At the intersection of psychedelic-assisted therapy and education, this session explores the challenges and opportunities of health equity as psychedelic therapy goes mainstream. This session centers the personal, traditional, and research work of 3 women of color who share their experiences about health equity in psychotherapy as innovators in a field primarily dominated by white men. Participants in this session will learn ways to overcome health inequity, engage in solutions that reduce collective/cultural trauma, identify historical power dynamics that present current barriers to wellness, and support psychological safety for systematically marginalized people. Additional topics include: what can we learn from ancestral healing and Indigenous practices about health equity? Why are concepts of Reciprocity important in the field? How could we move into the field acknowledging the roots of psychedelic therapy as Indigenous roots and Indigenous cosmovision of non-person center? Is it possible to ensure health equity in a racist system? Join this session to learn more.