HEFFTER BLOG

A feature article in the December 2015 issue of Monitor on Psychology, a publication of the American Psychological Association, surveys recent developments in psychedelic science with an emphasis on Heffter-sponsored research. In “One Hit Wonder,” writer Kirsten Weir quotes Heffter researchers Roland Griffiths, Anthony Bossis, and Jeffrey Guss....

The California Institute of Integral Studies is offering a training program for medical professionals with an interest in psychedelic research and therapy. The program, which begins in the Spring of 2016, involves 180 hours of academic training with prominent faculty, many of whom are affiliated...

The New Yorker magazine offers a detailed and insightful examination of Erowid, the online clearing house for information about psychoactive substances. Writer Emily Witt visits the rural California home of Earth and Fire Erowid, the couple behind the hugely successful web site that attracts a...

In “The Psychedelic Dante,” an article in the February 6, 2015 issue of The American Conservative, writer Rod Dreher discovers parallels between the psychedelic experience and Dante’s Divine Comedy. Dreher begins by noting significant results in current psychedelic science with references to Heffter-supported research by Roland...

An article by Heffter researcher Matthew Johnson and his colleagues is bringing international media attention to the promise of psychedelic therapy. “Psychedelic Medicine: A Reemerging Therapeutic Paradigm,” published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, reviews the use of psychedelics for treating serious disorders including anxiety, addiction,...