Alberta’s new policy on psychedelic-assisted therapy for mental illness may set a precedent that moves Canadians one step closer to accepting psychedelics as medicinal substances.A new research chair at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute will study the potential of psychedelics as a mental-health treatment.Why Canada’s rush to expand access to assisted death is a moral and medical failure.

A new Netflix series called How to Change Your Mind explores the current renaissance of psychedelic drugs in psychotherapy and includes an interesting Saskatchewan tidbit — the word “psychedelic” was invented by a psychiatrist working in Weyburn.TORONTO, Nov. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Field Trip Health & Wellness Ltd. (TSXV: FTHW) (the “Company” or “Field Trip”), a global leader in the. In Montreal, a pioneering clinic in the emerging field of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy is about to become the first health-care facility in Quebec to legally treat depression with psilocybin.A clinic in Saskatoon is helping local residents access psychedelic drugs, joining groups across the country touting the therapeutic benefits of these once-prohibited substances.

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From self-induced trance to psychedelics, altered states of consciousness are experiencing a renewed interest in the scientific community for their therapeutic value.The federal government has taken first steps to allow psilocybin-assisted therapy. A Victoria non-profit says much more can be done./CNW/ – ATMA Journey Centers Inc. (“ATMA”), an Alberta-based company focused on delivering innovative psychedelic-assisted therapies internationally, announced. The widely distributed notices threaten to burn down tents and a safe injection site.

Unconditional love. An experience of nonexistence. Here’s what happened when I took 5-MeO-DMT at a luxurious retreat.Also, the Empire hack needs to be fully investigated by both regulators and law enforcement.Ketamine-assisted therapy saves lives. But in BC and across Canada, doctors are being told they can’t use it.This bulletin provides an introduction into psychedelics and their potential therapeutic applications and describes the legal process through which companies can become involved in this developing.

The SRO fire killed two vulnerable tenants. Their families are asking if the tragedy could have been prevented.A young rural Southlander with rodeo in his blood recounts a moving comeback tale from family loss and mental breakdown./CNW/ – After the COVID-19 pandemic forced its first two years online, the CATALYST Presents Foundation (“CATALYST”), an Alberta-based not-for-profit event. Workers at SRO hotels operated by Atira Property Management describe their experiences in housing that shelters some of Vancouver’s most vulnerable.

. Researchers are again using mind-bending drugs as a means of treating mental disorders. Jessica McCallum-Miller says council tried to keep her from speaking about violence against Indigenous women, and drove her from office.Stories, links, web extras and more from CBS News’ “Sunday Morning”. The Bill Kelly Show AM980 | Global News. Chris Bolan’s documentary, produced by Ryan Murphy, is partly about decades of living in the closet but also about the perils of growing old in America.