#FloatForMaps

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What is MAPS?  
 

Founded in 1986 by Rick Doblin, Ph.D., MAPS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana. MAPS’ most recent study is using MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for the treatment of severe PTSD. To learn more, visit the MAPS website: maps.org


MAPS Success Treating PTSD
 

MAPS’ Phase 2 trials of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD had 107 participants, all of which had chronic, treatment-resistant PTSD. Patients in this trial had experienced, on average, 17 years of debilitating PTSD, limiting their quality of life, relationships, successes, and so much more. Upon completion of the trial, receiving only two to three sessions of MDMA assisted psychotherapy, 56% no longer qualified for PTSD at their 2-month follow-up. At the 12-month follow-up, 68% no longer had PTSD. To learn more about this study, go to: http://www.maps.org/research/mdma

Why Now?
 

 MAPS had breakthrough results on their Phase 2 trials of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD, and are now conducting Phase 3 trials, the final stage of research before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can approve a new prescription treatment. MAPS currently aims to submit its New Drug Application to the FDA in 2021 for approval. Drug development is expensive, but with our help, MAPS will be able to make this PTSD treatment widely available to the 25 million people in the world who are suffering from serious trauma.


Why Us? 
 

If you've floated before, you understand the powerful potential of spending time with your consciousness, devoid of stimuli, totally present to what and who you are. We believe floating to be the most powerful integration tool available to assist in the process of continued self-acceptance. One of the most compelling effects of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy is the treatment’s ability to break down mental blocks in the psyche, facilitating breakthroughs of radical self-acceptance in patients previously crippled by PTSD. We, as a float center, are wholly committed to facilitating mental, physical, and spiritual well-being--we believe in the power of honestly connecting to oneself and we see psychedelic therapy as an undeniably effective tool for doing so. Please join us in supporting this incredible research!