Lørdag den 16. september • 12:30 – 13:00
Mendel Kaelen holds a master’s in neuroscience from the University of Groningen and is now a PhD candidate at Imperial College London.
“Non-drug variables are considered important therapeutic components in psychedelic therapy. Examples of such variables are the psychology of the person undergoing the therapy (the “set”), the environment in which the therapy session takes place, and the music being played during these sessions (the “setting”). This talk will provide an empirical framework that outlines the therapeutic functions of music, and more broadly “set & setting”, in psychedelic therapy, based on neuroimaging research, clinical research and online longitudinal research.”