Are you a veteran with a history of PTSD, anxiety, or substance abuse?
Rob Levine and Associates is here to help.

We’ve partnered with MycoMeditations to help offer Veterans who suffer from PTSD, anxiety, or substance abuse problems to gift a weeklong psilocybin-assisted therapeutic retreat.

We’re giving away this gift twice a year! View details below.

According to 7 out of every 100 Veterans (7%) will have PTSD in their lifetime

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychological condition that can deeply affect the lives of veterans who have served their country with unwavering dedication and sacrifice. The long-lasting consequences of traumatic experiences on the battlefield can haunt veterans, creating a complex web of emotional and mental distress. PTSD often manifests itself in vivid and distressing flashbacks, nightmares, and intrusive memories, causing veterans to relive the traumas they endured. These haunting recollections can trigger intense feelings of fear, anxiety, and even a sense of impending doom. Veterans may find themselves in a constant state of hypervigilance, always on the lookout for potential threats, which can lead to difficulties in social interactions and strained relationships. The emotional toll of PTSD can be overwhelming, leaving veterans feeling isolated, misunderstood, and deeply wounded.

In addition to the emotional scars, PTSD also inflicts physical symptoms upon veterans. Sleep disturbances, such as insomnia and night sweats, become a nightly battle, robbing them of the restorative rest they desperately need. The relentless hypervigilance and hyperarousal triggered by PTSD can lead to chronic fatigue, headaches, and a weakened immune system.

Veterans living with PTSD often experience debilitating anxiety and panic attacks, which can have a paralyzing effect on their ability to engage in everyday activities. These physical symptoms, combined with the psychological and emotional turmoil, can erode a veteran’s overall quality of life, making even the simplest tasks overwhelming challenges. It is essential that we recognize the profound impact of PTSD on veterans, show them unwavering compassion, and offer them the support they need to heal and reclaim their lives.


What is Psilocybin?

Psilocybin, a naturally occurring compound found in certain species of mushrooms, has gained significant attention for its potential therapeutic benefits. Known for its hallucinogenic properties, psilocybin has been studied for its ability to induce profound and transformative experiences in individuals. Research suggests that psilocybin may hold promise in the treatment of various mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, and addiction.

When administered in a controlled and supervised setting, psilocybin has shown the ability to promote introspection, emotional breakthroughs, and a sense of connectedness. Its unique mechanism of action is believed to modulate brain activity, promoting new neural connections and potentially facilitating healing and personal growth.

Ongoing research into psilocybin continues to shed light on its potential applications and the mechanisms underlying its transformative effects.

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In late 2022, the FDA designated psilocybin a “breakthrough therapy” to treat major depressive disorder. Psilocybin has emerged as a promising avenue of exploration for veterans who are struggling with the debilitating effects of PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Clinical trials and anecdotal reports have indicated that psilocybin-assisted therapy can provide significant relief and transformative experiences for individuals burdened by these mental health conditions.

The psychedelic compound has the potential to break through the barriers of trauma by inducing a profound altered state of consciousness that facilitates deep introspection, emotional processing, and personal insight. Psilocybin’s ability to activate regions of the brain associated with emotional regulation and memory processing may allow veterans to confront and reframe traumatic experiences, ultimately alleviating symptoms of PTSD and promoting healing.

The experiences facilitated by psilocybin can promote a sense of connectedness, empathy, and openness, potentially counteracting the social isolation and emotional numbness often associated with these conditions. While further research is still necessary, the early findings suggest that psilocybin therapy holds promise as a powerful tool in helping veterans find relief from the burdens of PTSD, anxiety, and depression.


Application Instructions

    1. Complete the Google Form below. You must be honorably discharged from service. You must have diagnosed PTSD
    2. Provide medical records to show your PTSD diagnosis and that the issue is related to your time in service
    3. If you meet our criteria you will work with a representative of Rob Levine Law to coordinate with MycoMeditations
    4. MycoMeditations will then work with a trained mental health expert to evaluate how Psilocybin will effect you, and decide if you are the right fit for the program
    5. Working together with Rob Levine Law and MycoMeditations you will schedule your 7 day retreat, working together to book transportation, care and potential follow up care.

About MycoMeditations & the Application Process

MycoMeditations is the longest-serving psilocybin-assisted retreat, having operated since 2014. Nearly 2000 guests have joined MycoMeditations to treat mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse, and more. Their Western contemporary therapeutic approach to psilocybin-assisted therapy in group retreat settings has proven to be an immensely reliable treatment for the above conditions.
MycoMeditations retreats are 7 nights and guests receive 3 psilocybin sessions alongside compassionate and highly trained therapists and facilitators. Retreat sizes are limited to 12 guests to ensure an intimate and highly focused setting for each guest.
From the MycoMeditations team: We ensure that if you join us through the Rob Levine & Associates retreat gift, you will be met with the most in-depth, trusted support to aid you in your healing throughout the entire retreat week and after you return home.
Once approved by the Rob Levine & Associates team, you will be invited to apply for MycoMeditations through the steps below:

  • Apply on MycoMeditations website where their team will determine if psilocybin is safe for you
  • If approved, their team will assist you in getting registered for an available retreat
  • Logistics will be coordinated for your arrival
  • You will have a preparation call with a MycoMeditations therapist after registration
  • Other preparatory materials will be sent to you leading up to your retreat

How to Apply for a Therapeutic Retreat

Twice a year, we will chose an applicant to receive a therapeutic retreat to the Caribbean.

Use the link below to apply. All applications are confidential.

Fill Out Application

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