About ICPR 2016

What to expect at ICPR 2016?

What do anthropological studies tell us about the traditional, medicinal use of ibogaine and ayahuasca? What are the philosophical implications of profound altered states of consciousness occasioned by psychedelic substances? Can such states be measured? What do religious scholars have to say about this, and how do these states relate to their potential benefits for therapy? How can psilocybin be used as a tool to improve conventional treatments? What is the mechanism of action of MDMA? These are some of the topics that will be addressed at ICPR 2016. Make sure you don’t miss out, secure your early bird ticket by registering as soon as they become available. Find out how by subscribing to our mailing list!

Developments in psychiatry

Special attention will be paid to novel approaches for psychiatry. The therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs for conditions such as PTSD, anxiety, depression and addiction will be addressed. Specific attention will also be paid to psychological models, the influence of set and setting, how to develop protocols, ensure safety, train therapists and so forth, making this an innovative and informative conference, at the cutting edge of scientific progress.

Questions like ‘How can psychedelics be employed for therapeutic purposes?’, ‘In which ways can they be used to understand underlying brain mechanisms?’ and ‘What do neuroimaging studies tell us about brain dynamics and mechanisms of action?’ will all be addressed at the conference.

Networking, meeting people

A conferences serves multiple goals. Besides getting informed about the most recent progress in psychedelics research, ICPR is an important place to meet top notch researchers, to make connections, share ideas, work together and dream up new research plans. The conference location is ideally suited to facilitate this. To stimulate communication, traditional expert lectures will be supplement by interactive learning activities. Because no constructive sharing can be done on an empty stomach, a healthy, organic lunch will be provided at the conference location.’