Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is normally my job to deconstruct world-class performers of various types, of all ilks.
In this special episode, the tables are turned. Instead of interviewing someone else, I am interviewed by two experts on several topics I’ve both studied and supported, including psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and what it can do to heal trauma and—broadly speaking—possible futures for mental health. This audio was recorded on a new show, The Psychedelic News Hour, soon to be a podcast, and I’m in conversation with two people: David Rabin, MD, PhD, (@drdavidrabin), a board-certified psychiatrist and neuroscientist, executive director of The Board of Medicine, and co-founder of Apollo Neuroscience, and Molly Maloof, MD, (@drmolly.co), a physician, Stanford lecturer, and ketamine-assisted psychotherapist.
This episode was recorded on Clubhouse, an app still in private beta and defined by their tagline: “Clubhouse is a space for casual, drop-in audio conversations—with friends and other interesting people around the world.”
One final note: I recorded this on my phone, a necessity for using the app, so the audio quality isn’t studio quality, but it was polished as much as possible. Thank you for understanding, and thanks to everyone who joined and asked thoughtful questions.
This episode is brought to you by the book How to Lead by David Rubenstein.
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Want to hear another podcast discussing psychedelics? Listen to my conversation with Rick Doblin, the founder and executive director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).
SELECTED LINKS FROM THE EPISODE
- The Psychedelic News Hour
- Dr. David Rabin MD, PhD
- Dr. Molly Maloof MD
- Silicon Valley and Wall Street Elites Pour Money Into Psychedelic Research | Wall Street Journal
- MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy Study Protocols | MAPS
- Rick Doblin, PhD
- Capstone Challenge Unlocked: Over $10,000,000 Raised in 70 Days
- How MDMA Is Being Used to Treat PTSD | The Economist
- How the War on Drugs Has Harmed Veterans with PTSD | Time
- The Secret Chief by Myron J. Stolaroff | MAPS
- The Secret Chief Revealed by Myron J. Stolaroff
- The Healing Journey: Pioneering Approaches to Psychedelic Therapy by Claudio Naranjo
- Awareness by Anthony de Mello
- The Waking Up app
- What is Internal Family Systems? | IFS Institute
- Center for Psychedelic & Consciousness Research | Johns Hopkins
- Centre for Psychedelic Research | Imperial College London
- The World’s Largest Psychedelic Research Center, The Tim Ferriss Show #385
- Psilocybin Produces Substantial and Sustained Decreases in Depression and Anxiety in Patients with Life-Threatening Cancer: A Randomized Double-Blind Trial, Journal of Psychopharmacology
- How New Ketamine Drug Helps with Depression, Yale Medicine
- Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy (Resources) | tim.blog