Dr. Ben Sessa lecture: MDMA – Could it have been designed with psychotherapy in mind?

Tuesday, 28th February, 2012

October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AL

Please RSVP on Facebook (afraid so) so that they can anticipate numbers – Please pay on the door.

Entry £7 / £5 Concessions

Arrive 6pm for a 6:30pm Start – Wine available.


Dr. Ben Sessa will discuss: Psychedelic drugs in medicine – very brief history / The history of therapeutic MDMA / How MDMA works to enhance psychotherapy / The scourge of PTSD / Risks and relative safety of MDMA / Challenges to the clinical use of PTSD / MDMA, Politics and Medical Research / The future for psychiatry. In Ben’s view this is not a controversial subject – such is the overwhelming evidence for the safety and efficacy of clinical MDMA use, but others may disagree. Please join the debate.

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2 thoughts on “Dr. Ben Sessa lecture: MDMA – Could it have been designed with psychotherapy in mind?

  1. I live in Southern California, within the United States. I’m am incredibly fascinated with Dr. Sessa’s discussion & further research, as I pray this may save my life. Health forbids me to attend. Will the discussion be viewable via web?

    Thank you much,

    R Barrios

    Posted by R Barrios | February 17, 2012, 18:31


  1. Pingback: Breaking Convention: MDMA Debate – Its Place in Medicine, Society and Politics « Black Poppy's Junk Mail - March 15, 2012

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