Jasmine Virdi and Oriana Mayorga

As we forge deeper in the psychedelic movement, and substances like MDMA and psilocybin steadily edge closer to being FDA-approved medicines, clinical research models and paradigms of psychedelic-assisted therapy leave much to be desired when it comes to understanding the spiritual and religious aspects of psychedelic experiences. Chaplains are now stepping up to fill the gap left by medical and psychological models, carving out a space to compassionately support individuals through their spiritual and existential challenges catalyzed by psychedelics… continue reading.

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