Becca in the Media

Let’s Be Blunt with Montel

On-Location Long Beach, California. On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt, Montel talks with Becca Williams about the advent of a new paradigm: canna and psilocybin microdosing as “Psychic Vitamins” to release trauma and support emotional healing.

Chakra Chat – with Becca Williams

Becca Williams has worked with the Emotional Liberation method for many years and has evolved this technique of moving through, and past, trauma using the aid of plant medicine. We talk about how we can work on freeing ourselves from the emotions that create anxiety, depression and so many other debilitating conditions in our lives.

Personal Development Mastery

How can integrating plant medicine, meditation, and ancient wisdom transform your emotional well-being and liberate you from the grip of trauma and negative emotional patterns? Listen in as emotions therapist and plant medicine facilitator Becca Williams joins us to share her transformative journey from a journalist to a healer.

Doom to Bloom Podcast

Jaclyn Gee interviews Becca Williams in her episode “I am… EMOTIONALLY LIBERATED”.

Meditation Podcast

In this episode, Emotional & Trauma Recovery, Becca is interviewed about Emotional Liberation, microdosing psilocybin, cannabis, nutrition, and much more.

Mind Over Matter Podcast

“In today’s podcast my guest Becca Williams is sharing with you how to process and master your emotions. Without awareness and tools to process your emotions, your nervous system stays in dysregulation wrecking havoc in your life. You’ll learn how to surf the waves of uncertainty and take your power back – creating more happiness, ease and fulfillment.”


My mind is constantly chirping—and closing my eyes and breathing deeply doesn’t lead to tranquility let alone anything nearing bliss. Rather this is when all the bad thoughts start bubbling up to the surface inducing what I can only imagine is the sheer opposite of nirvana. I’m definitely not alone in this: Many people who try to meditate fail at it.

Psychedelic Invest

In the season one finale of the Psychedelic Invest Podcast, Becca Williams joins host Bruce Eckfeldt. Becca Williams is an Emotions Therapist and Microdosing Coach working with Psilocybin-Assisted trauma release practices. This is a lovely conversation that brings together all of the components and considerations that come along with doing the work on oneself, training your mind, and connecting with your soul.

The Marijuana Times

Three Steps to Overcoming Holiday Anxieties” – Maintaining positive mental health is an uphill battle for many people. With the holiday season quickly approaching, added stress can become overwhelming. Becca Williams, an emotions therapist, educator, and alternative medicine advocate, shares three at-home wellness practices to mitigate holiday stress and anxiety.

Cannabinoid Connect

Becca is an emotions therapist and educator who blends Western medicine with Eastern traditions in her master class series, Emotional Liberation®. Topics discussed are Stress = the cocktail of emotions, Releasing emotional trauma, Conscious and intentional use of cannabis, Microdosing psilocybin with intention, Active form of meditation (kundalini) vs. sitting form, Ego Dissolution.

Women Leading Cannabis

Can plant medicines relieve the troubling emotions that undermine our life’s? Cannabis and psilocybin microdosing can help release stress, fear, anxiety, self-doubt, depression, anger, sadness and other on-going patterns of troubling emotions. (Episode E43)

Authority Magazine

Becca Williams of Emotional Liberation: Emotional Intelligence; What It Is, Why It Is So Essential, And How We Can Increase It. Asa part of our series about “Emotional Intelligence, I had the pleasure of interviewing Becca Williams. Becca Williams is an emotions therapist and educator who blends Western medicine with Eastern traditions in her master class series, Emotional Liberation®.

Casually Baked – Release Emotional Trauma + Neural Workouts w/ Plant Medicine

Are you ready to get to the bottom of your issues and finally stop feeling like shit? Today’s guest on the potcast shares an innovative way of dealing with and overcoming the difficult emotions that are at the root of stress, anxiety, resentment, and depression.

The Psychedologist

Can plant medicines relieve the troubling emotions that undermine our life’s? Cannabis and psilocybin microdosing can help release stress, fear, anxiety, self-doubt, depression, anger, sadness and other on-going patterns of troubling emotions.

Consider Cannabis

Host Curtis Perea and guest Becca Williams discuss the overwhelming need for emotional healing, liberation, and how cannabis can help in the journey.

The Budding Report

Becca Williams blends Western Medicine with Eastern traditions to help people heal from emotional trauma. A board member of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine, Becca is also one of just a handful of certified Emotional Liberation® facilitators in the world.

New Brain Science Approach to Mental Health

Cannabis’ ability to facilitate brain and nervous system reorganization and healing aligns closely with the established benefits of meditation – and for many combining both together amplifies and accelerates the healing process.

Becca Williams: Why Cannabis Works as a Spiritual Plant and Tips on Meditating with Cannabis

Becca… curates and guides Cannabis Elevation Ceremonies and individualized focused sessions to support people in awakening experiences that enrich and heal their lives.

Ellementa Presents: Interview and Guided Ancient Active Meditation with Becca Williams

According to Becca Williams, Ancient Active Meditation is a technique that can be used to ‘address troubling emotions to transform every aspect of your personal and professional life.’

Microdosing With Cannabis to Help Your Spirituality

Williams, who describes herself as a ‘ceremonialist soulcraft practitioner and plant medicine integrationist,’ has been performing cannabis elevation ceremonies with a combination of high-CBD flower and Eastern meditation practices for over a year, to ‘enrich and heal’ the lives of others.

Tara Rose Green Goddess Podcast Cannabis & Emotional Liberation with Becca Williams

Our guest is Becca Williams, a cannabis ceremonialist and clinical nutritionist who works with the herb to bring her participants emotional liberation, using her own spin on Eastern meditation techniques.

How Melding Marijuana Microdosing and Kundalini Yoga Can Heal The Brain

Becca Williams has found a path out of her perpetual lack of self-esteem and troubled past, and though it isn’t what might be considered traditional, she’s taking the gift and spreading it to others via Cannanaut: her own sort of Kundalini yoga matched with marijuana microdosing.

Hemp Connoisseur’s “100 People You Should Know”

Becca and her work are featured in the Hemp Connoisseur’s 2018 profiles.

Cannabis Ceremonies

After much work with cannabis, Becca Williams learned how to use it as a Spirit Plant medicine. She teaches people about the power of cannabis to heal traumas and now leads Cannabis Ceremonies in Denver, Colorado. Her work also includes excellent educational videos.

Holy Smokes

Becca is featured in Leland Rucker’s article, “Holy Smokes,” an article written to shed light on the spiritual side of cannabis and those who explore it.

In Cannabis and Spirituality: “Including Cannabis in Your Practice”

There are many ways to talk about working with cannabis for spiritual benefit. The intention of the Cannabis and Spirituality project is to include those varying voices. Becca’s guidance is based on long experience with intentional use of cannabis in particular and with consciousness transformation work in general.

Spiritual Cannabis with Becca Williams

Becca Williams is a long-time cannabis advocate ‘advancing states of higher consciousness.’ In her own words, she is a ‘ceremonialist’ or a ‘plant spirit guide, creating communal experiences that support transformational healing and awakenings with the support of cannabis as a spirit plant.’ Ellementa was honored to have a conversation with Becca recently.