Satya Therapeutics, a renowned name in early childhood education, has exciting updates about its Psilocybin Service Center and Psilocybin Manufacturing Operations.
Psilocybin Service Center’s Transformative Journey
Since July 17, the company has welcomed clients to its Psilocybin Service Center in Ashland. An impressive sixty-four (64) clients have already experienced the power of psilocybin services. These clients have reported “transformational” experiences, including the alleviation of anxiety, reduced depression symptoms, and strengthened social connections.
Andreas Met, CEO, and Co-founder, expressed his admiration for the dedicated facilitators, emphasizing that scheduling sessions is hassle-free with no waitlists. Jennifer Met, co-founder, highlighted that people from around the world are seeking their services, witnessing remarkable transformations on their journeys to wellness.
Pioneering Psilocybin-Based Practicum Training
In partnership with Myco-Method, a psilocybin facilitator training program under the Saba Cooperative, Satya Therapeutics has achieved a significant milestone. They completed Oregon’s first-ever psilocybin-based practicum. Four Myco-Method students completed 40 hours of practicum, both observing clients and embarking on their own psilocybin journeys.
Andreas Met underscored the importance of this achievement, stating that it sets a new standard for psilocybin facilitator training. While other programs have relied on alternative methods like breathwork to simulate psilocybin experiences, Satya Therapeutics’ approach ensures training in a real service center environment, complying with the Oregon Health Authority’s regulations. Mr. Met encouraged all facilitator training programs to incorporate psilocybin-based practicum.
Andreas Met: Now a Licensed Psilocybin Facilitator
In September, Andreas Met obtained his psilocybin facilitator license. He is now actively seeing clients and is determined to make these services accessible to all. His goal is to offer services at the service center for $1,250 or less, actively contributing to making these transformative experiences affordable for a broader audience.
GoFundMe Initiative for Accessibility
In September, Andreas Met initiated a GoFundMe campaign with the aim of making psilocybin services accessible to individuals from all backgrounds. Currently, the cost of services in Oregon ranges from $1,800 to $3,200, not accounting for additional expenses such as travel and accommodation. High costs often hinder disadvantaged communities from accessing these services.
The funds raised through this initiative will be used to minimize the cost to clients, striving for affordability. Satya Therapeutics has already established a low-cost structure, with room rental rates half that of other psilocybin service centers, and by growing their own psilocybin mushrooms, they pass on the savings to clients. Facilitation costs, however, remain a variable.
The GoFundMe campaign aims to subsidize these costs further and scale social equity programs. Andreas Met is excited to see how many lives they can positively impact through this initiative.
The Company commits to transparency in utilizing the funds, adhering to the Oregon Health Authority’s requirements.
About Satya Inc.
Satya Therapeutics (Satya Inc.) is a forward-looking company focused on psilocybin-based opportunities, underpinned by a diverse ecosystem and exceptional leadership. Established in 2020 and headquartered in Medford, Oregon, the company aims to become a global leader in the psychedelic treatment space.
Notably, Satya Therapeutics is the sole Oregon-based company holding licenses for psilocybin manufacturing, psilocybin service centers, and psilocybin facilitation.