Ann Matney, LCPC

Sub Rosa Therapy
Practitioner Information
Type of Provider
Licensed Therapist
Description of Services

Sub Rosa is an inclusive practice focused on helping individuals and communities to heal from all forms of trauma, discover a greater centering within the Self, and experience the foundational interconnectedness of Life. We are dedicated to helping people find well-being through the compassionate and ethical use of expanded states of consciousness. We are committed to providing access to care for people from all backgrounds and to supporting healing of the body, mind, spirit, community, and environment. Modalities we offer: Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, Transpersonal Counseling, Somatic Experiencing.

Price Range (per hour)
$100 to $175
Offer Sliding Scale
Values Statements
I support PRATI’s vision of a planet in which people flourish and thrive in right relationship with the natural world.
Briefly describe how your clinical work or business practice (e.g., policies, practices, or educational offerings) aligns with PRATI's Purpose statement: "Reconnecting to the Sacred: Self, Community, Nature, and Spirit".

We have adopted and will seek to continue to adopt the Pollination Approach in our Business:

We focus on intrinsically interdependent production of individual and community wellness

We focus on on the production of wellness, rather than the management of symptoms

We transform the economic conceptions that contribute to the rising rates of mental distress

The design of our clinic, the conduct of our integration activities, the configuration of our ownership and our decision-making structures, and the financial structures used to create and allocate our shared prosperity promote renewal through the recirculation of community resources

Our individual good as a clinic in inextricable from the good of our community

We avoid looking at clients and staff as resources to be extracted from the economy

We realize that disconnection and extraction are the root of our collective illness

We deliver mental healthcare in ways that recognize the mutually reinforcing relationship between individual and collective wellness via the pollination approach, which grounds itself in the continual renewal and recirculation of system resources (versus extraction and depletion)

First and foremost is the renewal and recirculation of human resources (i.e., reconnecting clients to social, economic, and other community systems, which will contribute to individual healing and to revitalizing the systems themselves)

(Credit to Benet Zelner’s article: “The Pollination Approach to Delivering Psychedelic-Assisted Healthcare”