“Sarah Lemmerman is likely the best integration therapist out there. I had a particularly dark and confusing Ayahuasca experience that left me extremely anxious and unsettled. Sarah was the only person who was able to guide me out of the darkness and towards recovery and integration. She is a rare being with razor-sharp, cosmically guided insight that she always shares in a container of compassion, neutrality, and love. In the many times, I've sought her counseling, she has never had an "off day"; talking to her has always helped realign my spirit and perspective. She's the real deal and I'd recommend her to anyone I care about.” -Andy F.
“Sarah was recommended to me after a profound but deeply traumatizing three-day Ayahuasca ceremony. The experience was one of the most harrowing of my life and left me feeling out of touch with reality, not knowing what was real or where to turn to next. My first few sessions with Sarah were focused mainly on grounding and getting me to a place of feeling calmer and more secure. From a less triggered and more embodied perspective, I was able to see that night that had seemed like a nightmare for the gift it truly was. I don’t think that would have been possible and certainly would not have happened as quickly, if it weren’t for Sarah’s guidance and support. As soon as I met Sarah, I knew there was something special about her. It is hard to put into words the way she has impacted my life, but I can confidently say I am not the same person I was when I met her 9 months ago. I am stronger, less reactive, more compassionate. I am no longer addicted to cocaine, Adderall, or Xanax. I no longer suffer from depression or struggle with suicidal ideations. My relationships with my partner, family, and friends have radically transformed. I feel freer than I ever have. To say I recommend Sarah to anyone who is struggling would be an understatement. She is a powerful healer, and the biggest gift she has given me is opening my eyes to recognizing that same power within myself.” -Chloe B.
“With no exaggeration, 3 months ago I was nearly dying. With a history of substance abuse over the last 20 years, I felt absolutely defeated. Desperate and giving up hope, my mother received information about Sarah and her work with Kambo and I felt that it wouldn’t hurt to give it a try. Skeptical to meet her due to countless years of therapy and rehab not working, whatever tiniest bit of hope I had left pushed me forward. The best way I can explain how I felt when I first met Sarah is “held”. I immediately felt held, not judged and completely understood. Kambo was extremely challenging, physically and emotionally, while also being one of the most beautiful and transformational experiences I could have ever imagined. Over the last three months, my life has radically changed. I have my first job, one that I am proud of and look forward to going to. I have a relationship with my family and my friends. Most importantly, for the first time in my life, I have begun to build a stable and loving relationship with myself. I have to stop sometimes and catch my breath because I have experienced such profound change in such a short amount of time, and I know I’m only just beginning. I believe Sarah’s guidance and teachings are so effective because she actually allows me to discover things for myself, to make my own choices. She holds me accountable but I never feel judged. With her unique ability to see so clearly through the surface, Sarah has helped me understand the core wounds fueling my self-destructive symptoms. With Sarah’s guidance, I am slowly but surely healing my wounds, freeing myself little by little of the heavy burden of that which no longer serves me. I would like to add that her unique integration of East/West psychotherapy and sacred medicine had also been beautifully effective for me. Sarah is the first individual I have ever been able to truly trust, and working with her has restored my faith in my ability to heal and live a life I feel proud of.” -Sara A.