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Ethics and Responsibility in Psychedelic Practice Q&A
January 11, 2024
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About this event
Come with your questions while also gaining essential insights into ethical considerations around Psychedelic Practice.
This Psychedelic Ethics Q&A seminar offers a thought-provoking exploration of the intersection between altered states of consciousness and moral responsibility. Through interactive discussion and reflections, participants will foster a deeper understanding of the ethical dimensions inherent in supporting altered states of consciousness.
Join the community conversation and receive practical guidance, as we collectively engage in a conscientious approach to psychedelic practices, fostering a community committed to responsible exploration and personal growth.
Are you a professional in the space looking for ethics training and mentorship? Check out our Ethics in Psychedelic Practice program starting in January 2024.
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How to prepare
Bring a question. Explore curiosities you have about storytelling.
Comfort. Make sure you are in a comfortable spot and grab some water before joining.
Space. Look for a quiet and distraction-free environment so that you can be fully present.
Dr. Sandra Dreisbach is Nectara's Director of Ethics. She holds an MA, Phd in Philosophy exploring ethical decision making and moral psychology.
She is an ethics advisor active in psychedelic integration, therapy, education and advocacy as well as a psychedelic facilitator, cofounder of Ethical Psychedelic International Community as well as leader of the Santa Cruz Psychedelic Society.
Sandra taught Bioethics at University of California, Santa Cruz for the Biomolecular Engineering and Philosophy Departments for the past ten years. She worked for many years in the tech industry primarily at Apple, and is a Reiki Master in multiple lineages.
Sandra focuses on listening and uplifting the voices and values of the psychedelic community especially the disenfranchised with the heart space intention of compassion and love.
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