Lane Janger, LMFT
Lane has a degree from UC Santa Barbara and a Master of Fine Arts from NYU. He worked as a creative professional and raised two kids before returning to school for a MA in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, LA. While in school, he proposed and co-founded Antioch Community Therapy Services, offering free teletherapy during COVID-19, now a leading training site with 80 therapists offering cost-free therapy services. Lane uses a Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual approach, drawing from multiple therapy styles, including existential/meaning-based, humanistic, DBT, mindfulness, solution-focused, psychodynamic, and narrative. He is certified in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy from AIMS Institute Seattle and has received over 100 hours of additional training in general psychedelic work including psilocybin, and MDMA. Additionally, Lane is undergoing certification training as in end-of-life guide (Death Doula) from the Anam Cara Academy. Lane’s personal experiences inform his work with clients. He is passionate about advanced learning in ketamine and psychedelics, seen as effective and transformational in treating a multitude of mental health issues, including trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction, OCD, mood disorders, and existential distress brought on by life-threatening illnesses. Lane enjoys nature, sports, and spending time with friends and family in his free time.