Norma Mancini Stevens, M.S., L.C.P.C, N.C.C.

Lead Therapist of Operations
M.S. in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University
I specialize in trauma, depression, anxiety, loss, and grief. I am a certified Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist, using a trauma-informed model of psychotherapy and healing. My extensive involvement with IFS includes serving on the IFS Institute's training staff for Levels 1-3, working as an Approved Supervisor for IFS Certification, and presenting at IFS Annual Conferences.
This work has become my life's vocation. It is a sacred privilege to accompany people on their healing journeys and contribute meaningfully to this emerging field.


I embody a depth of experience and compassion with an unwavering commitment to facilitating the inner healing of others. Valuing whole-person healing, I integrated both the psychological and spiritual in my clinical training at Loyola University. My work as an IFS therapist continues the integration of psychological and spiritual healing, which eventually led her to become a psychedelic-assisted therapist and researcher.


The passion to facilitate inner healing and spiritual growth through psychedelic-assisted therapy is rooted within the deepest recesses of my soul. My life events coupled with my professional training and experience, have culminated in my being here in this moment to fulfill my vocation.

Therapeutic Lens

Internal Family Systems with a lens that honors spirituality and the sacred in psychedelic-assisted therapy