September 24, 2023 @ 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Jeannet Weurman

Psychedelic integration circle, run by Cambridge Psychedelics.

You may have used psychedelics and want to share meaningful or challenging experiences to help you make sense of them, or you may want to hear from others or have questions to help you decide whether using psychedelics is right for you.

As part of the group, you will be helping to create an inclusive, non-judgemental, confidential space for mutual support and learning. Although we will focus on use of psychedelics, we know that meditation, breathwork, and other, sometimes spontaneous, processes can also induce these states.

Please note that we are not a therapy group. We offer a facilitated peer support and sharing circle, which is held by a retired social worker training with the Institute of Psychedelic Therapy, a locum interfaith chaplain and a clinical psychologist. The maximum number of people at the moment is 10, but we may expand slightly in the future. The group is ‘open’, which means you can come as and when feels right for you.

It’s also important to say that, although we recognise the positive potential of the use of psychedelics, as a group we will work within the law. We don’t advocate the use of substances, and we want to ask you to only attend the group ‘sober’. Please don’t bring substances into the group or share information about illegal psychedelic services.

We meet the last Sunday of every month, 2-5pm. Please arrive a few minutes early to allow for a prompt start. Tickets are for sale through Eventbrite.

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