Improving the End of Life Experience with Entheogens

:::In a 2019 study, 55% of families felt their loved one had a “bad death.” By igniting a movement to spark conversations and ask the right questions, we create opportunities for the things people most want – including spending time with those they love, dignity, and the autonomy to make their own decisions.

Grief therapist, Claire Bidwell Smith, has encountered more and more people asking how psychedelic therapies might help with the debilitating pain of grief and loss. Listen in as Claire learns from palliative care physician and oncologist Dingle Spence, MD, psychiatrist and teacher Neil Hanon, MD and bereaved parent Allyson Rockwell about psychedelic-assisted grief therapy and how patients and clinicians might benefit from these new modalities of care.  

Cancer Patient Overcomes Anxiety About Death with Psychedelics


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Entheogen-assisted Healing

Taking entheogens can be like air travel: people do it all the time, it’s usually fine, but when it’s not fine, it’s sometimes very bad. We’ve been there. And that’s where an experienced GUIDE can make the difference in the outcome.
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