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NOW WE EXPLORE.

Investigating the variables of healing

at the intersection of psychedelics

and mental health. 

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Thank you for being here.

My name is Lianna Tullis-Robinson, MA, DTLLP
I am a doctoral student and psychedelic researcher who specializes in compassion-focused cognitive therapy

PURPOSE STATEMENT

The promise of the psychedelic renaissance and its ensuing revolution towards psychotherapeutic care have instilled a sense of hope for more efficient and client-friendly forms of mental health treatment. Putting forth the effort and support for foundational and investigative research in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy is pertinent and relevant, as the call for more efficient mental health treatment resounds in our modern world. This includes formulating foundational research from which standardized care and supervision increase accessibility and inclusivity to plant medicines as intelligent complements to psychotherapy. 

INCLUSION AND EQUITY
IN PSYCHEDELIC RESEARCH

The history of psychology and psychotherapeutic care calls into question whether this oncoming psychedelic renaissance will revitalize or repeat inequitable practices in terms of BIPOC clients’ access to psychotherapeutic care, BIPOC participant inclusion in contemporary research on psychedelics, and culturally competent training and treatment. A call to action for the inclusion of antiracist and critical race practices in clinical work, especially those including entheogen integration, ensues to uphold and preserve multicultural values and ethical psychotherapeutic practice in the face of this new form of treatment . 

RESEARCH PROJECTS

I'D LOVE TO LEARN MORE...
LET'S FORM A CONNECTION

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Asé

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