Turn on, tune in

Explore the emerging science of psychedelic drugs and their potential as psychotherapy treatments ⎮ 28 min 46 sec listen
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Turn on, tune in

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Turn on, tune in, and drop out … that was the catch cry of U.S. psychologist Timothy Leary in the 1960s. He was convinced that the psychedelic experience could be mentally therapeutic and even provide insights into consciousness itself. By 1966 psychedelics were demonised and banned but now - in controlled scientific settings - we’re seeing a psychedelic renaissance in mental health therapy. Early research on the use of ecstasy in the treatment of stress disorders looks promising. Listen to the Podcast - Turn on, tune in - here. 

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