Trip Therapy: Neurochemistry or Psychology?

Neurochemistry and psychedelic therapy

During the preparation of trip therapy, we give advice to improve the neurochemistry in the brain of our clients. This is something that is almost never done in regular care. A psychologist will hardly ever do anything other than talk therapy. Yet neurochemistry, so all those chemical messengers, play a very important role in what you think and how you feel. Watch the following video why we treat neurochemistry in mental illness.

Neurochemistry and psychology

The way we think also influences which chemical messengers (neurotransmitters) are released in our brain, which chemical substances we get through food and that in turn influences our thoughts. So the circle is complete again and you notice that everything affects everything. If we address both the neurochemistry and the train of thought through psychedelic therapy and a preparation for the neurochemistry, the impact is greatest.

Neurochemistry + psychedelic therapy = trip therapy

Our service is a combination of as many good things as possible to allow both the body and the mind to work in a healthy way, whereby we do not see the body and mind as separate things. The first step is to complete an intake with a neurotransmitter test. Based on this, we will give advice to balance the neurochemistry before we do a psychedelic session.

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Trip therapy against depression, anxiety, stress, burnout and PTSD: Neurochemistry or psychology?

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Other names for psychedelic therapy: Ayahuasca, MDMA therapy, Truffle ceremony, mushroom ceremony, psilocybin ceremony.