From Fear to Love – healing racial division through psychedelic connection | Akua Ofosuhene
4 years ago Akua was shocked to find out that her teenage son had been groomed into a County lines drug dealing ring. The shock and shame brought on depression, high blood pressure and a cancer scare. Although the police, social and youth services organisations were ‘doing their best’ Akua realised that institutional racism, outdated ideas and a lack of understanding of the cult-like nature of drug dealing rings meant that they could not help get her son out. She had to find a different way.
In this talk Akua shares the healing modalities, psychedelic medicines and protocols she used to successfully treat herself and eventually her son.
Akua now talks and advises other parents dealing with the effects of grooming and gang activity. She’s a member of INSCAPE a psychotherapy led psychedelic retreat organisation.
Akua works full time as designer and importer of beauty and artisanal products from Ghana
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