Psychedelics Education for Mental Health & Addiction Professionals

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(v) to heal.

Welcome to Sana Symposium. We are your premier resource for staying up to date on the latest clinical advances in research breakthroughs and expert-guided strategies in the field of psychedelic therapies.

Join the movement - the field of psychedelics is evolving quickly. We invite you to join our global network of motivated clinicians and renowned experts to participate in this unique, online, educational experience. Get ready to immerse yourself in diverse perspectives about the successful practice of psychedelic therapies across psychiatry, psychotherapy, and addiction treatment. Discover promising results in utilizing this new treatment option to treat mental health disorders including major depression, anxiety, and PTSD.

Now is the time to prepare you and your practice for this next wave of revolutionary treatment. More information about our 2024 program coming soon! Join our mailing list to be among the first to receive important updates.


Gain the confidence and expertise to effectively guide patients interested in psychedelic therapies, and set the stage for a smooth transition of this new treatment option into your practice.

  • 300+
  • 12+
    Innovative Sessions
  • 15+
    Expert Faculty

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Sana Symposium serves as the premier forum to connect members from three key fields of practice—psychiatry, psychotherapy, and addiction treatment— with cutting-edge, expertly crafted psychedelics education sessions.

Who Should Participate?

Sana Symposium content is designed and accredited for all members of the mental health and addiction treatment community. A virtual environment where you can expand your perspective, explore innovative ideas, and take part in a diverse program where efficiency and effectiveness are paramount.

  • Psychedelics, when used wisely, have the potential to heal us, help inspire us, and perhaps even save us."

    Rick Doblin, PhD
    Founder & Executive Director, Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
  • Psychedelic agents have a long history of human use, almost always reserved for sacred rituals. The reason for that is because they induced very profound changes in perception, thought, and feeling."

    Charles Raison, MD
    Co-Chair, Director of Clinical and Translational Research for Usona Institute

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