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An Overview of Psilocybin Research at Johns Hopkins: Its History, Current state and Future Directions – 2 CE’S

with Bill Richards, PhD and Albert Garcia-Romeu, PhD from the Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM

An Evening Event
Monday, March 8, 2021, 7:00 – 9:00 pm EST


This program can be taken individually or as part of the 6-part series, The Psychedelic Renaissance: Past, Present & Future. Recordings of past events in this series are available on demand with registration for the full program. To register for the full series, click here.
Please note CE’s are available only for classes participants attend live, not recorded sessions.


During this event two leading investigators in the field offer an overview of contemporary psilocybin research studies at Johns Hopkins, including findings on psilocybin for distress in cancer patients, for helping people quit smoking and in treating depression, as well as spiritual and wellbeing benefits in healthy volunteers. The role and effects of psychedelic-occasioned mystical experiences will also be discussed, along with a consideration of the broader history of the field, and its potential future impacts on mental healthcare and culture at large.

Click HERE to read Meet the Teacher: Bill Richards, PhD.

Click HERE to read Meet the Teacher: Albert Garcia-Romeu, PhD.

 

DISCLAIMER: The Open Center, its staff, and presenters do not endorse or encourage the use of psychedelics or any other substances. Substances discussed may be illegal in your country except under very specific circumstances, such as sanctioned medical studies. Any information presented in programs is for curiosity, education and research purposes only.

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Note: This program will be offered online. Sessions of all our online programs will be recorded and shared with registrants after each is completed for 90 days.

CE’S AVAILABLE

An Overview of Psilocybin Research at Johns Hopkins: History, Current State, Future
Seminar Code: NYOC-PR-006
Presenter(s): William Richards Ph.D. and Albert Garcia-Romeu, Ph.D.
Date(s): 3/8/21 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm EST
Metro: Live Interactive Online Webinar


Pricing Information:

Continuing Education Credits (2) $15.00
Please note this fee is for the CE certificate only in addition to the program fee – $40.00
For eligible professions and to purchase the CEs click HERE.
CE certificates will be eligible for download following the course completion at www.ceuregistration.com

The course content is suitable for all levels: Introductory, Beginning, Advanced.

There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program.


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WHAT YOU’LL NEED FOR THIS COURSE

  • Prerequisites: N/A
  • Supplies list for the class: N/A
  • Zoom Software Requirements: This is an online course that requires Zoom webinar software. Zoom is easy to use. Click HERE to make sure your computer is set-up correctly.

An Overview of Psilocybin Research at Johns Hopkins: Its History, Current state and Future Directions – 2 CE’S

21SCMH24E
  • 1 Session(s)
  • Mar 08 2021 07:00 PM EST

Members

$38

Non-Members

$45

Albert Garcia-Romeu, PhD is a member of the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Bill Richards, PhD is a psychologist with graduate training in religion.

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