Our most popular webinar is BACK!
From menstruation to menopause, there’s a lot of stigma around our bodies. In our society, people are meant to feel embarrassed about their periods or their desire for sexual pleasure. As we age, there’s no education or community support at all around menopause. Many people don’t even know what to expect or how to deal with it. And then there’s pregnancy. There hasn’t been much scientific investigation specifically into how psychedelics impact people who menstruate, at different phases of their life or, even, at different times of the month. Dr. Allison Feduccia is working to change that. In this webinar, we discuss how tripping might be different depending on where you’re at in your cycle, what we know (or don’t) about using psychedelics while pregnant, microdosing and hormones, how psychedelics may be supportive as we age, and more. As always, there will be time for questions from our community at the end.
If you cannot afford the suggested sliding scale, email [email protected] to be registered.
About Dr. Allison Feduccia
Allison Feduccia, PhD is a neuropharmacologist, psychedelic researcher, and a builder of virtual and in-person communities. She is the Co-Founder of Psychedelic Support and Project New Day. In these roles, Allison facilitates the spreading of evidence-based knowledge through online courses, connection to resources, and strategies for individuals to maximize the potential therapeutic benefits of psychedelics through safe and responsible practices. She began researching MDMA in 2004 and has worked on studies of psychedelics and mental health conditions at universities, NIH, and MAPS.
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