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Psychedelic Therapy

Exploring the Benefits of Psychedelic Therapy

Psychedelic therapy is an emerging form of psychotherapy that uses psychedelic substances, such as psilocybin from mushrooms or mescaline from cacti, to treat mental health issues. While psychedelics have been used in traditional medicine for hundreds of years, they are now being studied as potential treatments for depression, anxiety, addiction, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In this blog post, we’ll explore how psychedelic therapy works and why it might be beneficial. 

How Does Psychedelic Therapy Work? 

Psychedelic therapy typically involves two sessions with a qualified therapist who provides guidance and support throughout the process. During the first session, a patient will receive a low dose of a psychedelic substance in order to become familiar with its effects. This is important because the second session involves taking a larger dose in order to experience a more profound effect. During both sessions, the therapist will help the patient understand their experience and guide them through any difficult emotions or thoughts that may arise. 

The Benefits of Psychedelic Therapy 

One of the most promising benefits of psychedelic therapy is its potential to treat depression and anxiety without the need for long-term medications or other forms of treatment. The low doses given during these therapies can provide immediate relief from symptoms while avoiding common side effects associated with other medications. Furthermore, since psychedelics tend to produce strong spiritual or emotional experiences, some researchers believe they can be useful in treating trauma or addiction by helping people gain insight into their own behavior and beliefs. 


At Path of the Hummingbird, we can help you explore the benefits of psychedelic therapy and determine if it is right for you. Contact us today to learn more about our psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy services. We are here to help you find the path that works best for your mental health and well-being. 

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