Matthew has a scientist’s mind, an artist’s heart, and a philosopher’s curiosity. He is passionate about the potential of psychedelics to treat a range of psychiatric diagnoses and improve the lives of healthy individuals.
He is currently a graduate student in Clinical Psychology at San Francisco State University, a trainee psychotherapist at the Sage Institute, and a clinical research associate with the Translational Psychedelic Research Program at UCSF. His research interests include novel treatment approaches for mood disorders and trauma, models of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, and the intersection of contemplative practice and psychedelic integration.
Through his work with Psychedelic Science Review, Matthew hopes to help make emerging psychedelic science approachable and accessible for a broad readership.