2022 Psychedelic Healing Summit
Program & Replays
A selection of non-profit organizations we'd like to highlight who are working to support this ecosystem
The Chacruna Institute for Psychedelic Plant Medicines promotes reciprocity in the psychedelic community, supports the protection of sacred plants and cultural traditions, and uplifts the voices of queer, Indigenous, and people of color, women, and the Global South in the psychedelic science field.
Fireside Project helps people minimize the risks and fulfill the potential of their psychedelic experiences through compassionate, accessible, and culturally responsive peer support, public education and research, while embracing practices that increase equity, power sharing, and belonging.
The Center for Sacred Studies is dedicated to sustaining ways of life based on collaboration and reciprocity with the Earth and all Her beings, through educational and community initiatives that holistically deepen spiritual and energetic knowledge on the path of dreaming a new world into being.
SoundMind Institute is a Philadelphia and Oregon-based training program for psychedelic facilitators dedicated to bringing equity, ethics, and innovation to the psychedelic ecosystem.
The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a research and educational organization whose mission, since 1986, has been to create a world where psychedelics and cannabis become available for safe, legal and beneficial uses, and governed by rigorous scientific evaluation.
Alma Institute is an Oregon-based psychedelic training and mentorship program whose mission is to strengthen and diversify the network of legal psychedelic facilitators by offering prioritized enrollment and certification opportunities to members of marginalized and low-income communities.
Kene Rao is a Peruvian non-profit that protects the intellectual property of the Amazonian Shipibo-Konibo tribe. This includes kené, abstract geometric patterns that express esoteric knowledge about consciousness that become visible in hallucinations from traditional ethnobotanical extracts.
The International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research and Service is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming society’s relationship with psychoactive plants by engaging with fundamental issues resulting from the globalization of ayahuasca, iboga, and other ethnobotanicals.
The Psychedelic Liberation Collective is working for the healing and liberation for Black, Indigenous and people of color (BI&POC), 2SLGBTQIA+ people, and all who are oppressed by structural inequality, through the mind-manifesting aspects of psychedelics, in an approach grounded in social justice.
Reconsider’s mission is to create a more conscious, connected way of life by supporting the emergence and integration of transformational medicines, including psychedelics, to address mental health and collective challenges, focused on veterans, first responders, healthcare workers and their families.
Pachamama Alliance works in partnership with the Indigenous people of the Sacred Headwaters of the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador to defend their land and culture and offers transformational trainings designed to shift the dominant culture of consumption to one that honors and sustains all of life.
North Star is a nonprofit shaping psychedelic business around psychedelic wisdom to develop a baseline commitment toward integrity, and through the North Star Pledge gathers stakeholders across the field in dialogue about integrity, ethics and transformational business models for psychedelics.
04/28/2022 5:00:00 PM
Rick Doblin, PhD
04/29/2022 5:00:00 PM
Xochitl Kusikuy Ashe
Sachin Patel, DC
Mary P. Cosimano
04/30/2022 5:00:00 PM
Saj Razvi, LPC
05/01/2022 5:00:00 PM
Hannah McLane, MD, MA, MPH
Hanifa Nayo Washington
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Manari Ushigua is a traditional healer and leader of the Sápara Nation in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The Sápara Nation is recognized by UNESCO as an “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.” Manari has been a key figure in the indigenous movement of Ecuador as the Vice President of CONAIE (The National Indigenous Organization of Ecuador) from 2013-2016, and as the President of the Sápara Indigenous Federation from 1999 to 2012. Manari has participated in international events, like COP21 UN Climate Summit and the UN Universal Periodic Review of human rights, raising awareness about the threat to his homeland. As a defender of indigenous rights, he has managed to conserve more than 276,000 hectares of primary forest threatened by extractive industries.
Manari is the co-founder of the Naku Center, creating a new economic model in the Amazon that is based around cultural and forest preservation.
He has also recently launched an education initiative. Shimaka was born to create curriculums of the forest knowledge to share with the outside world.