Chaplaincy and Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy: Opportunities and Barriers
Keywords:Chaplains and psychedelic care of patients.
There has been a resurgence of psychedelic use in health settings. It is important to have chaplaincy training and preparation to work with and along side the people are looking at use of psychecelics in care of oncology, hospice, trauma units, mental health settings. The article describes and explores how chaplains can be involved in the care of patients who are receiving psychedelic treatments as part of their care.
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