Webinar Replay: Can Psychedelic Therapies Help Cure PTSD and Head Trauma Injuries?

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Professional athletes, veterans and researchers discuss growing evidence that psychedelics can be a game-changer for all forms of mental health.
 
In this panel our moderator: Grace Blest-Hopley, Ph.D. Research Director at Heroic Hearts Project UK, leads the discussion on the exciting and groundbreaking research that shows how psychedelic therapies are changing the way we head trauma. Our panel, which includes Jesse Gould, Founder and President of Heroic Hearts Project; Daniel Carcillo, ex-NHL player and Founder of Wesana Health; and Adam Bramlage, Founder and CEO of Flow State Micro. This is a wide-ranging conversation from those who have experienced the negative effects of TBI firsthand, as well as the positive effects psychedelics have had in treating them.
 
 
Combat veterans and professional athletes face different battles in their professional lives, but often have certain lingering effects in common. Many suffer from agonizing invisible scars that don’t easily heal, and can actually worsen long after the precipitating event or events. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) affect both groups, and conventional medicine long ago reached its limits. In this panel, we’ll hear about how psychedelic-assisted therapies are providing long-awaited relief to both the veteran and athletic communities.

Meet the Experts

Grace Blest-Hopley Ph.D.

Grace Blest-Hopley Ph.D.

Research Director - Heroic Hearts Project UK

Jesse Gould

Jesse Gould

Founder & President - Heroic Hearts Project

Daniel Carcillo

Daniel Carcillo

Founder Wesana Health

Adam Bramlage

Adam Bramlage

Founder and CEO - Flow State Micro

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