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Megan Meyer New Article in the Baltimore Sun

Guest Commentary | Psychedelic-assisted therapy is undergoing a renaissance; we must prepare social workers, link.

"Social workers will likely play an outsized role in realizing the potential and minimizing the risks of the psychedelic renaissance. According to SAMHSA, the National Association of Social Workers and the Association of Social Work Boards, the more than 250,000 clinical social workers within America’s health and human service systems are the largest group of mental health providers in the nation — more than psychiatrists, psychologists, and psychiatric nurses combined."



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