As professional athletes continue to endorse psychedelic-assisted therapy, former Colorado Avalanche defenseman Kyle Quincey is taking it to the next level. He recently announced the building of a psilocybin-assisted therapy center in the state where voters approved the treatment last November, reported The Denver Post

Quincey’s decision comes after he found help in psilocybin while battling mental health issues during the pandemic. 

“I ended my career in Finland. I came home, I’ve had 20 concussions. I had massive mood swings, from pure euphoria to suicidal thoughts,” he said at the annual Telluride Mushroom Festival in August. “On almost my year anniversary of retiring, my youngest son was diagnosed with brain …

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