In a recent opinion piece written by Matthew W. Johnson of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, it is suggested that psychedelic researchers should take heed of three pitfalls that commonly arise in the practice of psychedelic medicine.1 According to Johnson, these challenges include 1) working with limited conceptions of ‘consciousness’; 2) introducing personal religious or spiritual…


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