In the second part of a three-part mini-series on psychedelic-assisted therapies presented by the Institute of Integrative Health and Wellness (IIHW), researchers will explore how the psychedelic framework of relationship, music, set and setting can exploit the malleable effects of ketamine on consciousness. Dr. Shannon will review his data about group ketamine-assisted psychotherapy for healthcare workers and his experience training a few hundred professionals in an experiential group model of KAP. Additionally, Dr. Shannon will compare and contrast ketamine to MDMA for the treatment of trauma and speculate about the spiritual benefits of this well-known agent. Dr. Dakwar will explore how mindfulness works with the KAP model and his experience with addiction research. Together the panelists will explore the interface of spirituality and this type of treatment.

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