Gita Vaid, MD
Dr. Gita Vaid is a board certified psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who specializes in ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. Dr Vaid completed her residency training at NYU Medical Center, and her psychoanalytic training at the Psychoanalytic Association of New York. She trained as a fellow in clinical psychopharmacology and neurophysiology at New York Medical College and completed a research fellowship at NYU Medical Center. She is a MAPS-trained psychedelic psychotherapist and serves on Faculty at The Ketamine Training Center. She is also currently on faculty and teaches at both the Psychoanalytic Association of New York and in the NYU Department of Psychiatry.
Director of Psychedelic Awareness, The Chopra Foundation
Lead Instructor, Ketamine Training Center
Science Advisor, Bexson Biomedical
Medical Advisor, Progressive Therapeutics (PTI)
Monica Winsor is a MAPS-trained and Ketamine-assisted therapist. She is a faculty member at the Ketamine Training Center and serves as a chairperson of the Ketamine Research Foundation. She is a co-founder of Inspired Philanthropy Group, a philanthropic consulting firm. Her focus is on assisting individuals to use physical, contemplative, and psychedelic tools to develop their potential for self-healing and compassion purpose.
Barry Walker, M.Ed., LMHC
Barry Walker is a New York State licensed psychotherapist with a careerlong interest in states of consciousness and somatic states as the basis of characterological and personality structure. Walker is committed to the belief that anxiety lies at the basis of all pathology, hence healing in the psychic realm can be achieved only as safety and consciousness itself is allowed freely to evolve. Walker’s research investigates the role of music in expanding access to psychic and somatic states that lie beyond language and active memory.
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