Natalie Lyla Ginsberg, MSW, is the director of policy and advocacy at the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). Her goal is safe, equitable, and regulated access to psychedelics and exploring their potential to aid in healing, peace-building, and fostering community.
The Chacruna Community Forum Series presents a conversation between Rick Doblin and Natalie Ginsberg of MAPS. There is no doubt that The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) has spearheaded the movement to bring psychedelics into the mainstream.
During the World Ayahuasca Conference held in Girona in 2019, Natalie Ginsberg, Antwan Saca, and Leor Roseman presented the panel entitled "Palestinians, Israelis, and Ayahuasca: "Can Psychedelic Medicines Promote Reconciliation?".
Society has started to become more accepting of our work and MAPS’ goal of mainstreaming psychedelic medicine seems closer than ever to being achieved,” explains MAPS Policy and Advocacy Director Natalie Ginsberg, M.S.W., in an interview with Jessica Semaan of Seismic Sisters.