12 Feb 2022

A look back at 2021…

PSYDEH increased individual and collective agency and solidarity by doubling down on multi-year field programming as well as resource diversification efforts. COVID-19 & Climate change = Fieldwork Opportunities for Empowering Agency & Solidarity The complicated, rural landscape in which we work grew more so in 2021. COVID-19 and climate change cut access to electricity and […]

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05 Feb 2022

Isela Flores, Field Corps Trainer

PSYDEH’s dynamic staff is one of the reasons why we are a paradigm-changing Mexican grassroots organization.  Our team is much more diverse than our peers, with people from all over the world representing diverse personal and professional backgrounds. Having a multi-disciplinary team is by design; it is one of our Value Propositions. We thrive because […]

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01 Feb 2022

PSYDEH’s First Ever Team Retreat

Starting strong in 2022 For the first time in the organization’s history, PSYDEH’s staff gathered together in Mexico City for a jam-packed three-day team retreat last month to empower the team as we launch our ambitious 2022 programming. Among a dynamic schedule packed with skills-focused training and team-building workshops, the team also welcomed guest Hanna […]

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13 Dec 2021

2021 Corporate Partner Win

Global healthcare company Johnson & Johnson (J&J Mexico), in collaboration with the Brazilian social business Phomenta, became our most recent corporate partner when they selected PSYDEH as one of 16 Mexican nonprofits to participate in their 2021 Corporate Social Acceleration Program (Marathon). The Marathon program Phomenta works with J&J Mexico to recruit multidisciplinary J&J professionals […]

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09 Dec 2021
Agency and Solidarity


We are excited about another win in our work to collaborate with allies empowering self-determination across the Americas. The Chacruna Institute of Psychedelic Plant Medicines’ Indigenous Reciprocity Initiative of the Americas program (IRI) chooses PSYDEH as one of only four Mexican organizations for their network of 20 non-profits across the Americas.   The IRI and […]

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