Esteban Orozco

Lead Educator, Psilocybin Facilitator Training
Psilocybin Facilitator Training (PFT) certificate program

Esteban Orozco (pronouns he/they) is an indigenous permaculture instructor, decolonized cooking educator, integrative health educator, trauma healing facilitator and project manager. He is second generation, Wixarika (Huichol) lineage from Nothern Mexico. They currently reside on Kalapuya territory (also known as Portland, OR). They are a co-founder of Psychedelic Legacy, a POC psychedelic training program and founder of Comida Pura. He has been a cannabis and psychedelic organizer in the East Bay since 2018. He’s the son of a Chicana midwife and a Mexica medicine man. He has trained in Psilocybin Facilitation, Ketamine Facilitation, Cultural Anthropology, North Amercian Herbalism, Trauma Healing, Indigenous Permaculture, Laboratory Cannabis Extraction, Group Conflict Resolution, Nonviolent Communication, Cultural Humility, Restorative Justice, Indigenous Rights, Healing Justice, Project Managment, and Psychedelic Integration. Esteban has trained through ERIE, the Hood Incubator, and with curandera Veronica Iglesis. He facilitates in-person and virtual integration circles and cacao ceremonies. They have been a volunteer peer supporter on the Fireside Project warm line since May of 2023. He has worked as a practitioner for several mutual aid organizations, including the Healing Clinic Collective (HCC) and Freedom Community Clinic (FCC). Esteban has been a mentor in the SSDP Pipeline, and has partnered with RooT Healing Cycles of Harm, the Portland Psychedelic Society, Berkeley Decriminalize Nature, and Exiting the Hologram (XTH) Men’s Group. And has been a featured speaker at several psychedelic conferences, including Tam Integration. Esteban is currently working on completing an MBA at CSU Global, specializing in Project Management.

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