The psychedelic revolution: Exploring opportunities and challenges for psychedelic microdosing therapy in a global context
Over the past few years, the number of people engaging in microdosing therapy has increased rapidly. Many individuals are seeking alternative treatments for mental disorders and exploring the potential benefits of using low doses of psychedelic substances such as LSD, psilocybin and MDMA.
On 25 May 2023, University of Copenhagen’s Global Health Section and the School of Global Health will host a panel debate on the topic of microdosing with psychedelics for the treatment of mental disorders. The focus of this debate is to discuss whether psychedelic microdosing therapy could play a role in the treatment of mental disorders on a global scale. This event will be a unique opportunity to learn more about this fascinating area of public health and engage with leading experts in the field.
The event is free and open to anyone interested. No registration needed.
- Anne Esther Boukris, Sociologist, Certified Psychedelic Integration Coach, Gestalt Coach
- Lena Skovgaard Andersen, Clinical Psychologist, PhD, Assistant Professor, Global Health Section, Department of Public Health, Director of the School of Global Health, University of Copenhagen and Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, University of Cape Town
- Mikael Palner, Associate Professor, PhD, University of Southern Denmark, and Researcher at the Neurobiology Research Unit, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen
- Signe Wegmann Düring, Psychiatrist, PhD, Postdoc, Associate Professor, Competence Centre for Dual Diagnosis, Copenhagen
Moderator: Dan Meyrowitsch, Epidemiologist, PhD, Associate Professor, Global Health Section, Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen