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Australia's first book of psychedelic healing stories

Please submit your testimonial before the final deadline: Friday, April 30th 2021.

Mind Medicine Australia wants to reduce suffering from mental illness by expanding the treatments available.

Legislation, regulation and science are just one part of the story, though. We need to share stories of healing and hope with the whole of Australia.

We’re putting together a special book about psychedelics in Australia – filled with incredible stories of people just like you. People who’ve changed their lives through psychedelics like psilocybin and MDMA.

Your story will help us give hope, change minds, raise awareness, reduce stigma, and increase support for psychedelic therapy.

Your story will be confidential, you decide how much information you would like to share.

You can use a pseudonym instead of your name if you want. We’d like to collect information such as age, occupation, gender, and age of experience to make your story relatable. You can even attach a photo, but you don’t have to provide this information if you don’t want to.

We do need your email address for communicating with you about your story, but this is kept confidential. Read more about what happens to your information at the bottom of this page.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the editor, Genevieve here.

Please submit your testimonial before the final deadline: Friday, April 30th 2021.

If your story is selected for publication in Mind Medicine Australia’s Psychedelic Healing Book, the information published with your story may include your first name/nickname, vocation, age of experience, type of medicine, and/or gender. For all submissions, your email address will remain private and confidential and will only be used by the editor to contact you in the following circumstances:

  • To inform you that your story has been longlisted, shortlisted and/or selected for publication
  • To clarify or request more information about your story
  • To send you additional information about your submission or the project
  • To request your permission to use your story/information in other ways e.g. as a testimonial in marketing and other communications, for inclusion in a research project etc.

Your express written permission will be sought and followed up by a ‘request for consent’ form for any additional usage of your story/information. Please get in touch with the editor, if you have any further questions or would like more information.

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