer in continuing education and understanding research, which will allow him to continue his best practice.


As one of the first Psilocybin Service Centers in the country, we believe that psilocybin mushrooms are a powerful catalyst for self-acceptance and self-love. Whether this is your first psychedelic experience or you’ve done this before, we welcome you to experience psilocybin in a safe, supportive, and legal environment. We would love to facilitate for you!
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