The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a non-profit organisation founded in 1986, by Rick Doblin, with a mission to develop medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.
MAPS is dedicated to funding and conducting scientific research on the medical use of psychedelics and marijuana, with the goal of developing FDA-approved prescription medicines. The organization has been involved in several studies on the use of psychedelics to treat conditions such as PTSD, anxiety, and depression, with promising results.
MAPS also works to change public policy and attitudes towards psychedelics and marijuana by educating the public about their benefits and risks. The organization regularly publishes research studies and articles in peer-reviewed journals, and hosts conferences and other educational events to promote a better understanding of these substances.
MAPS is also committed to providing support for individuals who have been harmed by the criminalization of psychedelics and marijuana. The organization works to promote harm reduction and to reduce the negative consequences of current drug policy.
Overall, MAPS is a reputable and well-respected organization that is dedicated to advancing the understanding and therapeutic use of psychedelics and marijuana for the betterment of individuals and society.
MAPS has trained the MDMA-AT therapists and works together with other organisations in training more therapist. In 2023, they will also start offering other courses for the general public.
- Teaches: Globally
- Website: https://maps.org/product-category/learning/