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LSD Psychotherapy by Stanislas GROF, 1997

LSD Psychotherapy Stanislas GROF Hunter House Ed., 1979   LIST OF CONTENTS 1. History of LSD Therapy The Discovery of LSD and its Psychedelic Effects Early Laboratory and Clinical LSD Research Therapeutic Experimentation With LSD Studies of Chemotherapeutic Properties of LSD LSD-Assisted Psychotherapy The Need for a Comprehensive Theory of LSD Therapy 2. Critical Variables in LSD Therapy Pharmacological Effects of LSD Personality of the Subject Personality of the Therapist or Guide Set and Setting of the Sessions 3. Psycholytic and Psychedelic Therapies with LSD : Towards an Integration of Approaches The Search for an Effective Technique of LSD Psychotherapy Advantages and Drawbacks of the Psycholytic Approach Pros and Cons of Psychedelic Therapy 4. Principles of LSD Psychotherapy The Preparation Period Psychedelic Sessions Integration [...]

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Introduction, Psycholytic and Psychedelic Therapy Research 1931-1995, Torsten PASSIE, 1997

Psycholytic and Psychedelic Therapy Research 1931-1995 : Introduction (A Complete International Bibliography) Torsten PASSIE Laurentius Publishers, Hannover, Germany, 1997   1 . INTRODUCTION "The future may teach us to exercise a direct influence, by means of particular chemical substances, on the amounts of energy and their distribution in the mental apparatus. It may be that there are other still undreamt of possibilities of therapy" . Sigmund Freud The present bibliography includes nearly all publications on the psychotherapeutic treatment procedures which are referred to as "psycholytic" or "psychedelic" therapy and their foundations. The methods in question use the psychic activating properties of specific substances to reinforce psychotherapeutic treatments. Some appropriate [...]

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Developing Guidelines and Competencies for the Training of Psychedelic Therapists, Janis Phelps, 2017

Developing Guidelines and Competencies for the Training of Psychedelic Therapists Janis Phelps Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 2017, 1–38 DOI: 10.1177/0022167817711304   Abstract Research since the 1950s has shown that psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy has had significant positive effects in reductions of specific clinical symptoms and increases in quality of life as measured on a variety of indices. The intensity of focus on evidence-based outcomes, however, has resulted in a paucity of active discussions and research on the core competencies of the therapists themselves. The context of the history of psychedelic research reveals how this neglect of therapist variables occurred. With current discussions of Phase 3 and expanded access [...]

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