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031 Magic Mushrooms: Dr. Natalie Dyer Interview

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In this episode I am in conversation with Natalie Dyer about one of her latest studies. Natalie is a friend and an old colleague of mine from when we both did research at the Langer lab at Harvard University. She is one of the names you will often see in seminars/etc. for work related to psychedelics/alternative therapies/reiki, and more. This interview is about her study entitled "A Systematic Review of Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy for Mental Health: An Evaluation of the Current Wave of Research and Suggestions for the Future" with Spencer W. Wheeler.
This episode is for you if...
- You would like to know more about why one would use psychedelics in a therapeutic setting
- You would like to hear a researcher's postmaterialist perspective on the value of this approach
We talk about...
- Where Natalie's interest in plant medicines started, and how she began her research
- The pros and cons of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy
- "Ego deaths" and "Bad Trips"
- Her personal experiences with plant medicines
- And so much more...
If you enjoyed this episode and would love to hear more from Natalie, direct message me on Instagram, or leave a review on this episode! Make sure to follow Natalie on social media, as she is definitely someone I recommend following.


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