The psychologists signing up for psychedelic therapy training: ‘Amazing things can happen’

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Paul Liknaitzky hopes for “rigorous research that is neither biased toward panacea thinking, nor ignorant of the best-practice track record and literature to date”. “This field has suffered from people being a little bit too careless,” says Spektor. “It needs to be appropriately researched and treated in a very serious manner in order to gain the reputation it deserves and help as many people as possible.”

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