At this conference are some of the leading international experts in psychedelic research and treatment, from different disciplines and with experience in clinical and social fields.

Tre Borrás Cabacés

(Physician-Psychiatrist, Institut Genus in Reus, Spain)

Tre Borrás Cabacés is a medical-psychiatrist, family therapist and expert in addictions and family mediation.

José Carlos Bouso

(Clinical psychologist, ICEERS, Spain)

José Carlos Bouso is a clinical psychologist and doctor in Pharmacology. He is scientific director of ICEERS, where he coordinates studies on the potential benefits of psychoactive plants, mainly cannabis, ayahuasca and ibogaine.


(Professor University del Atlántico Medio y neuropsychotherapist, ACP, Spain)

Domingo Jesús Quintana Hernández is a Doctor in Clinical Psychology, a professor at the Mid-Atlantic University and a neuropsychotherapist. He investigates the mental health effects of expanded states of consciousness using regressive psychotherapy and memory recoding techniques. He is a member of the Asociación Científica Psicodélica.

Marc Aixalá

(Research Therapist, Fundació Sant Joan de Déu, Spain)

Marc Aixalà coordinates support and integration services at ICEERS. He provides integration psychotherapy sessions for people in challenging situations after experiencing non-ordinary states of consciousness. He is trained in the therapeutic use of Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness, and in MDMA assisted-psychotherapy for PTSD.

Dóra Révész

(Epidemiologist, IGDORE / ICEERS, Spain)

Dóra Révész (PhD) is an independent postdoctoral researcher and epidemiologist at the Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE) and is currently collaborating with ICEERS. She is researching the use of psychedelics and their psychological correlates. She is founder of the Psychedelic Association Fuerteventura.

Genis Oña Esteve

(Research Coordinator, ICEERS, Spain)

Genís Oña Esteve is a psychologist and pharmacologist, and currently doing a doctorate in Health, Psychology and Psychiatry. He is a member of the working group on psychedelics of the Catalan Society of Psychiatry and Mental Health and works as Research coordinator at the ICEERS Foundation, where he is conducting research on products such as ibogaine or ayahuasca.

Luis Alberto Henríquez

(Professor Toxicology, University of Las Palmas, ACP, Spain)

Luis Alberto Henríquez Hernández (Ph.D.) is a professor of Toxicology at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and a founding member of the Asociación Científica Psicodélica. His research is focused on the biomonitoring of chemical contaminants in human populations and their effects on health. His training ranges from in vitro studies to epidemiology.

Francisco Azorín

(Lawyer, Brotsambert, Spain)

Francisco Azorín is an expert in crimes against public health, and a specialist in cannabis, CBD, ayahuasca and all kinds of drugs. He is legal advisor to the collection of Guides of the Psychonaut and has handled different cases on Ayahuasca and other psychedelic substances.

Natalie Montoto Hausmann

(Psychologist, Documentary maker, Tenerife, Spain)

Natalie Montoto Hausmann has a degree in Psychology with a Master's degree in Social Psychology. She has completed audiovisual studies and a Master in Documentary Film. She has been a university professor and currently combines psychedelic assisted psychotherapy with integration tools. She is co-founder of the association: "Microdosing Guidance and Counseling Tenerife" and teaches seminars on the therapeutic use of mushroom microdosing.


(Pharmacy with master clinical and cognitive neuroscience)

Gerardo Gonzalo is a pharmacy graduate with a master's degree in clinical and cognitive neuroscience. His academic career has been developed around the study of the therapeutic potential of ayahuasca for disorders related to social cognition.


(Teacher and researcher, ACP, Spain)

Lucas F. Borkel has a degree in Philosophy with a master's degree in Neuropsychology, founder and president of the Asociación Científica Psicodélica, combines teaching with research and scientific dissemination. Within the framework of the ACP he is dedicated to investigating the effects that expanded states of consciousness have on the psychological health of people and the implications that these have in the study of consciousness as well as its aspects within the area of epistemology.