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In the Media | 04.25.22

Geoff Bathje Talks MDMA as a Therapy Facilitator with Health

In an interview with Health Magazine, associate professor of clinical mental health counseling, Geoff Bathje, Ph.D., spoke about the benefits of MDMA and cognitive behavioral therapy, or talk therapy, for PTSD survivors. Bathje says MDMA can help patients stay regulated, present in their body, and stay connected to their therapist.

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