GSAPS is proud to announce that we have selected our winning logo design, submitted by Kelsey Shogren!

Kelsey is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at the Wright Institute with an emphasis on trauma-informed care and mental health in prisons. Psychedelics played a crucial role in her cross-country move and pursuit of a new career in teaching and healing.  She is passionate about playing the piano, abolition, photographing nature, and exploring Alaska. She created the logo with the idea in mind that psychedelics helped her to discover her inner light. The center of the design is meant to represent a ball of radiating light hidden within the cap of a mushroom.

Congratulations, Kelsey!

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The mission of GSAPS is to support collaboration among graduate students, recent graduate students, and post-doctoral residents who are engaged in psychedelic research and clinical practice. GSAPS is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.