Roxanne Hallisey (she/her) Psychedelic.Support48 Community & Education Coordinator
My interest lies in the use of psychedelic-assisted therapies for military and veteran communities, their stigma in these communities, and the exploration of them as it relates to awe and place attachment theory. I am a psychology graduate of Austin Peay University where I studied military and veteran perceptions of psychedelics, as well as mindfulness in collaboration with the University of Tennessee Chattanooga.
Currently, I serve as the community and education coordinator for Psychedelic.Support; a global network of mind-body providers and community groups where I also develop and implement the evidence-based psychedelic research into our APA and ACCME approved continuing education courses for mental health professionals and students. I am also the community and social coordinator for VETS, Inc (Veterans Exploring Treatment Solutions), where they provide grants to veterans and connect them to psychedelic therapies where it is legal.
My work is driven by my eight years as a military spouse and personal psychedelic experiences. I am committed to advocating for safe, equitable access of psychedelic-assisted therapies to diverse groups of people while honoring the indigenous traditions surrounding these medicines. I enjoy the spirit of the psychedelic community and look forward to continued contribution. Please feel free to reach out!