How clinical trials are making the case for MDMA in psychotherapy

“This is not a ‘take three pills and call me in the morning’ kind of situation,” Burge said, “At no point will people go to the pharmacist, for example, and pick up a bunch of MDMA and go home and try it … Rather, this is a 12-week course with introductory psychotherapy sessions and then MDMA combined with psychotherapy in whole-day treatments.”

“MDMA expands awareness and produces feelings of trust and intimacy. It also reduces fear. All these things could make it really helpful for psychotherapy,” -Brad Burge (Director of strategic communications at non-profit MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies)

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How clinical trials are making the case for MDMA in psychotherapy
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