Diversity at MIND

Our Commitment

At the MIND Foundation, we’re building a healthier, more connected world through psychedelic research and education. We understand that realizing this vision means making diversity and inclusion a priority, regardless of sex, age, ethnicity or social status, religion, sexual orientation, physical features, or disability.

MIND is proud to welcome people from all walks of life to get involved with our organization. Whether it’s making MIND programs more 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.

“I believe that the discourse on the psychedelic experience can immensely benefit from the contribution of a broad spectrum of perspectives. For this reason, MIND encourages an inclusive approach to psychedelic research and education. Our aim is to lay the groundwork for constructive dialogues with a solid foundation in science and critical thinking.”

Sergio Pérez Rosal, MD
Medical and Training Advisor

MIND Diversity
Program

The MIND Diversity Program is designed to make our programs more accessible, regardless of socioeconomic status.

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MIND Members Worldwide

The MIND Members Association embraces the wide variety of people that make up its community. We welcome people of all backgrounds and of any sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, culture, national origin, color, immigration status, sex, or religion.

The MMA is formed by more than 700 members of like-minded neuroscientists, medical doctors, psychologists, researchers, policymakers, artists, economists, students, and friends who support our vision and are committed to establishing the safe and legal therapeutic use of the psychedelic experience.

MIND members come from all over the world. Our community expands across five continents and consists of members from 34 nationalities living in 28 countries. This variety of people truly enriches our community and is only continuing to grow!

To learn more about becoming a member of our international community, click here.

Voices of MIND Staff

Perspectives on Psychedelic Research & Therapy

MIND’s Diversity Policies

The MIND Foundation adheres to the principles laid out in the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights, regarding equality, non-discrimination, and diversity. As we grow, we are continuing to further develop our policies to address the need for diversity within psychedelic research and education.