Mark Haden is chair of the board for the Canadian chapter of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). He, along with his colleges, are the ones working to lay the policy groundwork for the legal integration of psychedelics into society.
Mark is also Adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia School of Public and Population Health; has worked for the addiction services for 28 years in counselling, and supervisory roles; has been published in several reputable journals including the Canadian Journal Of Public Health and the International Journal Of Drug Policy; and was even awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for drug policy reform work in 2013.
In this episode, we talk about the current state of psychedelic research and what is holding ti back, as well as what regularity structure the society may create in the eventual release of psychedelics from their political prison.
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