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22 March 1931 |
Wellington, New Zealand
|Parents||Bernard Gotlieb, Gwen Ormiston|
Ann Shulgin grew up in the village Opicina outside the Italian city Trieste where her father was American Consul for six years before World War II. She has worked as a lay therapist with psychedelic substances such as MDMA and 2C-B in therapeutic settings while these drugs were still legal. In her writings, she stresses the potential of these drugs from a Jungian psychoanalytic perspective, as well as their use in combination with hypnotherapy. She often appears as a speaker at conventions, and has continued to advocate the use of psychedelics in therapeutical contexts.
- with Alexander Shulgin. "A New Vocabulary". In Robert Forte (ed.), Entheogens and the Future of Religion, Berkeley: Council on Spiritual Practices, 1997. [ISBN 1-889725-01-3]
- with Alexander Shulgin. TIHKAL: The Continuation. Berkeley: Transform Press, 1997. [ISBN 0-9630096-9-9]
- with Alexander Shulgin. PIHKAL: A Chemical Love Story. Berkeley: Transform Press, 1991. [ISBN 0-9630096-0-5]
- "Drugs added to banned lists". BBC Online. 12 August 1998. Retrieved 27 September 2011.
- Shulgin, Ann. "Erowid Character Vaults: Ann Shulgin Extended Biography". Erowid.org. Retrieved 10 April 2013.
- Erowid Character Vaults: Ann Shulgin
- A New Class of Criminals: A therapist laments the loss to science of MDMA
- Video: Psychedelic Psychotherapy with MDMA – Ann Shulgin: A Chemical Performance
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