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  1. Raquel Bennett, Psy.D. is a psychologist and a ketamine specialist from Berkeley, CA. She primarily works with people who are living with severe depression, bipolar disorder, and/or suicidal ideation. She is fascinated by the antidepressant properties of ketamine, and has been studying this for over seventeen years. She also has a long-standing interest in the psychedelic and mystical properties of ketamine, and the potential for this medicine to be used for spiritual exploration. Dr. Bennett is the founder of KRIYA Institute and the organizer of KRIYA Conference, an annual international event
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    Dr. Raquel Bennett

    Raquel Bennett, Psy.D. is a psychologist and a ketamine specialist from Berkeley, CA. She primarily works with people who are living with severe depression, bipolar disorder, and/or suicidal ideation. She is fascinated by the antidepressant properties of ketamine, and has been studying this for over seventeen years. She also has a long-standing interest in the psychedelic and mystical properties of ketamine, and the potential for this medicine to be used for spiritual exploration. Dr. Bennett is the founder of KRIYA Institute and the organizer of KRIYA Conference, an annual international event
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    Ifetayo Harvey

    Ifetayo first joined the Drug Policy Alliance as an intern in 2013 and has been an integral part of the Communications staff since 2016. She has shared her experience of being personally impacted by the drug war, and plays an instrumental role in developing DPA's voice and perspective with LGBTQIA+ audiences. As Marketing Coordinator, Ifetayo manages DPA's social media channels, and works in creative development, marketing, inventory management, distribution of promotional materials, and coordination and sponsorship of DPA's presence at third-party events. Ifetayo also contributes to digital a
  4. Ifetayo first joined the Drug Policy Alliance as an intern in 2013 and has been an integral part of the Communications staff since 2016. She has shared her experience of being personally impacted by the drug war, and plays an instrumental role in developing DPA's voice and perspective with LGBTQIA+ audiences. As Marketing Coordinator, Ifetayo manages DPA's social media channels, and works in creative development, marketing, inventory management, distribution of promotional materials, and coordination and sponsorship of DPA's presence at third-party events. Ifetayo also contributes to digital a
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    Eleonora Molnar

    Presentation: “Legal and Ethical Issues in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy” This presentation provided an overview of legal and ethical issues for therapists and their clients in Canada. While psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy has shown efficacy in clinical trials for numerous indications and substances, this type of psychotherapy currently remains illegal. However, clients are still interested in these treatments and may ask their therapists to provide them or independently seek out these experiences. Furthermore, therapists may want to advocate for access to these psychotherapeutic
  6. Presentation: “Legal and Ethical Issues in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy” This presentation provided an overview of legal and ethical issues for therapists and their clients in Canada. While psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy has shown efficacy in clinical trials for numerous indications and substances, this type of psychotherapy currently remains illegal. However, clients are still interested in these treatments and may ask their therapists to provide them or independently seek out these experiences. Furthermore, therapists may want to advocate for access to these psychotherapeutic
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