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Psychedelics Today recently surveyed students and graduates of its 12-month intensive professional psychedelic certification programme, Vital, publishing its findings in The Emerging Psychedelic Workforce report.

David Drapkin, Director of Education at Psychedelics Today, discussed the findings, emphasising the growth of the industry and highlighting the significance of personal experience and motivations for entering the field, as well as the importance of education and awareness.

“The report shows that our future workforce is going to have a lot of diversity on multiple levels including racial and ethnic diversity and LGBTQ representation,” said Drapkin.

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The Neuroscience of Psychedelics, False Memories, and Memory Reconsolidation

Psychedelics are known for their profound effects on how we experience and think about the world. In the context of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, a lot of attention is given to the ability of psychedelics to help us remember and process memories from our past.

It’s common for individuals to report vivid reliving’s of past experiences, and for that to be a source of personal insight and healing. But can we always trust the memories we seem to remember? Are our insights always accurate or ‘correct’? And how are psychedelics impacting the brain to influence the way memories are retrieved and processed?

In this webinar, three psychedelic neuroscientists (Manoj Doss PhD, Melanie Pincus PhD, and Manesh Girn PhD) will draw on the latest findings from psychedelic research to discuss these critical questions.

Fierce Healthcare – Psychedelics Today to offer yearlong certificate course on psychedelic therapy

Psychedelics Today, an education company, will soon be launching an in-depth, 12-month training focused on psychedelic therapy and integration.

“In the current marketplace, there’s actually a gap,” the company’s director of operations and strategic growth, David Drapkin, told Fierce Healthcare. Demand for psychedelic therapy is thriving, but the field remains available primarily only to clinicians. As a result, many are giving therapy in an unregulated space.

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Healthline – Mental Health Breakthrough: The Therapeutic Benefits of Psychedelics

According to Psychedelics Today podcast co-founder and CEO Joe Moore, many “classical psychedelics” have been available in the West for decades, largely illegally and for recreational use. These include:

– psilocybin (magic mushrooms)
– lysergic acid (LSD or acid)
– mescaline (peyote)

“Many more have been developed since, and many more are still being developed for assorted medical indications,” Moore adds.

“We don’t yet have a full grasp of this on account of prohibition and inappropriate barriers to research,” says Moore. “What we do know is that at the very least, the mind is distributed through the body.”

Catch more of the interview with Joe in this Healthline article.

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PsychCentral – All About Psychedelic Therapy

Psychedelics have been used as religious, medicinal, and wellness tools in many cultures and parts of the world for centuries. But in recent years, researchers have been studying the potential healing properties of these substances for mental health conditions. 

Although clinical studies on the therapeutic use of psychedelics are still underway, current research suggests that they may be able to help treat certain mental health conditions, like depression and PTSD, and improve overall mental health. 

This fascinating alternative practice is known as psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy (PAP), or psychedelic therapy.

“Psychedelic therapy is the process of taking a psychedelic substance within a therapeutic setting, which typically includes psychotherapy,” explains Kyle Buller, MS, cofounder and director of training and clinical education at Psychedelics Today.

Catch more from Kyle in this interview with PsychCentral.

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