Become a Therapsil Member

Become a Member, Join the TheraPsil Coalition

When you become a TheraPsil member you support Canadians in medical need in accessing legal psilocybin and psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy.

As a Member, you will:

  • Join a community of impact-driven patients, health care professionals, and supporters who are working towards the same mission: legalize psilocybin access for those in medical need
  • Receive detailed monthly membership newsletters which include updates not yet made available to the public
  • Gain free access to webinars and in-service offerings
  • Gain attendance to quarterly members-only meetings with our team where we share our latest wins, challenges and strategies
  • Are invited to our Annual General Meeting where you may vote for our Board of Directors and gain access to financial statements
  • Directly support our advocacy, public education, training and research through your annual membership fee

The TheraPsil coalition deeply appreciates your support and we look forward to having you join us.

To apply for membership visit our Community Webpage

  1. Select the membership type you are associated with: patient, practitioner, presciber or supporter
  2. Pay the membership fee associated via Strope **please note that Membership fees are renewed annually, but can be cancelled at any time
  3. Once payment is received, you will be added to our Monthly Email List and gain instant access to our community platform and the associated community groups and community-related activities.

The fee of TheraPsil’s Membership* is:

  • Practitioner: $400 annually or $40 monthly
  • Prescriber: $400 annually or $40 monthly
  • Patient: $105 annually or $11.50 monthly
  • Supporter: $105 annually or $11.50 monthly
  • In order to participate in our training programs, all participants must have a current, valid membership with TheraPsil.
  • Memberships are annual and must be renewed on an annual basis in order to maintain access to membership benefits and co-sitter, provisional, or associate status.
  • Membership fees are non-refundable after 30 days from the date of payment. If you wish to cancel your membership and request a refund, you must do so within 30 days of the date of payment.

By joining the coalition as a member, you:

  1. Agree to support the mission, vision and values of the coalition as described on our website.
  2. Make financial contributions that will be applied to achieve the goals of the Coalition
  3. Assume no liability for the Coalition's activities.
  4. Access year-end financial reports that will be provided to donors.
  5. Understand that TheraPsil will keep all members' information private, unless prior consent is obtained to share certain information is provided by the individual.

With your support, we hope to enact the following mission:

  • Patient Treatment: Establish safe, compassionate and legal access to psychedelic-assisted therapy for those in medical need.
  • Public Education: Increase awareness of general public and health care professionals about merits and limitations of psychedelic-assisted therapy.
  • Professional Training : Develop safe, simple and effective protocols for credentialed health professionals to deliver psychedelic-assisted therapy.
  • Clinical Research : Facilitate clinical trials in collaboration with Canadian and international partners.

The Coalition is a dedicated group of volunteers, healthcare professionals, policy-makers and community leaders with a common set of values:

  • Freedom of citizens to exercise their right to try therapies and make their own choices about their personal health and wellbeing
  • Courage to fight for that right
  • Compassion for patients in medical need and with a palliative diagnosis
  • Responsibility to mitigate suffering and promote well-being of patients

By joining the Coalition, your contributions will help us achieve our goals over the next year, these goals include:

  • Build and retain an exceptional operations team to expand our clinical and treatment capabilities, facilitating ‘Section 56 applications’ to the Ministry of Health for patients in need and connecting patients with qualified practitioners who can facilitate their treatment.
  • Conduct public education, communications and fundraising campaigns.
  • Support provincial and federal government correspondence, meeting with MLAs, Ministers and other health officials.
  • Establish strategic partnerships with other organizations to expand our core competencies of treatment, education, training, and research.
  • Fulfill day to day administrative needs and operation costs.