The description of Psychedelic Science 2017
The Psychedelic Science 2017 app helps you discover the latest research into the benefits and risks of psychedelics and marijuana for psychotherapy, neuroscience, spirituality, and creativity, and more.
Join us from April 19-24, 2017, in Oakland, California, for Psychedelic Science 2017, a six-day international gathering featuring three days of conference programming, three full days of workshops, a Sunset Cruise on the San Francisco Bay, the world's first Psychedelic Comedy Banquet, a free and expansive marketplace of goods and ideas, participant-led Community Sessions, and much more.
At Psychedelic Science 2017, scientists, doctors, therapists, students, educators, policymakers, artists, and others from around the world will come together to share and discover recently completed and ongoing research into the risks and benefits of psychedelics and medical marijuana for science, medicine, spirituality, creativity, and more. Join us at Psychedelic Science 2017 and connect with the expanding global psychedelic science community.
Opportunities are everywhere for psychedelic science and medicine, with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy as a legal treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) expected as soon as 2021.
The Three-Day Conference (April 21-23) will feature three simultaneous tracks of presentations by leading and up-and-coming international researchers in the multidisciplinary field of psychedelic science and medicine. Presenters from around the world will share recently completed and ongoing research into the therapeutic, scientific, and spiritual uses of MDMA, LSD, ayahuasca, psilocybin, ibogaine, ketamine, peyote, medical marijuana, and more.
Psychedelic Science 2017 also includes three full days of Workshops, where you can go in-depth with your favorite topics in a more intimate setting with leading experts in the field. Workshop topics include principles and practices of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD; therapist competencies in psilocybin research and therapy; ayahuasca research and ceremonial practice; visionary art workshops with Android Jones, Alex Grey, and Allyson Grey; psychedelic neuroscience; psychedelics in innovation, creativity, and professional culture; psychedelic harm reduction; integrating psychedelic experiences; and more. Workshops take place on Wednesday (April 19), Thursday (April 20), and Monday (April 24).
We hope to see you at Psychedelic Science 2017!