Our projects are geared to evidence-based practice and high quality science. Click on the link list below or the pictures above to read more about our current projects. These have a diverse audience like researchers, therapists, clients and users, prevention workforce and the general public. We are in the process of initiating further projects with and without the application of psychedelic substances. For this we are working together with Universities in and outside of Germany and our Scientific Advisory Board.
Sustainable, high quality projects are based on money. That being said, most of the current projects are in fact build on the engagement of volunteers – added by financial support from members and our first donors. Please join this group of philantropists with your small or larger donation.
In the future MIND plans to support external projects from the natural and social sciences as well as from cultural studies that improve our knowledge of the mind and the brain, psychotherapy or pharmacotherapy and every form of prevention research that helps to reduce harm and complications that dealing with the altered states of mind may induce.
MIND’s practice projects take place in the fields of prevention, psychotherapy training, public education, and membership development. They range from harm reduction to establishing safe and legal contexts for the mindful relationship to psychedelic experience like the Integration Circles.
Our Mindfulness Program intends to help build an attitude of mindfulness and apply it to the psychedelic experience. It addresses members and the general public. We develop and mediate a risk-competent attitude and a toolbox of therapeutic, preventive and (self-)educational methods. And we participate in the development of practice and evaluation projects that facilitate a mindful, best possible handling of the psychedelic experience (like the Integration Circles).