This week on Leadershipedelics, meet Doctor Pamela Kryskow. Dr Kryskow is the medical lead on the Roots to Thrive Nonprofit team that provides psilocybin therapy for patients with end-of-life anxiety who have section 56 exemptions from the Health Minister of Canada. She is a founding board member of the Canadian Psychedelic Association and is actively involved in research related to psilocybin, MDMA, ketamine, mental wellness, chronic pain, and neurogenesis. She is also a co-investigator on the largest microdosing study which is ongoing with over 14,500 enrolled participants.
We talk about mentors in our human journey, the curiosity of children, foraging, the healing power of nature, giving time for integration without rushing to the next thing, light heartedness, and human connections in life.
This is a beautiful interview. Enjoy. 🙏❤️
🧠 Memorable Quotes 🧠
“You have to nurture all these parts of you, you have to nurture the physical, the spiritual, and the intellectual and recognize you’re not a thing, you’re not a title. You are many things.”
“Life is to be savored and enjoyed in the moment. If you’re going to do a profound medicine that is going to be transformative, why not transform? why not take advantage of it and see the world through the new eyes and the widening of the blinders.”
“Everyone is on a unique path in their life and needs different things at different times.”
Connecting with Dr Pamela Kryskow
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