TheraPsil is helping patients to access medical psilocybin -
Help your patient to join Project Solace and access legal psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy.
What is Project Solace?
Project Solace is the world's largest medical psilocybin access and data project. This project aims to expand legal access to psilocybin for patients in medical need, while developing a substantial body of evidence, using a real-world data registry. The real world data registry will document clinical effectiveness, safety, and clinician and patient reported outcomes in patients who have received medical psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy via the Special Access Program.
What is Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy ?
Psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy refers to the professionally guided use of psilocybin (‘magic mushrooms’) in combination with psychotherapy.
TheraPsil’s clinical protocol encompasses careful medical oversight from trained multidisciplinary treatment teams with comprehensive psychotherapy before and after each psilocybin session. This therapy has been shown in numerous clinical studies to reduce existential distress, relieve depression and reduce or eliminate the fear of death.
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Please Note: WE ARE COMMITTED TO COMPLETELY LEGAL BEHAVIOUR in our advocacy of psilocybin for medical purposes. Recommending the therapeutic use of a psychedelic substance, providing psychedelic psychotherapy, or referring an individual to a therapist for psychedelic therapy is currently illegal, as these actions can open us to the criminal charge of aiding and abetting the possession of a controlled substance.