End of Life Psychedelic Care

A Journey to Live For

At EOLPC, our mission is to educate and provide patients with access to compassionate care and support during the end-of-life process. We believe that psychedelic-assisted care can play a pivotal role in easing anxiety and depression, as well as the emotional and spiritual challenges that often accompany a life-threatening or terminal illness.

"How people die remains in the memory of those who live on."

- Dame Cicely Saunders,
Founder of the modern hospice movement said,

This poignant quote inspires End of Life Psychedelic Care to help change societal norms around our attitude to death and dying.




We know that many, many questions come up as one contemplates the use of psychedelics, especially at this time of life. EOLPC brings you the experts to answer all your questions in a series of online classes designed for your needs.

For anyone who is passionate about serving people with life-threatening or terminal diagnoses, EOLPC offers educational courses on how psychedelic care can help those suffering from mental, emotional and spiritual distress. Courses are designed for licensed mental health or palliative/hospice care workers, hospice chaplains or volunteers, end-of-life doulas, and anyone who feels called to serve.

Bridging the connection.

The biggest obstacle to embarking on a psychedelic journey can be the fear of the “trip”. Let EOLPC connect you with compassionate and experienced professionals to be there with you every step of the way. Stay tuned for announcements for the EOLPC Connector. And if you are an individual practitioner trained in both psychedelic care and end-of-life-issues, the EOLPC Connector will also help you find clients.

For any service provider desiring to expand psychedelic care services in this market, contact christine@eolpc.org to discuss customized psychedelic care programs.


Dying and Psychedelics

Get started by watching this Psychedelics Today panel discussion.

Christine Caldwell, EOLPC Founder and Executive Director, moderated this panel bringing together a psychedelic-trained psychotherapist with 30 years’ experience as a hospice social worker, an end-of-life doula and a Psychedelics Today colleague, each with their own personal stories about how psychedelics transformed their lives. You’ll learn why and how psychedelic care can benefit those with life-threatening illnesses, as well as their loved ones.

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