Nir Tadmor and Igal Tartakovsky are co-founders of Safe Shore – a psychedelic education, harm reduction and peer support project based in Israel. Since Safe Shore was founded 9 years ago, Igal and Nir have supported and supervised more than 1500 psychedelic crises in musical events and in private practice, facilitated 36 “Holding Space” workshops in Israel, the UK, The Netherlands, Estonia and South Africa, and are currently working on a few scientific papers about psychedelic harm reduction with the Israeli Ministry of Health.
Nir Tadmor, Ms.c
Nir is a certified transpersonal psychotherapist (EUROTAS), phenomenological researcher, Director of Education at Impulse – Integrative clinical center and Co-Founder of SafeHeart – a registered charity that provides free psychedelic-informed psychotherapy services for the survivors of the Nova rave massacre.
He holds a Master’s in Transpersonal Psychology from Middlesex University (through the Alef Trust), trained in Hakomi body-centered psychotherapy and is a co-researcher in a neurophenomenological study about Ayahuasca and death perception in Haifa University. For his Master’s thesis Nir conducted a phenomenological study about the psychospiritual integration process that unfolds in the lives of Western mental health professionals who use psychedelics for personal and professional growth. Nir is also a member of the Special Committee for the Fight against Drugs and Alcohol in the Israeli Parliament.
Igal is a mindfulness-based psychotherapist (ACT, Satya) who specializes in psychedelic integration. He is also the founder of “Soft Landing” – a project that supports young people on their return to Israel from their post-army journey abroad.