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Canada, like many other countries, is currently in the grips of a mental health crisis, with one in two Canadians experiencing mental health struggles before the age of 40.

In response to alarming statistics such as this, new methods of treatment are actively being developed by healthcare providers and researchers, as data also shows that current treatments and services are inadequate to meet public need. One of these potential solutions is psychedelic-assisted therapy, a practice that combines traditional therapy with the use of psychedelic substances such as ketamine, MDMA, and psilocybin, in combination with traditional therapy, to facilitate and deepen healing and make improvements to daily life…

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