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Psychiatry might need some psychedelic therapy

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Abstract

In historical and modern-day studies, psychedelic drugs have shown promise in managing a variety of psychiatric disorders, but their medical use has often raised controversies. The controversies have related to social, political, and legal challenges.
Johnson, M. (2018). Psychiatry might need some psychedelic therapy. International Review of Psychiatry, 30(4), pp.285-290.,10.1080/09540261.2018.1509544
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