Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy

Supporting Healing Through an Emerging Wellness Trend

Today, more and more mental-health professionals are looking beyond traditional treatment methods to address anxiety, depression, PTSD, and more. In special assisted-therapy sessions, licensed practitioners use Sound Off headphones to provide a supportive environment for patients who’ve been given a legally cleared substance (e.g. ketamine, cannabis, MDMA, or psilocybin) that facilitates a journey of expanded consciousness. Our noise-isolating technology helps the patient fully immerse into the experience and get the most out of the therapeutic session.

Fully Immersive Therapeutic Sessions

“Many of our psychedelic-assisted therapy patients feel Sound Off™ technology is a game-changer — especially for those who’ve experienced this treatment without it in the past. They love that the headphones enhance the experience, keeping them immersed in the session’s curated playlist which helps them have a meaningful and profound inner journey.

Phil Dames, Lead of Operations & Organization Steward at Roots to Thrive,
Vancouver Island, British Columbia


  • Anxiety 
  • Depression
  • Alcohol and substance abuse
  • PTSD


  • Experience of well-being
  • Relaxation
  • Improved sense of social connection
  • Spiritual experiences
  • Enlightening introspection


  • Noise-isolating wireless headphones
  • Individual volume control
  • Comfortable leatherette ear cushion
  • Adjustable headband
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life

Breakthroughs in Cutting-Edge Therapy

Organizations across the country are exploring new ways to expand their reach of the latest frontiers in mental-health therapy. One such movement is MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. MAPS currently makes it their mission to share their breakthrough research, education, and policy work on legal substance-enhanced therapies for specific mental-health issues with pain doctors, integrative psychiatrists, functional neurologists, and health practitioners. Many of these health professionals are finding that Sound Off technology is useful in enhancing these cutting-edge treatments in therapeutic settings, as the practitioners help patients understand and integrate their experiences in order to relieve debilitating symptoms.