As psychedelics grow in popularity, it becomes increasingly necessary for harm reduction to grow with them. Difficult psychedelic experiences can be frightening. What can you do to help someone having a difficult psychedelic or emotional experience? What techniques are available for helping transform a potentially traumatic situation into a positive one? What does it mean to create a safe container for someone on psychedelics? What role have peer support organizations played at festivals and events, and what lessons can we share with others interested in psychedelic peer support? Learn about four principles of psychedelic harm reduction that outline a framework for holding difficult psychedelic experiences. Not only can the application of these principles enhance the safety of our peers, they can become a model for how we can take better care of ourselves. Learn how these principles may be applied in our communities and how they can assist in the process of ongoing psychedelic integration.

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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Psychedelic Peer Support: Models of Community Care

Psychedelic Peer Support: Models of Community Care