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The Newly Institute takes an evidence-based medical approach leveraging the power of legal psychedelics to provide innovative mental health treatment.  We administer legal psychedelic medicines and provide cutting-edge psychotherapy to help you heal your mind. 

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PSYCHEDELIC MEDICINE

The best current scientific understanding of psychedelic-assted psychotherapy points to it's effectiveness in dismantling deeply rooted psychological defenses, allowing people to gain insights into, and explore painful or traumatic memories in ways their brains would otherwise not allow.

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REFRAME YOUR UNDERSTANDING

When combined with appropriate preparation, psychotherapy and integration practices, psychedelics represent a powerful tool to help us heal from past traumas and make substantial improvements in our mental health. 

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HOW ECSTASY AND PSILOCYBIN ARE SHAKING UP PSYCHIATRY

Nature, January 2021

EFFECTS OF PSILOCYBIN-ASSISTED THERAPY ON MAJOR DEPRESSIVE ORDER 

 JAMA Psychiatry, Nov 2020

THE CURRENT STATUS OF PSYCHEDELICS IN PSYCHIATRY.

 JAMA Psychiatry, July 2020

MDMA-ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR TREATMENT OF PTSD.

Psychopharmacology, September 2019

KETAMINE: WHY NOW? AND WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Brain and Behaviour Foundation, June 2018

PSILOCYBIN FOR TREATMENT-RESISTANT DEPRESSION.

Scientific Reports, October 2017

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PSYCHEDELIC ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY

Psychedelics alter the way we interpret internal psychogenic stimuli.  Changes in neurotransmitter activity leads to down regulation of self awareness and inhibits recurrent negative thought patterns.  New synapses are formed in your brain inducing an unprecedented state or neuroplasticity, that sets the stage for you to break old patterns and learn skills to improve your life. 

 

Psychotherapy around the time of psychedelic treatment is a powerful tool that can help many re-frame the way their brain interprets internal stimuli, break harmful repetitive thought patterns, and provides a new lens through which patients can view their brain’s inner and often unconscious mechanics.