MAPS Bulletin Spring 2019: Vol 29, No. 1

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Secret Garden | Autumn Skye
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Our Mother of Invention | Autumn Skye
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1Table of Contents 
 Cover Artist: Autumn Skye  
2Introductory Note from Guest Editor Bia Labate, Ph.D.Bia Labate, Ph.D
3From the Desk of Rick Doblin, Ph.D., MAPS Founder and Executive DirectorRick Doblin, Ph.D.
4Research News 
7MAPS in the Media 
8Beautiful Flowers: Women and Peyote in Indigenous TraditionsStacy B. Schaefer, Ph.D.
14A Hidden History of Women and Psychedelics
Mariavittoria Mangini, Ph.D., FNP
18Archetypes of the Feminine in Psychedelic Peer SupportBrooke Balliett, LMFT and Sara Gael, M.A.
21Breaking the Mold: Reflecting on Our Experiences in Same-Gender Therapist Teams with MDMA-Assisted TherapyAnne Wagner, Ph.D., C.Psych. et al
24MAPS MDMA-Assisted Therapy Code of EthicsMAPS
28Ethical Considerations for Psychedelic Work with WomenKylea Taylor, M.S., LMFT
32Upholding Consent in Psychedelic SpacesAnnie Oak, M.S.
34Ayahuasca Community Guide for the Awareness of Sexual AbuseEmily Sinclair, Ph.D. (C) and Beatriz Labate, Ph.D.
37What Can We Learn From Studying Psychedelics in Special Populations?Clancy Cavnar, Psy.D.
39Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy with Transgender and Gender Diverse IndividualsJae Sevelius, Ph.D.
42Reflections on Personal Experiences in Psychedelic Training and ResearchVeronika Gold, M.A., MFT.
45Returning Home: The Art of IntegrationFrançoise Bourzat, M.A.
48Paradigms of Ketamine TreatmentRaquel Bennett, Psy.D.
50Health Equity In Psychedelic Medicine: Advancing Practices for People of ColorSara Reed, M.S.
52Heal Thyself: An Interview with Magaly MauerJennifer Bleyer
54Gender Equity in Cannabis and PsychedelicsBetty Aldworth
56Usona Institute: The Path Toward Psilocybin and Depression Clinical TrialsPenny Patterson
58MAPS: Who We Are 
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