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Intoxication and Dissociation in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy | Online

Tickets are by donation, with proceeds to support the Diversity Fund. May 21, 2020, 7-9PM EDT

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Event details

Faculty:

Jeffrey Guss, MD

Date & Time:

May 21, 2020, 7-9PM EDT

Where:

Online (access will be emailed after donation and closer to May 21st)

Cost: Tickets are no longer available.

Solid clinical research is key to psychedelic therapy earning its place as a safe and effective mainstream treatment.  However, even as that data is presently being produced, many clinicians express uneasiness about a treatment that evokes intoxication, dissociation, or both, as a central part of a potentially deeply therapeutic process.  

This talk will examine and question the presumption that intoxication and dissociation are likely to be detrimental to mental health, and are unlikely to be part of a safe and enduring process of growth and positive change.  These beliefs stand in the way of understanding psychedelic therapy and integrating it meaningfully into traditional clinical work.  We will look at both intoxication and dissociation from a number of perspectives, in an attempt to expand our understanding of how psychedelic therapy works and help it find its place in mainstream psychiatric and psychological discourse.


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