Our Team

We are a group of healthcare professionals, patients, and advocates who are dedicated to making psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy available to Canadians suffering from end-of-life distress.

Join Our Team

There are currently no open positions. Please keep checking back on this page, or stay tuned on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin for future opportunities to join our team.

Board of Directors

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Operations

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Clinical Advisors

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Advisors

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Committees

We are grateful to have several committees that shape and drive the organization, including:

Training Committee, Nurse Subcommittee, Treatment Committee, Community of Care and Practice Committee, Ethics Committee

(TheraPsil) The nonprofit organization is committed to providing high-quality clinical care and maintaining the integrity of its treatment and training protocols. As such, the organization expects all its members to adhere to its policies on clinical excellence and professional conduct.

The Ethic Committee is responsible for addressing any transgressions related to their training program that violate the organization's policies. This includes instances of professional misconduct, breaches of confidentiality, or other violations of the organization's clinical protocols.

TheraPsil’s team operates as visitors in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, the unceded homelands of the Lək̓ʷəŋən peoples, represented by the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ Nations. Our team also works from unceded səl̓ilwətaɁɬ təməxʷ (Tsleil-Waututh) Territory in North Vancouver, BC and unceded Anishinabewaki & Haudenosaunee Territories in Toronto, ON. To identify the unceded Traditional Territory you are a guest on, visit Native-Land.ca.

As a team composed of mostly settlers, we acknowledge, with peace and respect, that we are visitors and guests on this land. We also acknowledge that the substances we advocate for, in a western-medical context, psilocybin mushrooms, have been used for thousands of years by Indigenous communities across the globe for healing and ceremonial purposes. The modern psychedelic-therapy movement would not exist without Indigenous knowledge keepers who are the original custodians of this medicine.

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