Mendel Kaelen

Mendel Kaelen is a neuroscientist and entrepreneur, researching and developing a new category of psychotherapeutic tools for care-seekers and care-providers. Mendel has researched the incomparable effects of music on the brain during  LSD-assisted psychotherapy. His work has determined how LSD increases enhanced eyes-closed visual imagery, including imagery of an autobiographical nature. This gives light to how music can be used as another dimension in helping psychotherapists create the ideal setting for their patients.

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He did his Ph.D. at Imperial College London and in some ways you can say that his work with the therapeutic use of music (guiding psychedelic-assisted sessions) has led him to found Wavepaths.

He can also be found on Twitter.

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