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The Pearl Psychedelic Institute

The Pearl Psychedelic Institute is a nonprofit that aims to bring psychedelic-assisted therapy into mainstream practice through research, treatment, and training while reducing the barriers to patient access.

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  • As a token of our gratitude, donors will receive exclusive access to the documentaries: 

       "Psychedelia" by Pat Murphy and  "Hofmann’s Potion" by Carol Littlefield

         for an At Home movie night, accessible with the button below, the top of this         

          page, or through the link on our website menu. 🎥

  • Your contribution helps us reach our $5,000 goal for April, supporting our mission every step of the way. 🌟

  • Don’t miss your chance to make a difference and support The Pearl Psychedelic Institute today!

                                                                    CLICK HERE TO DONATE:

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Psychedelic Assisted Therapy

We are a non-profit organization committed to advancing the research, understanding, and safe administration of psychedelic substances for therapeutic purposes, with a focus on MDMA-assisted therapy & ketamine-assisted therapy. Our mission is to research, educate, and advocate for the field of psychedelic-assisted therapy with a deep respect for these medicines and those involved in this field of work. We collaborate with esteemed scientists, therapists, and educators to explore benefits of psychedelics in treating mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, and PTSD.

 

Through our work, we strive to bring to light the full potential of these medicines and their ability to transform lives. We offer educational programs and workshops to healthcare professionals, researchers, and the general public, aiming to increase awareness about psychedelics in the context of mental health. Ultimately, we advocate for the responsible and ethical integration of psychedelics into mainstream healthcare, working towards destigmatizing common misconceptions and revolutionizing mental healthcare for the betterment of individuals seeking alternative effective treatments.

Western North Carolina

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We accept and greatly appreciate donations to our nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible are used to further research and provide direct service to patients.

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