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Good Chemistry
The Science of Connection, from Soul to Psychedelics
Rating :
rating
Author(s) :
Julie Holland
Pages :
289
Pub Date :
2020
Edition(s) at Erowid :
2020(hb,f/f)
Publisher :
HarperCollins
ISBN :
006286288X
BLURBS #
"Dr. Julie Holland's medical research and therapeutic practice have helped so many people heal from trauma, deepen relationshipos, and find meaning in life. Now she turns her attention to psychedelics and plant medicines, and their potential as growth promoters, life shifters, and meaning makers. She combines science with soul and cutting-edge research with compelling stories of lives changed and psyches mended, in a book that is helpful, moving, and highly relevant to our disconnected and anxious times."
-- Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of the Omega Institute and bestselling author of Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help us Grow and Marrow: A Love Story

"Good Chemistry is a reader-friendly book in the truest sense: from the very first page it befriends us, the readers. It speaks to us plainly and gently, keeps us company, and offers practical antidotes to the estrangement from ourselves and others so endemic in modern society."
-- Gabor Mate, author of In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction

ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S) / EDITOR(S) #
Julie Holland, MD, is a psychiatrist specializing in psychopharmacology, with a private practice in New York City. Her book Weekends at Bellevue chronicled her nine years running the psychiatric emergency room as an attending physician on the faculty of the New York University School of Medicine. Frequently featured on Todayi> and in CNN's documentary series Weed, Holland is the editor of The Pot Book: A Complete Guide to Cannabis and Ecstasy: The Complete Guide. She is the medical monitor for several clinical research studies on treating post-traumatic stress disorder, one using MDMA-assisted psychotherapy and another examining the effects of various strains of cannabis. Her New York Times bestselling book Moody Bitches has been translated into eleven languages.