Fri, Sep 09

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1005 Apple Valley Rd, Lyons, CO 80540, USA

Psychedelic Practitioner Immersives, Part 1: Psychedelic Space Holding & Integration

Part 1 of 2 Psychedelic Practitioner Immersives offered by An Enduring Love, Co and Reflective Healing, LLC

Psychedelic Practitioner Immersives, Part 1: Psychedelic Space Holding & Integration

Time & Location

Sep 09, 9:00 AM – Sep 10, 4:00 PM

1005 Apple Valley Rd, Lyons, CO 80540, USA

About The Event

A two-part psychedelic experiential workshop, taught and led by experts in the field. These workshops touch on the mental, physical and spiritual aspects of psychedelic care and are held in a small container promoting community and deep connection. Register for either workshop alone or take them together as a sequence. We are also excited to announce ongoing group clinical supervision starting in October 2022, with a 10% discount on 6 months of group supervision for anyone who has completed one of our trainings. Please inquire for more details on clinical supervision (contact@enduringlovetherapy.com)

Part 1: Psychedelic Space Holding and Integration takes place in person in Lyons over 4 days (no overnights; optional on-site tent camping available at no extra charge): September 9, 10 and 16, 17, 2022. Participants will take a deep dive into the skills and ethics of psychedelic space holding and integration work for enduring change. This training includes two experientials with ketamine as a tool for psychedelic space holding and integration. Open to experienced professionals, new professionals, and students from counseling, psychology, social work, health or mental health backgrounds. 

At the end of the Part 1 training participants will be able to:

  • Describe the essential components and purpose of set, setting, and ritual and container as applied to psychedelic-assisted therapies, with attention to avoiding cultural appropriation and creating authentic ritual for your psychedelic practice
  • Compare and contrast "the clinical mindset” with psychedelic space holding, and explore the terrain of transpersonal and psychospiritual experiences in psychedelic work
  • Practice ethics and safety in psychedelic space holding, including topics of consent, touch, and an understanding of power in psychedelic spaces
  • Understand the basics of ketamine as a therapeutic tool and what makes for an effective relationship between a therapist and prescriber
  • Understand the essential components of psychedelic integration, and explore verbal and non-verbal modes of integration that might be useful in your practice
  • Practice de-escalation skills and "being with" the big, dark, or scary experiences that can come up in psychedelic work
  • Examine the nuances of working with marginalized communities (e.g., women, LGBTQIA, BIPOC) and apply anti-racistm and feminist theories to your psychedelic practice

Part 2: Psychedelic Group Work takes place in person in Lyons over 6 days in winter 2022/2023 (dates TBD) and builds on foundational skills of part 1, adding a specialization in facilitating effective group spaces for psychedelic journey work. Psychedelic group work might just be the future of psychedelic-assisted therapies, combining psychedelic space holding and integration with the added benefits of community and interconnection. Psychedelic group work also holds the promise of making this work more affordable and accessible for folks from all different communities and backgrounds. Participants in Part 2 will have the opportunity for two ketamine encounters as a journeyer in a group space. Some basic background in foundational skill sets for psychedelic space holding will be necessary in order to participate in Psychedelic Group Work.

Register for Part 1 and receive a discount when registration opens for Part 2 in the fall. Registration fee for Part 1 is $1,336, with the option of reserving your space via a deposit. Or, pay in full now and receive a $36 discount on the ticket price ($1,300). Registration fee does not include medical evaluation (approx ~$175-$250, possibly covered by some insurance providers). Once registered for the training, we will contact you about setting up a medical evaluation for the ketamine experientials. If you have any questions, please contact us! We look forward to an intimate, in person communal learning space with YOU! 

About the Trainers: Part 1 Sept workshop

Dori Lewis, MA, LPC, LMHC

Dori Lewis (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a Masters in Education (EdM) and Masters in Psychology (MA) from Columbia University in New York, NY. Dori's therapeutic process draws from her extensive experience working with clients with a range of needs including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual issues, and overall identity development. She is trained to provide Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) and is actively providing KAP support to clients in the Fort Collins community. Dori has extensive knowledge of PTSD, adult identity development, feminist theory, sexual therapy, and gender identity development. Through her own personal work, as well as work with clients, Dori has developed an understanding of how to engage in meaningful conversation about the bigger life questions and how they relate to human existence, the natural world, and the collective consciousness.

Dr. Rob Colbert, MA, PhD, LPC

Dr. Rob Colbert (he/him/his) earned his Masters degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and his doctorate at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Dr. Colbert's research explores the experiences of adult couples who use MDMA recreationally and the perceived benefits of MDMA use on their relationships. The cognitive-relational model of MDMA use that emerged from this research suggests that individuals can make healthful choices about their drug use in recreational contexts and experience sustained benefits to relationships in their lives. Dr. Colbert is a sub-investigator in the Phase III clinical trials for MDMA-assisted psychotherapy organized by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. Dr. Colbert is also a founding member of the Psychedelic Research and Training Institite and has served as co-faculty in their ketamine-assisted therapy trainings. He is the cohort supervisor for the new Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies certificate program offered at Naropa University. In his private practice as a licensed professional counselor, Dr. Colbert specializes in working with young adults, non-ordinary states of consciousness such as hearing voices or having visions, ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, and psychedelic integration.

Along with special guests:  Dr. Craig Heacock and Katie Klumb, LPC

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  • Reserve my Seat Deposit

    $450

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  • Pay in Full Registration

    $1,300

    Pay in full with a one-time payment and save $36 off of registration (normally $1,336).

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