Love is a theme commonly experienced in the context of psychedelic-assisted therapy. Participants often report experiences of 1. self-love; 2. love felt towards others (humans, animals or God for example); 3. love felt from others (humans, animals or God for example) or 4. being in love. These experiences tend to be described as powerful and healing, though there is a dearth of related research, and few programs offer direct teaching on the topic. Results from a large-scale survey study will explore experiences of love in the context of psychedelic use with the goal of defining love, learning about its healing potential, as well as the barriers for a more formal integration of love in psychotherapy and healthcare. Data from medicine guides/facilitators/clinicians will also be shared to inform the broader psychedelic community regarding the integration of love in the therapy space in a safe and ethical manner.