Call for Volunteers Open Now
Apply now to volunteer INSIGHT 2023: Psychedelics – Bridging Therapy, Research, and Society.
Thanks to the help of dedicated volunteers, our INSIGHT conferences provide the best possible experience for everyone involved. This is your chance to have a hands-on impact on the success of the event and to get a look behind the scenes.
Please take notice that we received over a hundred applications only in the first day. The Call for Volunteers will be open for two weeks, but please know that we cannot accept all candidates.
Call for Volunteers: 15 March – 31 March 2023.
About our Conference Tickets
The MIND Foundation’s INSIGHT conference series is at the forefront of psychedelic research and therapy. This year’s edition places an additional focus on societal topics such as secular spiritualities.
On-site tickets are available now but will soon run scarce – we recommend to secure yours as soon as possible.
We offer regular on-site tickets and a contingent of reduced tickets. We will soon also offer speakers tickets at significantly lower prices for all presenters. There will also be philanthropy and industry tickets – for updates subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
First speaker line-up of INSIGHT 2023
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With the feedback and experience from 2021, we will make INSIGHT 2023 even greater, for example, by adding new elements such as multilingual conference tracks, invited symposia, and policy interaction. Participatory formats will allow us to openly discuss the pressing questions of our time, such as:
How can we critically learn from the past and ongoing studies?
Which therapist trainings have evolved, and how to assess their quality?
What is needed to make the transition from scientific research to societal integration?
INSIGHT 2023 will also report results from the largest science-initiated psilocybin study so far: the German EPIsoDE trial.
We are building bridges between physicians and psychotherapists, researchers, and the psychedelic industry and closing the gap between practitioners and the academic world of psychedelic research.