About the Psychedelic Society
The Psychedelic Society believes the conscious use of psychedelics can help create a more compassionate and joyful world through an appreciation of the unity and interconnectedness of all things.
Psychedelics have been used by humans for thousands of years for healing and spiritual development. After decades of misinformation, and outlawing on political as opposed to scientific grounds, the potential of these substances is starting to be recognised again. We exist to reinstate the public understanding of and access to psychedelics in the UK and beyond.
We support related practices, including meditation, breathwork, sound healing, dance, yoga, time spent in the wild and nondual contemplation, and offer many of these activities through our events programme.
We have close relationships with other organisations and individuals in the movement, including the psychedelic research teams at Imperial and King’s College London, the Beckley Foundation, DrugScience, Volteface, Transform and MAPS.
Pictured – From left to right: Ciara, Claudia, Stephen, Stefana, Josh, Gaia and Anya. Not pictured: Jen, Rhodri, Alana and Ivan
What we do
We facilitate Psychedelic Experience Retreats in the Netherlands to allow people to explore the transformative potential of psychedelics in a safe and legal environment.Learn more
Community & Events
We build the public understanding of psychedelics, and strengthen the global psychedelic community through hosting regular events including yoga, meditation, gong baths, dance and breathwork.Learn more
Campaigning for Access
We are currently calling on the UK government to reschedule psilocybin, to facilitate the development of new treatments for depression & anxiety.Learn more
Unless you have a need to contact a specific team member, please use of one the email addresses below.
|Nature of your enquiry||Email address|
|Experience Retreats, psychedelic experiences and psychedelic firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Events and email@example.com|
|Therapies and bodywork (not psychedelic therapy)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
Gaia Harvey Jackson