Frederico Cavanna, LPsy
Federico holds a Psychology degree from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and practices as a cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist as well. He is currently working as a doctoral fellow for the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) at the Laboratory of Computational Cognitive Neuroscience (www.cocucolab.com) at the University of Buenos Aires. There he is developing the link between the use of psychedelic drugs and the mental health of the consumers. Particullary, he explores the cognitive, behavioral and affective effects associated with the consumption of variable doses of serotonergic psychedelics, and addresses possible links between these, cognitive psychology constructs, and the psychotherapeutic practice.
‘Microdosing’ refers to the ingestion of very small doses of a drug in order to obtai…