Dr. Ulrich F. Lanius is a Registered Psychologist in West Vancouver, BC, with a practice in Clinical and Neuropsychology. He has a particular interest in brain-behaviour relationships and the effects of acquired brain injury, as well as trauma and dissociation. He has worked with clients with psychiatric symptoms who have been prescribed opioid antagonists including naltrexone in a variety of doses including low dose naltrexone (LDN) since 1999 and has written multiple book chapters, and on the subject. Dr. Lanious specializes in therapeutic interventions for TBI/MTBI, as well as the treatment of trauma stress syndromes, dissociation and attachment related issues.
Dr. Lanius has presented both in North America, as well as internationally, and he has authored a recent book on trauma and dissociation. Galyn Forster MS is a Licensed Professional Counselor practicing in Eugene Oregon since receiving an M.S. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon in 1988. He works with adults, youth and couples with a wide range of issues including complex trauma, dissociation, anxiety, attachment issues, physical pain and unexplained somatic complaints. His clinical theoretical orientation is eclectic but central are the therapies of Eye Movement Desensitization (EMDR), Coherence Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Sensorimotor Therapy. He began working with patients prescribed low dose naltrexone (LDN) as an adjunct to psychotherapy in 2010. Since then, he has worked with over forty-five patients, facilitating their use of LDN to help manage psychiatric symptoms.