“Psychedelic Storytelling: A Sacred Liberation and Decolonization Practice”

Victor Alfonso Cabral, LSW, is an Afro-Latinx professional deeply dedicated to serving and uplifting historically marginalized communities. Drawing from his personal and professional experiences, Victor approaches his work with empathy and strategic insight. His varied career includes contributions to policy development, community outreach, training and education, and community mental health services. As the former Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at Fluence Training, Victor was instrumental in guiding policy initiatives, shaping inclusive training curricula, and fostering connections among key stakeholders in the field of psychedelic medicine. He continues to support the organization as a trainer and advisor.

His current endeavor, a documentary film titled ‘We Are The Medicine’, seeks to highlight the importance of BIPOC voices in the psychedelic community. Throughout his journey, Victor has been recognized by various organizations. He was included in the Students for Sensible Drug Policy’s “40 Under 40 Outstanding BIPOC Leaders in Drug Policy” and was honored with the 2022 Emerging Social Work Leader Award from the National Association of Social Workers of Pennsylvania.

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victor-a-cabral-lsw-25455170/

Instagram: www.instagram.com/aWondrousMind

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