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Education and Training Officer
Summer Vineyard is a non-binary psychedelic therapist-in-training based in Denver, Colorado. They are currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with a concentration in Trans-Affirmative Therapy at Antioch University New England. Their ultimate goal is to become a psychedelic therapist and educator who works mainly with LGBTQIAP2S+ populations using psilocybin and cannabis. Through their work, they aim to depathologize, destigmatize, affirm, and celebrate queer identities and behaviors. Their passion for queer mental health is what drove them to QTN and Follow the Rainbow, and they are honored to be a part of the founding team
President/Psychotherapist LMSW, CFSW
Pallah Burdis, LMSW, CFSW, has years of direct service experience working with some of our most vulnerable populations in Texas and Washington as a therapist and case manager. Pallah is passionate about financial literacy, mental health, and HIV advocacy within Black, Indigenous, and marginalized Queer communities. Pallah holds a master’s degree in Social Work from Boston University, a bachelor’s in Law and Justice, and a minor in Psychology from Central Washington University. Pallah also currently has her own private practice, The Self-Equity Firm.
Web Developer and Designer
Harris Weinblatt is a gender-fluid web developer and designer, as well as a juggler and fire manipulator, based out of Portland, Oregon, and originally from Chicago, Illinois. He has been developing and servicing websites over the past 10 years and completed a full-stack java development certification in 2022. For the past 7 years, Harris has discovered through Juggling Therapy 101 and Self-Discovery Circus that juggling, prop spinning, and fire manipulation are beneficial to one's mental health and well-being. He feels honored to be one of the co-founders of QTN and FTRQMHC and to combine many of his passions and experiences to offer mental health help to the LGBTQIA+ community.