An investigative series from New York magazine. Season One: Power Trip. Psychedelic therapy is going mainstream. But are we overlooking a pattern of deception and abuse among some of the movement’s leaders? And it’s not just in the psychedelic underground. In the second half of the series, we investigate some of the above ground institutions working to legalize psychedelic therapy. Cover Story, Season One: Power Trip, returns March 1st. From New York magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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So. Should YOU do psychedelic therapy? In the last episode of Power Trip, we get a lot of different answers to this question. Plus, we catch up with some of the people we met throughout this season who fight like hell to get people and institutions t... more
Since the publication of Michael Pollan’s bestseller, How to Change Your Mind, more people than ever have gotten comfortable trying psychedelics. And a few of them have died. We look into two cases and ask, who’s responsible for warning people about ... more
Meaghan gets a hold of the clinical trial data and she and Dave and Lily pull it apart. Why are the studies so small? What actually happens in the black box of therapy? Why can't the trial participants find their actual experience reflected anywhere ... more
I’m enjoying this so far. The reporting and production are excellent, and this feels like an important aspect of the psychedelic revolution story that needs to be told. more
Love his podcast! iO and Lily are amazing! I’ve taken psychedelics for years. I am truly shocked at some of the techniques that the so-called healers are using. Predators come in all shapes and forms.
I’ve never seen what seem to be fake reviews meant to take down a podcast. Why? This well done, and an important listen as the psychedelic healing trend continues to grow.
Why are people hating on this? From what I see, people who are super pro-therapy with psychedelics and other healing, they are afraid of the bad press or pulling the "there bad apples in other therapy too" card. Yes that's true AND that doesn't discount how this particular field is rife with problematic KEY PLAYERS. Worth every investigation.
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