Canadian healthcare professionals begin historic psilocybin therapy training program

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Fifteen healthcare professionals are taking part in a historic psilocybin therapy training program, after receiving Section 56 exemptions to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. The first Canadian to legally consume psilocybin for medical purposes shares his experience 17 Canadian healthcare professionals approved by Ottawa to use psilocybin for training purposes Could legal psilocybin retreats be coming to North America? As part of the training, the healthcare professionals will undergo their own guided psilocybin experience to better understand what patients are feeling. As it refines the training program, TheraPsil reports it will continue to work with palliative Canadians to secure access to psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy. The 10-week training program, launched by B.C.-based, non-profit TheraPsil, has been in the works for several months and began earlier this week.

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Fifteen healthcare professionals are taking part in a historic psilocybin therapy training program, after receiving Section 56 exemptions to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

The 10-week training program, launched by B.C.-based, non-profit TheraPsil, has been in the works for several months and began earlier this week.

The first Canadian to legally consume psilocybin for medical purposes shares his experience 17...

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