Introduction to Psychedelics as Medicine Program


For 30 years, MAPS – The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies has led the way, pursuing MDMA as the first FDA Approved therapy for treatment resistant PTSD. Johns Hopkins is working on Psilocybin treatments for end-of-life depression. Research centers around the world are participating and providers are eager to learn.

This innovative new program compiles the latest research and information from around the world. Despite legal roadblocks and prohibition, people find access to these powerful medicines, and we will guide and support those ready to try.

Just trust, let go, be open.” The professor running clinical trials

“Cannabis saved my life, Psychedelics helped me truly live again.” Nurse

The online self-guided program

Learn the history, renaissance, legalities, and pathways to healing with many of the most common psychedelic medicines on the planet.
Our program features:
Module 1 = Overview, History, Timeline, Prohibition, Renaissance, New Research from Centers Around the World
Module 2 = Conditions best treated, Mental / Physical / Spiritual Healing
Module 3 = How Psychedelics work, the Mechanisms of Action
Module 4 = The Medicines; Ketamine, Psilocybin, LSD, MDMA, Ayahuasca & DMT
Module 5 = Cannabinoids + Psychedelics, the Endocannabinoidome
Module 6 = Clinical Guides; Nursing Care, Set + Setting, Integration, Vulnerability, Legalities for Patient’s & Clinicians
Module 7 = First-hand Stories of Healing through Case Studies
Appendix = References + Resources for Your Journey

Nurses Earn 6 Hours of Continuing Education Credit

****Holistic Caring & The Green Nurse do NOT carry any Psychedelic Products***

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