Psychedelic Series at Soho Beach House Miami About Psychedelics for Veterans
Updated: Apr 18
On Tuesday, March 29 at 7 p.m., Dustin Robinson, Esq. CPA, will present his monthly Psychedelic Series at Soho Beach House Miami. Moderated by Robinson, this month’s panel will focus on psychedelics for veterans featuring Jesse Gould, founder and president of the Heroic Hearts Project; and Kimberly Juroviesky, CAPT USAF (retired), WHNP, CNM, president of The Ketamine Taskforce.
Every month, the Psychedelic Series features experts in the psychedelics space including CEOs, doctors, lawyers and celebrities. The panel has expanded to locations throughout the country including New York, Chicago and California. Past panelists include NBA champion Lamar Odom, Stanley Cup champion Daniel Carcillo, Psilera Bioscience CEO Chris Witowski, PhD, Silo Wellness CEO Douglas K. Gordon, and others.
Robinson is Founding Partner of Mr. Cannabis Law – a full service law firm focused on the cannabis and psychedelic industries; Co-Founder of Mr. Psychedelic Law – a non-profit focused on psychedelic legal reform; Managing Principal of Iter Investments – a venture capital firm deploying capital across the psychedelic ecosystem; and Co-Founder of Nucleus – a platform with various tools to help guide individuals on their mental health journey.
Gould is founder and president of the Heroic Hearts Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit pioneering psychedelic therapies for military veterans. After being deployed as an army ranger in Afghanistan three times, he founded the Heroic Hearts Project in 2017 to spearhead the research and acceptance of ayahuasca, ibogaine, ketamine, and psilocybin therapy programs for military veterans. Heroic Hearts Project has connected countless veterans to psychedelic treatments and partnered with the world’s leading psychedelic centers. They are researching psychiatric applications with the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Georgia, University of Texas Austin, and Imperial College of London. Heroic Hearts Project has raised over $350,000 in scholarships from donors including Dr. Bronner’s. Gould’s mission is to help military veterans struggling with mental trauma and spread awareness of the benefits that psychedelic therapies offer as an alternative treatment to pharmaceuticals. He has spoken globally about the benefits of psychedelics on mental health and has been featured in the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Economist, and Forbes. He is recognized as one of the most influential voices in psychedelics today.
Juroviesky is the president of The Ketamine Taskforce, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization made up of patients, doctors, nurse anesthetists, nurse practitioners and researchers who aim to ensure access for patients to safe ketamine infusions through the approval of insurance companies. Juroviesky is a retired nurse practitioner and nurse midwife who trained at Columbia University and The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She was injured on active duty while in the U.S. Air Force and developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome which unfortunately forced her to retire from her career early. Juroviesky began getting ketamine infusions in 2015 as part of a research study. She wrote a book to help patients to know what to expect during their infusions called “Ketamine Infusions: A Patient’s Guide.” She also is the author of “Ketamine Journeys: A Journal for Your Ketamine Experiences” which is newly available on Amazon. Juroviesky has found a new passion in being an advocate for the use of Ketamine to treat both mental health and pain diagnoses. She advocates for and talks with both patients and providers.
The event is private and only open to Soho Beach House members.