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07 Dec

Three Weeks Down Under: My Mind Medicine Australia Psychedelic Lecture Tour

I have just come back from a 3-week lecture tour of South-Eastern Australia supporting the cause of the charity Mind Medicine Australia (MMA).

30 Nov

Professor David Nutt’s Lecture Tour – November 2022

Mind Medicine Australia was delighted that Professor David Nutt, Head of Neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London, could come to Australia for 3 weeks in November 2022.

23 Nov

Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia: Zinevara’s Story with Changa and MDMA

In this blog series, we are sharing some of the healing stories from our recent book: Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia. In this blog, we share the story of Zinevara and her experiences with Changa and MDMA.

16 Nov

Dr David Gaskell CHE writes a letter in response to Vanessa

Dr David Gaskell CHE responds heartily to Vanessa's Letter and shares his experience as a doctor.

15 Nov

Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia: John’s Experience with MDMA, Psilocybin and Ayahuasca

In this blog, we share the story of Maree and her experiences with psilocybin and LSD.

09 Nov

Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia: Maree’s Story with Psilocybin and LSD

In this blog, we share the story of Maree and her experiences with psilocybin and LSD.

05 Oct

Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia: Kerry’s Healing with DMT

I gave up all my physical addictions and released my negative and destructive behaviours. I started yoga and Vipassana meditation, which developed my feelings of connection to source. I started to eat nutritious, whole foods and my health has drastically improved.

28 Sep

Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia: Charlotte’s Experience with Psilocybin

During the summer of 2019, I once again found myself searching for answers. I was visiting Joshua Tree in the United States on a road trip I had planned with friends to see a band tour concert.

14 Sep

Granny’s Trips by Kerry Soorley: How Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies saved my life

“Trauma by omission” as Gabor Mate calls it, was my childhood. I grew up feeling abandoned, rejected and with so much self-loathing and shame from the earliest of times and my memories have always been that I have been on a self-destructive personal path.

25 Jul

Mind Medicine Australia’s Progress and Achievements Since 2019

In our first three and a half years, we have made remarkable progress in growing public awareness of Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy in Australia. We are seeing a paradigm shift in the curiosity, acceptance, and interest in the use of psilocybin and MDMA-assisted therapy for depression, addiction, PTSD

20 Jun

A message from Dr Simon Longstaff AO

Few measures better reveal the character of society than its approach to those who suffer.

20 May

What legacy would you like to leave? Speech by Mark Turner MLA to the NT Parliament on Weds 18 May 2022

Today, I would like to ask the people in this room a simple question: What legacy would you like to leave when your time in parliament ends? I ask this question because, as parliamentarians, one of our key priorities is the health and well-being of the people in our electorate.

16 Feb

If the Medicine Works Shouldn’t We All Have Access to it? A Recent Poll of Australians Says Yes We Should By Scott Leckie and Tania de Jong AM

The painful COVID-era will fade but it will never be forgotten. This unanticipated period will be remembered for many things - death, suffering, economic and social disruptions and words like lockdown, iso, quarantine, social distancing, Zoom, omicron…

13 Jan

Social Media Attacks and Ethical Issues in the Psychedelic Sector – Why can’t we all get on together for the greater good? By Peter Hunt AM

Tania and I started Mind Medicine Australia three years ago because we wanted to help people who are suffering from mental illness, particularly treatment resistant mental illness.

22 Dec

Shadow Work and Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies by Nigel Denning

Shadow work is a term coined by Carl Jung, the Swiss Psychoanalyst and close collaborator of Sigmund Freud. It refers to working with all the aspects of the mind that are obscured or hidden from view. When we gaze up into the night sky we are often met by the glow of the moon.

02 Dec

Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia: Daniel’s Experience with DMT and Psilocybin

In this blog series, we are sharing some of the healing stories from our recent book: Psychedelic Healing Stories from Australia. In this blog, we share the story of Daniel, 39 y.o. Student (Mental Health/Addiction Studies) and his experiences with DMT and Psilocybin.

14 Oct

Will Australia take a lead in psychedelic therapy? By Kevin Ke

On September 30th 2021, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) of Australia published an eagerly awaited report on the use of psychedelics in treating mental health conditions.

06 Oct

The Ethics and Importance of the Role of Therapists in Working in Non-Ordinary States By Dr Traill Dowie and Nigel Denning

We would like to say something about the ethics and importance of the role of therapists in working in non-ordinary states.

02 Aug

Anyone for a Magic Mushroom Medicine? By Tania de Jong AM and Scott Leckie

How free are we if we don't have access to psychedelic medicines that could heal us?

07 Jun

Psychedelic Medicines: How My Journey Into The Jungle Changed My Life by Dr Alana Roy

My name is Dr. Alana Roy and for those who know and love me, Lani Roy. I am the National Practice Manager of Mind Medicine Psychological Support Services and the Co-lead on CPAT (Mind Medicine’s ‘Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies’). I am a Social Worker, Psychologist, Counsellor...

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