Like meditation, psychedelic therapy requires the instructor or therapist to have their own practice. Ideally therapists in this field develop mastery as well. What does that mean? We believe it means cultivating a frame and a discipline of self exploration and healing. There are many difficult moments in healing when the therapist will be called on to know the terrain and hold the space. This is the future of mental health and in many ways asks much more from the therapist than before. To support this emerging, maturing field we feel it's helpful to find practice in community and cultivate a strong theoretical frame.
Goals of the Training:
Introduce Innate Healing Capacities of the subconscious through the framework of mind, body, spirit and relationship (psycho-spiritual immune system)
Engage and deepen each participant’s personal process in therapeutic dyads using cannabis and ketamine
Discuss and expand on theoretical knowledge as it applies to group members experiences
Build confidence and mastery in psychedelic therapy
Methods of Instruction:
2 day theoretical overview
8 Weekly therapeutic experientials with instructor and another group member
8 Weekly whole group discussions, sharing experiences and expanding on theory as it applies to those experiences
Next 'Professional Group' begins May 8-9, 2021 and runs for 8 weeks
cost: $2,480 (payment plans available)
Next 'Student Group' begins July 17-18, 2021 and runs for 8 weeks
Innate Path practitioners are therapists committed to not only supporting clients in healing, but are also dedicated to their own personal work. They train, discuss and experience for themselves the landscape of the subconscious through their own psychedelic psychotherapy sessions. This means they know, at least through their own experience, the fears, the overwhelm and the blocks their clients run into in the course of their own healing.
This is not the old medical model of patient-therapist. It is a mutual journey of subjective experience. Just as each client must step into their own power and sovereignty, each therapist must as well. There is no one path but we all need to know how to discern and trust the paths as they show themselves. That trust and discernment comes from walking it.
Values held by Innate Path practitioners:
Knowledge through experience
Ongoing learning through community
Please visit ourTeam page and read each therapist's comments. Contact the therapist that best resonates with you.