What is set and setting in psychedelic therapy, and why does getting the environment right matter? This summary of a published research article explains the importance of achieving the right set and setting.
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Wavepaths brings together decades of expertise on the therapeutic use of music in psychedelic therapy and the development of music itself as medicine. Through continuous research programs and academic partnerships, Wavepaths develops the empirical evidence base for the field, continuously optimising content, systems, and protocols before making products and services widely accessible.
We have completed several research projects assessing the neurobiological and psychological mechanisms of transformative experiences facilitated by generative media. We aspire to publish all our findings open-source. You can access our library of research as it develops below.
The neurobiological mechanisms underlying the interaction between music And psychedelics and their effect on the brain.
What is psychedelic therapy? Does psychedelic therapy work? Wavepaths answers these questions and more in this ultimate guide to understanding psychedelic therapy.
At this moment of resurgent interest in psychedelic therapies in the West, a more rigorous understanding of the influence of context is vital in order to maximise therapeutic efficacy and reduce the potential for harm.
Music has a significant influence on psychedelic therapy. With further research into how music interacts with an individual patient’s personality traits and psychological states, it should be possible to maximise its positive effects.
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