Today at The Clinton: Thursday, Nov 14

Psychedelic Veteran: Telling the Story of Psychedelic Healing

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Portland Psychedelic Society hosts regular meetings and meetups in Portland, Oregon to discuss various facets of psychedelics — microdosing, macrodosing, therapeutic use, integration, science, arts, culture, spirituality, and more.

This is a “…find the others” group to connect with like-minded people who understand the value of psychedelics or want to learn more.

Portland Psychedelic Society is one of many psychedelic societies worldwide dedicated to creating community and raising awareness around psychedelic science.

Psychedelic Veteran: Telling the Story of Psychedelic Healing

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Ian Stout is a filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. While serving 15 months in Iraq he survived two roadside bombs, while close friends did not.

After 5 years of intense nightmares, and over 10 years on his own healing journey, he still felt hopeless for all of those still suffering. Watching the results come in from MDMA assisted therapy in MAPS' Phase II trials, showing that 68% of the test subjects no longer had PTSD after their 12-month follow-up, he quickly thought of the healing potential this could bring to so many of his veteran brothers and sisters.

This led him to start work on The Psychedelic Therapist, an upcoming documentary feature about the MDMA assisted therapy work happening right here in Portland, OR. Learn more about the film here: https://www.thepsychedelictherapist.com

Join Ian as he tells his personal story and reflects on how each of us in the psychedelic community can create fellowship, understanding and healing with our own unique psychedelic stories.

Please refrain from solicitation and illegal activities at PPS events. Please use common sense and be respectful of the organization and the event. Our events are about learning, sharing, and education. Illegal activities will not be tolerated at PPS events.

Special Admission

We are a volunteer supported organization and request/suggest a donation of $15-$20 to help cover the cost of the event and to support future events (no one turned away due to a lack of funds). Your participation is appreciated.