The purpose of this study is to undertake a mixed-methods interview of AHPRA registered health practitioners on their views of psychedelic-assisted therapy.

Psychedelic drugs, also known as hallucinogens, have recently received approval by the TGA to be provided to treat a small number of conditions.This new legal context is one that is likely to change over time, and a deeper understanding of health practitioners' views can inform future changes, and may help to guide standards of care.

We are seeking AHPRA registered health practitioners to provide their views of psychedelic assisted psychotherapy using a ~30 minute online questionnaire. All responses will be kept anonymous and confidential.


Participants need to be AHPRA registered health practitioner.

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To take part in the survey please use the below link.

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This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No.2023/HE000659].