Eric Eligh is a Registered Nurse specializing in substance use and mental health. He comes to psychedelic medicines with a strong understanding of harm reduction, cultural humility, and respect for the relationship between people and medicines. Eric has completed the BC Centre on Substance Use Addictions Nursing Fellowship, where he first explored the healing potential of psychedelics for substance use disorders. He went on to lead group ketamine therapy with a program on Vancouver Island. Having seen that healing happens in community, he continues to facilitate group medicine and integration. Eric is currently enrolled at Vancouver Island University in the first cohort of their Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Graduate Program and is in the process of opening a ketamine-assisted therapy program in Nelson.