During this year’s virtual Burning Man, Zendo Project will be hosting a brief educational presentation and hosting the EntheoGeneration speaker series on September 1 at 11:30 AM PT. After our presentation, we’ll be talking with a few of our amazing long-time volunteers to discuss community, peer support, psychedelic-assisted therapy, and how psychedelic peer support is being applied and integrated beyond the world of festivals and events. This will be a free webinar, open to the public, and will be recorded for replay. Register here.
EntheoGeneration is a psychedelic-inspired speaker series born at Burning Man in 2019. For this year’s virtual Burn, we will host a single session focusing on community: best practices, stewardship, integration, integrity, accountability, and conflict resolution. Audri Scott Williams and Tony Moss will share their perspectives, insights, and wisdom during a two-hour conversation which will be free and open to the public.
The previous two years of talks are available on the EntheoGeneration YouTube channel, where you can watch talks by Rick Doblin, Ph.D., Alex Grey and Allyson Grey, Paul Stamets, David Bronner, Jim Fadiman, Dennis McKenna, Mitchell Gomez, Annie Oak, and more.
Zendo Project Community Council will take place during virtual burn week on September 2 at 5:00 PM PT. Register here.
Sara Gael, M.A., L.P.C.C., and Chelsea Rose, M.A., L.M.F.T., of the Zendo Project spoke in a free webinar hosted by our friends at Psychedelic.Support. Sara and Chelsea discussed the transformation of the Zendo Project from “a small group of committed volunteers to a compassionate care and education model that has supported over 6,000 individuals, provided education and outreach to thousands, and developed into a worldwide community.” Watch the video below.