MSc Student

Ada Kaluzna B.Sc.

University College London

Ada Kaluzna is a graduate student in MSc Mental Health Sciences at UCL, where she carried out an independent research project on the role of ego-dissolution and connectedness in the effectiveness of psychedelic therapy. Both at UCL and during her previous studies at the University of Birmingham and Waseda in Tokyo, she followed interdisciplinary curricula which allowed her to explore philosophical and psychological concepts, such as the nature of consciousness, from multimodal perspectives. Her research interests lie in innovative psychotherapies as well as their ability to facilitate social transformation

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