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Corrigendum to ‘Expanding Perspectives On The Potential For Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies To Improve The Experience Of Aging’

Published:January 18, 2023DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jagp.2023.01.006
      The authors of the above paper would like to point out that the there was a misspelling in the title. ‘Expending’ should have instead have read, ‘Expanding’. The full and correct title is above and below:
      ‘Expanding Perspectives On The Potential For Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies To Improve The Experience Of Aging’
      The authors apologise for this error.

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      • Expending Perspectives on the Potential for Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies to Improve the Experience of Aging
        The American Journal of Geriatric PsychiatryVol. 31Issue 1
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          There has been a resurgence of research into the therapeutic effects of psychedelic-assisted therapies (PAT) within the last two decades, with groundbreaking results for some of the most treatment-resistant psychiatric conditions, including depression, Psot-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), substance-use disorder, and end-of-life anxiety. Johnston et al. review these data regarding the unmet clinical needs in older adults and emphasize PAT's potential applications in this population.1 However, citing the lack of safety and efficacy data and the potentially heightened risks in patients over the age of 60, the authors rightly highlight that generalization of these findings to the geriatric population would be premature and that further research is warranted to define potential indications and safety guidelines.
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