…psilocybin therapy opt-out
Dave: The introductory session to set the intention and to sort of get the parameters of what’s going to happen, the hallucinogenic session, and then the follow up seession… all of that is laid out in this statute you want voters to say yes to. In other words, it would be Oregon law that people would have to go to the follow up session?
Tom Eckert: That’s correct. I mean it would be optional, I mean ultimately it would be their choice if they followed up.
Dave: The police aren’t going to come to make you come and talk about your trip?
Sheri Eckert: Right
Tom Eckert: By services we mean that full sequence of sessions.
JPR: This is not a take it home kind of thing as cannabis is, I mean this is, you’re not going to have… the ability to do this in your own home, in your own time and space.
Tom Eckert: That’s right… what passed in 2020 wasn’t legalizing psilocybin like we talked about for distribution at dispensaries or something like that.
Jeff: It is a lengthy bill I read through the whole thing. It gets a lot of detail there.
Original Article (IJPR & OPB):
What the psilocybin people think about all the ‘opt-out’ votes across Oregon & Psilocybin therapy
Artwork Fair Use: Electrolito