What is Psychedelic Therapy?
Psychedelic therapy is the psychiatric practice involving ingesting psychedelic substances to alleviate trauma, aid in treating mental illnesses and help relieve physical pain. Alongside assistance from substances, trained therapists also employ psychotherapy and psychiatry, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).
The most common psychedelic substances used in medicine today are Ketamine, Ibogaine, MDMA, and Psilocybin. Psychedelic therapy incorporates the natural properties of these substances. It integrates them with synthetic chemicals to make the treatment safe for all who require it.
Through decades of research and hundreds of clinical studies, psychedelic therapy has been found to be highly effective in aiding the treatment of various disorders such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, addictions, and chronic physical pain, among others.
Patients who have not experienced any improvement through conventional therapy have reported a drastic change through psychedelic-assisted treatments. In addition, it has been extensively reported and documented that people are able to live better, self-actualized, and healthier lives after undergoing guided psychedelic sessions.