MUSHROOM DAY with APS-Sydney
Date and Time
Eastern Avenue Auditorium
Camperdown NSW 2006, Australia
The Australian Psychedelic Society - Sydney will be hosting a mushroom themed event on June 30th at the Eastern Avenue Auditorium, University of Sydney.
DR MARG ROSS
Marg is a consultant clinical psychologist and the clinical lead in Australia's first ever psychedelic clinical trial. The trial will be based at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne and it will investigate the ability of psilocybin-assisted therapy to alleviate anxiety and depression in terminally ill cancer patients. Marg will be talking about how the study will run, whilst addressing the rationale for how psilocybin works to alleviate such anxiety.
BOB OTIS STANLEY
Bob is one of the core founders of the Decriminalize Nature Oakland - the organisation behind the successful campaign to decriminalise personal use of psychedelic plants and mushrooms in Oakland. Bob is a life science informatics and molecular biology researcher and steward of Oakland's Sacred Garden Community. Bob will talk to us about the Oakland resolution text, providing insight into what happened in the campaign, and where to next.
DR SIMON BECK
Simon was previously a senior psychiatric registrar and research assistant investigating the use of ketamine for depression. He is passionate about fungi of all kinds and runs educational events teaching mushroom identification. Simon will be discussing psilocybe mushrooms of Australia. He will go into details on how to identify various psilocybe species using habitat, climate, and morphology. This will help distinguish psilocybe mushrooms from other common look-a-likes.
Psilokroety is a research scientist, who has been interested in edible mushrooms for more than 15 years. He will be presenting a workshop on the inoculation and growing requirements for oyster mushrooms. Be sure to bring your notepads!
Refunds are available 7 days prior to the event
Australian Psychedelic Society
The Australian Psychedelic Society (APS) is an organisation seeking to connect Australia's psychedelic community to benefit, enjoy and contribute to their culture in a safe and supportive environment. The APS is part of a larger global movement with psychedelic societies already established in several places in the USA, UK and other European nations. By creating a cohesive network, it is hoped that changes in drug policy, education and use will be established based on evidence-based information, rather than fear-based propaganda.