The MIND Foundation envisions a healthier, more connected world through evidence-based, safe, and legal applications of the psychedelic experience.
We support and conduct high-quality psychedelic research.
We work with policy makers to create safe and legal environments for the psychedelic experience.
We educate professionals and the public on psychedelic treatments, integration, evidence-based harm reduction and human development.
We mobilize communities to encourage beneficial, knowledge-based and risk-aware attitudes around psychedelics.
DIVERSITY AT MIND
MIND is proud to welcome people from all walks of life to get involved with our organization. Whether it’s making MIND Academy programs accessible, or warmly welcoming and encouraging a variety of perspectives within the MIND office, we are committed to bringing a focus to this important matter as our organization grows over the coming years.Learn More
One of the core tenets of the MIND Foundation is to facilitate human societal advancement in the direction of a Bewusstseinskultur, a culture of consciousness. Such a culture fosters working towards an understanding of the relational aspects of the human species to its surroundings.
It advocates a public discourse based on knowledge and openness, evaluating altered states of consciousness and their value for individuals and society, thereby empowering both.Learn more
The MIND Foundation team consists of a mixture of paid staff, active members, interns, and volunteers. The staff is supported by about 50 active members and a growing community of more than 600 members who are organized in the MIND Members Association. Our team is interdisciplinary and consists of medical doctors, psychologists, psychotherapists, neuroscientists, researchers with a background in cultural studies, entrepreneurs, philosophers, and students from a variety of disciplines.
MIND’s Scientific Advisory Board is a panel of independent experts. They are academic researchers and thinkers dealing with the human brain and consciousness, the transformation of society, psychiatric disorders as well as the sociocultural history of the psychedelic experience. They advise the MIND Foundation and assess the activities of the organization by means of the annual report.