What we're about

The Madison Psychedelic Society is a diverse group of people who share an interest in psychedelic experience. We meet to discuss the history, culture, and science of psychedelics as well as to share personal experiences and offer friendship and support. In addition to conversation, we offer guest speakers, films, and opportunities for public outreach. We host several satellite conversations, please come to our meetings to learn more! Our group is public and open to all, and always looking for speaker and event ideas. Our meeting are safe spaces for all.

The Madison Psychedelic Society does not condone the use of illegal or controlled substances, and does not tolerate solicitation, use, or sale of controlled substances at our events.

Learn more at: www.madisonpsychedelic.com (http://www.madisonpsychedelic.com/)

COVID-19 Update: All our events will be held online for the forseeable future. We will also pass along online psychedelic events.

Upcoming events (2)

Drug Science - Women in Psychedelic Science - Part 2

Online event

[[*This is a secondhand invitation, to give you access to psychedelic info events around the world, and to boost the signal for other organizers. MPS will include correct details and direct contact information if possible, but is not involved with these events. Please direct questions to the event-specific organizers.*]] FROM: DRUG SCIENCE https://www.drugscience.org.uk/events/ "Part 2 of the Drug Science symposium to showcase the inspiring work of women in psychedelics. "The format is 10 minute presentations within two themed 55 min sessions. The first is chaired by Dr Meg Spriggs from the Imperial Centre for Psychedelic Research and will focus on clinical research. This will feature: Dr Sara Tai clinical psychologist and expert in psychotherapy in clinical trials of psychedelic medicine: Dr Katrin Preller an expert in the neurobiology of psychedelics, currently working on a clinical trial of psilocybin for alcohol use disorder. We finish the first session with a Q&A featuring Michelle Baker-Jones, psychotherapeutic counsellor and Leonie, a patient from Psilodep 1, the first Imperial clinical trial for depression in which Michelle was a guide. "The second session, as before, is on fieldwork and will be chaired by Dr Anne Schlag, Head of Research at Drug Science. This session features: Prof Nicole Buchanan a psychologist and expert in gender equality; Dr Kate Pate neurophysiologist, director of research at Heroic Hearts Project (USA) and combat trauma expert and; Sophia Vasiliou of Awakened Potential who has successfully completed a 3-year apprenticeship with a Shipibo shaman at the Ayahuasca foundation in the Peruvian Amazon. She will explain how she is bringing what she learned there to psychedelic healing in the West." Tickets are free. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-psychedelic-science-part-2-tickets-131034276047?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch&keep_tld=1

Drug Science - Student Psychedelic Conference

Online event

£6.00

[[*This is a secondhand invitation, to give you access to psychedelic info events around the world, and to boost the signal for other organizers. MPS will include correct details and direct contact information if possible, but is not involved with these events. Please direct questions to the event-specific organizers.*]] FROM: DRUG SCIENCE https://www.drugscience.org.uk/events/ "Drug Science Student Society, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, and The Southampton Psychedelic Research Society are proud to announce ‘The Student Psychedelic Conference’. This online transatlantic conference will take place over two days on 30th and 31st January." "We have secured a fantastic line up of speakers including Professor David Nutt, Dr. Beatriz Labate, Dr. Peter Hughes, representatives from the Conservative Drug Policy Reform Group, and Dr. Ben Sessa. See the full list of speakers at -> https://www.studentpsychedelicconference.co.uk/ " "Our wonderful panelists will be covering a diverse range of topics from patient experience of psychedelic trials, the impact of globalization of ayahuasca, and what psychedelics can tell us about the mind and brain. We will, of course, all be including some great talks on previous research on psychedelics as well as taking a look at the future of psychedelics." https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-student-psychedelic-conference-tickets-128479440465

Past events (87)

Street Drugs Discussions - Deep Dive On Therapy

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