This week! Video Release of 'Translations and Transformations' and Q&A for 'Envisioning Harm Reduction Models Outside of Clinical Spaces'
This week we are excited and honored to share our final presentation panel, “Translations and Transformations.” This panel features the following presentations:
Portable Syntonic Liminality: Psychedelic Use by People with Psychosis History
Including Bipolar People in Psychedelic Research
Robert Drake/Drake Ewbank
A Map in the Sparkling Aftermath: The Mind’s Dimensional Terms
SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO OUR PANELISTS
After watching the videos, we invite you to share questions and comments to our panelists via this FORM, which will remain open from Saturday April 3rd-Friday April 9th. The panelists will meet to discuss these questions in mid-April and a recording of that conversation will be captioned and posted on the website later this month.
‘ENVISIONING HARM REDUCTION MODELS OUTSIDE OF CLINICAL SPACES’ PANEL Q&A DISCUSSION NOW AVAILABLE
Earlier this month, the panelists for “Envisioning Harm Reduction Models Outside of Clinical Spaces” gathered to discuss audience questions and comments submitted through our website form. This conversation -- with Alan Ashbaugh, Rose Dawydiak-Rapagnani, Sara Gael, Jared Lindahl, Julie Puttgen and moderated by Derek Pyle -- is now available to view. Many thanks to the panelists for their contributions to the conference!
PLEASE DONATE AND HELP SPREAD THE WORD!
As always, please help us spread the word about the conference using the hashtag #PsychedelicMadness2021.
Please also consider donating to our GoFundMe campaign if you are able. We are deeply grateful to those who already have!
FORMS NOW OPEN FOR THE FOLLOWING DISCUSSION PANELS
We invite you to submit questions related to the following themed Discussion Panels. The speakers will meet in April to discuss your questions:
The Madness of the Gender Binary (form open until April 7th)
Psychiatric Abolition (form open until April 16th)
Next week, on Saturday April 10th, we will release the Q&A for Presentation Panel 6 (Earth Visions, Psychedelics, and Harm Reduction), as well as the recording of our first Discussion Panel, Abuses of Power in Psychedelic Spaces, a conversation between Laura Mae Northrup and Lily Kay Ross.
For now, many many thanks everyone, and especially to the captioning team and to this week’s contributors to the conference: Rachel, Benjamin and Drake!
The PMA2021 Organizing Team