Welcome to the Tink Tink Club where we discuss the Psychedelic Renaissance with those most important to the movement.
Katherine Maclean is a cognitive psychologist with a PhD from UC Davis, and has been a postdoctoral research fellow and faculty member at Johns Hopkins University where she has conducted numerous studies with using psychedelics as medicine.
John Harrison is a psychologist with a specialization in Addiction Treatment and Personal Transformation and serves on the Board of Directors for the Global Ibogaine Therapy Alliance. He currently studies the efficacy of Ibogaine as a treatment for opiate addiction and works closely with patients to facilitate their recovery through preparation and integration.
Sara Gael - The Zendo Project
Sara Gael is the Harm Reduction Training and Education Coordinator for MAPS and a transpersonal psychotherapist at Naropa University in Boulder. The Zendo Project brings psychedelic education and harm reduction to festivals around the globe.
The Zendo Project
Ashley Booth is a psychedelic ambassador and the founder of the Aware Project. Go to awareproject.org for events, news, media, and information about how to get involved and how to spread the word about the future of healing.
StandUp911 (Ryan) is a social media activist and creator of Meeting of the Minds. Follow him on Instagram @StandUp911 for a regular dose of truth, consciousness, and inspiration and go to meetingofthemind.events and revolutionofthemind.org for more information about the global Meeting of the Minds movement.
Dan De Lion from ReturnToNature
Dan De Lion is a forager and herbalist that teaches at his school, Return to Nature. We discuss Dan's philosophies, the classes he offers, and how the proper diet can save the world. Go to returntonature.us for more information.
Right up my alley
I really love listening because I feel like I’m getting to know the community and the various perspectives. I have been disappointed in what I have found out there, however, in the way of being able to find anyone to help me have a therapeutic Psilocybin adventure so to speak. When I have found retreats etc..I have found them cost prohibitive for me. I know it’s not legal here in the US so that makes it tough. Would love to hear about ways to find help in Northern California!
We miss you!
Where have you awesome dudes done? We miss you in podcast land. It's important to keep the conversation going about positive psychedelic studies. The world is just beginnig to understand the importance of this topic. Come back!
Every show is a treat
This show, and every show is informative and well done. This is information I love to hear about. Thank you for the podcast.