Campus

Designed for the Scientific Exploration of the Therapeutic Effects of Psychedelics

Opening Fall 2023, the Usona Institute Campus is designed entirely for research into the therapeutic effects of psychedelics. Serving as a catalyst in the field, the campus is designed to be a center for scientific education, research, and best practices in psychedelic sciences, globally.

Emphasizing set and setting, the physical environment controls sound and light, and optimizes all senses. With therapy at the core of our approach, Usona Institute will bridge medical research with integrative practices in healing.

Global Network

The campus will be a node in a global network of research centers, academic institutions, and clinical trial sites. With a focus on collaboration, this space will support the development of best practices that consider the needs of diverse communities around the world.

Situated on 17 wooded acres, the Usona Campus is intentionally designed to support connection to the natural world. This is especially meaningful as our visitors deepen their relationship with nature, self and the world through novel psychedelic medicines and practices.

The center offers psychedelic practitioner training informed by the extensive instruction our trainers have provided to clinical study sites globally. Our focus is collaboration - essential for developing best practices in diverse communities around the world.

Appreciating the full sensory impact of these medicines, the campus provides a unique and immersive setting. Emphasizing set and setting, the physical environment controls sound and light, and optimizes all senses.