Psych 215: Introduction to Psychedelic Medicine YouTube Recordings

Course description of PSYC 215B: Introduction to Psychedelic Medicine (Stanford, Winter 2022):
“The re-emergence of psychedelics has opened new explorations of brain, mind, and the treatment of mental illness. Research studies are underway globally investigating potential applications of psychedelics. This course will survey ongoing and developing scientific instigations and clinical applications of psychedelics and psychedelic-assisted treatments. Neuroscientific, clinical and psychological perspectives will be discussed as well as historical, legal, and cultural aspects of psychedelic medicine. Presentations will be given by the field’s researchers and clinicians. Attendees will be able to engage directly with speakers during the course. Course may be taken for one unit (lecture only, 5:30PM-6:30PM), or two units (lecture and discussion, 5:30PM-7:30PM). The course will be hybrid format; students may enroll in either the in-person version (section 1) or the synchronous zoom version (section 2); the sections are functionally identical in terms of credit and requirements. See syllabus for details.”