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Dinner and Author's Reception

Don't miss this rare chance to meet Acid Test author Tom Shroder, and former Marine and MDMA-assisted psychotherapy study participant Nicholas Blackston. Acid Test is an historical account of psychedelics through the decades, finely woven with deeply personal experiences of the psychological repercussions of combat in Iraq.

Join Tom, Nick, and other visionary thinkers in conversation, along with good food, fine wine and warm hospitality.

Tickets: $175, proceeds will support psychedelic research.

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About PTSD


Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects 18% of our veterans, and 3% of the general population. Current treatments provide limited relief. Join us to find out about our promising therapy, and how substances that produce altered states can be catalysts for emotional and psychological healing.

In MAPS’ pilot study, 83% of the subjects receiving MDMA-assisted psychotherapy no longer met the criteria for PTSD; these benefits were sustained 3.8 years later.

About MAPS


The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.

Founded in 1986, MAPS’ highest priority is to develop MDMA-assisted psychotherapy into a prescription drug for PTSD. Studies are underway in Boulder, Colorado; Charleston, South Carolina; Tel Aviv, Israel; and Vancouver, Canada.

For more information, contact Virginia Wright, Director of Development: virginia@maps.org • (831) 429-6362 x107.

 

See you there!

 

This event is scheduled during the Horizons Conference, October 10-12.