Our Facility

The Pearl Psychedelic Institute has a beautiful facility in Waynesville, North Carolina. The space provides a healing and therapeutic environment. Take a look below!

Expanded Access Treatment Room

Expanded Access Treatment Room, The Pearl Psychedelic Institute

The Pearl Psychedelic Institute is very fortunate to have artists donate their work to help create our unique and colorful environment. Their artwork hangs proudly at our facility. Thank you to the artists featured below!!

Alex Gray, “Cosmic Artist”
Mike Dubois, "Celtic Tree"

Mike Dubois, "Celtic Tree"

Mike's website is www.mikedubois.net

Alex Grey, “Cosmic Artist”

More of Alex's work can be found at 

https://www.alexgrey.com

Dawn Eareckson, “Diagnosis 2” and “Diagnosis” (right)

Dawn Eareckson, “Diagnosis 2” and “Diagnosis” (right)

Dawn's website is https://dawn-eareckson.pixels.com

Tim Scheaffer "Water Study"
Allyson Gray, “Realms of the Unpronounceable”

Allyson Grey, “Realms of the Unpronounceable”

Allyson's website is https://www.allysongrey.com

Tim Sheaffer "Water Study" 

Check out a cool video of Tim creating this

beautiful piece here & Tim's website is https://www.timsheafferdesign.com

And a huge thanks to Jeannie at Village Framer in Waynesville for donating some beautiful frames for our facility - check them out at the link below!

The Pearl Psychedelic Institute
The Pearl Psychedelic Institute

"We are sneaking psychedelics back into our society through research like the MDMA research that's going on, through the research for the use of marijuana for pain, through research with the dying (with psilocybin), and ultimately we will do the same kind of stuff about alcoholism, about prison rehabilitation, so on, I mean its obvious that psychedelics, properly used, have a behavior-change psychotherapeutic value. But from my point of view, that is all underusing the vehicle. The potential of the vehicle is sacramentally to take you out of the social constructs which you are a part of a conspiracy in maintaining. And giving you a chance to experience once again your innocence."

Ram Dass

Photo: "Mother of Pearl" by Jennifer Ragan