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MMA FREE Webinar Series – Psychedelic-assisted therapies for mental illness: why innovation is needed now, more than ever – 16th March 2022

With Dr Jennifer Loughman and Peter Hunt AM

Date: Wed 16 March 2022 @ 8:00pm
Location: Online

Don’t miss out – Get your tickets early!

Join this FREE, 60-minute online webinar to gain access to insights and learn about ground breaking treatments to chronic mental health conditions.

This educational webinar will also address a range of specific needs for regional Australia.

Presented by Dr Jennifer Loughman and Peter Hunt AM.

 

Topic: Psychedelic-assisted therapies for mental illness: why innovation in treatment is needed now more than ever

Date: Wednesday 16 March 2022

Time: 7:55pm for 8:00pm start – 9:00pm (incl Q&A) (AEDT)

The presentation WILL BEGIN AT 8:00pm.

Location: Online. A link will be emailed to you with the viewing details

Don’t miss out – Get your tickets early!

The Presenters

Dr Jennifer Loughman

FRACGP MBBS(Hons) BSc DipEd CMgmt

General Practitioner & Entrepreneur

Dr Jennifer Loughman is a GP, having trained in medicine at University of Sydney and Biochemistry at the UNSW. She is a graduate of MMA’s first ever CPAT course, and provided advise in the science and health areas of the Prime Ministers department. She is cofounder of a start-up company in Canberra, bringing a new diagnostic into the health space.

She currently offers personalised, caring GP consultations in Canberra, having spent many years working around the country focused on Indigenous communities, regional communities plus less common gigs such as prisons and quarantine facilities, as well as running her own occupational health clinic.

Her serendipitous exploration into the therapy-assisted psychedelic space (via CPAT training with MMA) has opened up an exciting new field of medicine, as she finds this therapy compelling when compared to existing treatments and disease definitions. She will never look at mental health problems and solutions in the same way again and is looking toward helping general practitioners finding their role in this exciting, healing space.

Peter Hunt AM

B.Com, LL.B

Founder & Chair of Mind Medicine Australia

As an investment banker Peter Hunt AM advised local and multi-national companies and governments in Australia for nearly 35 years.  He co-founded and was Executive Chairman of one of Australia’s leading investment banking advisory firms, Caliburn Partnership (now called Greenhill Australia) and continued as Chairman of the Firm after its sale to Greenhill Inc in 2009. Peter was a member of the Advisory Panel of ASIC and chaired the Vincent Fairfax Family Office.

Peter is an active philanthropist involved in funding, developing and scaling social sector organisations which seek to create a better and fairer world.  He is Chairman of Mind Medicine Australia which he established with his wife, Tania de Jong, in 2018. He founded Women’s Community Shelter in 2011 and remains on the Board. He was previously Chairman of So They Can, Grameen Australia and Grameen Australia Philippines. Peter is a Director of Project Rozana and an Advisory Board member of the Monash Sustainable Development Institute. Peter also acts as a pro bono adviser to Creativity Australia. 

Peter was made a member of the General Division of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List in 2010 for services to the philanthropic sector.

Disclaimer: Mind Medicine Australia does not encourage or facilitate illegal use of psychedelics or plant medicines. MMA focus is focused on clinical and legal use only supported by the emerging science and legislative processes. Mind Medicine Australia reserves the right to record and publish webinars on various social media platforms. You agree that you will not discuss any names, locations or specific details of illegal use of psychedelics both verbally or via any written forms of communication via Mind Medicine Australia social media platforms (for example Facebook, Instagram or Zoom private and public chat forms during a webinar). Breaches of these guidelines may result in not being able to participate in the event. We thank you for support and cooperation on these matters.

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