Mental Health Breakthrough: The Therapeutic Benefits of Psychedelics | Healthline



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Psychedelics have been used in religious ceremonies, spiritual rituals, and healing modalities for centuries. Today, experts are reexamining what we know about psychedelics as a possible treatment for certain mental health conditions such as PTSD, depression and more. Hanifa Nayo Washington, Sacred Activist and co-founder of Fireside Project, and Dr. Lynn-Marie Morski, president and founder of the Psychedelic Medicine Association, take us through the world of psychedelic therapy and discuss how education can help break down the stigma around this treatment.

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