Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Alumni Program
You joined the Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Training Program so that you could learn how to harness the incredible power of psychedelic therapy to help your clients find a pathway forward.
If you’re like many others who have completed the program, not only did you walk away with a new or expanded skill set, but you walked away with confidence, connections, and a renewed sense of passion for the work.
Although you’ve completed the Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Training program, we know your journey is just beginning.
Many of you have asked specifically for more community, continuing education, and other opportunities.
We’ve developed this psychedelic alumni program in direct response to your feedback so that the learning, support, access, and community building can continue so you feel well connected to your peers and the ever-changing knowledge needed for psychedelic therapy providers.
Why Join the Psychedelic Alumni Program?
The membership program is specifically designed for alumni of the IPI Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Training Program. This membership will enable you to continue building relationships with other providers, get refreshers on everything you learned, and gain the new knowledge that comes with advancements in the mental health industry.
This program is definitely for you if:
Why Join the Alumni Program?
Your journey with IPI and the community you built while completing the Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Training Program doesn’t have to end. We created this membership program to continue to provide you with the support you need to navigate your personal and professional journey.
When you sign up for the membership program, you’re signing up for:
Continued learning is an essential part of success as a psychedelic-assisted therapy provider. This alumni program gives you access to the most up-to-date information and curriculum so that you can stay ahead of the curve. Plus, you’ll get continued access to CE.
One of the best parts about any IPI program is the community building and networking. As an alumni, you’ve likely already made several connections within the IPI community, but this program is a great tool to help you cultivate those relationships and build new ones.
Our goal isn’t just to help you become a better provider, it’s to help you stay healthy as a mental health provider and become your best self. We’re just as passionate about supporting you throughout your personal growth journey as we are your professional journey.
The mission of our alumni program is clear. We want to impact your life and career so that you can impact the lives of those you serve. We work hard to provide you with the tools and resources you need to continue doing the work you’re passionate about.
What You’ll Get
The alumni program offers a variety of resources all geared towards helping you feel supported and confident in your mission to help your clients find healing.
Psychedelic Therapy Program Recordings
You’ll get access to ALL the recordings from current and future cohorts which will enable you to get a refresher on the fundamentals of psychedelic-assisted therapy and revisit advanced topics and innovative specialized methods. This will exclude MAPS related content.
- Recordings of all lectures, conferences, large group material, and asynchronous material
- Access current program recordings until the program ends, which means you will always have access to two cohort materials at a time
- Access to any future psychedelic therapy sessions we record for our cohorts
- New and updated program material to ensure you stay ahead of the curve when it comes to all of the upcoming advancements in psychedelic-assisted therapy
Psychedelic Therapy Asynchronous Material
You’ll get access to IPI asynchronous material–excluding MAPS material–from current and future cohorts. If you weren’t a part of a cohort with asynchronous material our program now has weekly readings and exercises developed by IPI, and external articles to deepen your understanding.
- Access current and future programs asynchronous material
- IPI adds to and changes elements of asynchronous material each cohort
- Asynchronous material includes IPI readings, external links to videos and articles, self-reflection exercises and more!
Continuing Education Credit
Get the opportunity to take new and exciting courses related to psychedelic therapy to satisfy your CE needs.
- Unlimited access to CE credits available in our psychedelic therapy program
- Updated CE course material. Some lectures have been updated from previous cohorts and therefore is eligible for CE
- New CE course curriculum. Each cohort has new lectures that can be utilized for CE.
Public Directory Listing
Get the exposure you need to build up your clientele and grow your practice with a listing in our public directory.
- Your name and practice listed in our NEW public directory featuring psychedelic therapists on the IPI website (similar to other public directories such as Psychology Today)
- Ability to fill out details about yourself, your practice, and how you stand out as a provider
- Exposure to tens of thousands of IPI website visitors each month
Community roundtables will be held twice per month and offer you an opportunity to connect and brainstorm with your peers and lead facilitators on a variety of topics.
- Connect and brainstorm with your peers on private practice building, self-care, and a variety of other topics
- Ask questions, offer suggestions, and just engage in community conversation
- Participate in discussion-based breakout rooms geared towards personal and professional development
- Facilitated by lead faculty and directors in the psychedelic therapy program
Our program directors are dedicated to supporting you throughout your entire learning and growth journey. These familiar faces are thrilled to host roundtables in your alumni program.
Sarah Eisenbud, MA, LPC
Director of Experiential Learning
Sarah Eisenbud (She, Her, Hers) is a Licensed Professional Counselor situated in the traditions of narrative therapy, existential theory and contemplative/mindfulness practice. She currently works as a ketamine-assisted psychotherapist at Integrative Psychiatry Centers of Boulder while maintaining a private practice specializing in the treatment of adults with histories of trauma and clinical supervision…
Jaime Davila, MA, LPC
Jaime received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Regis University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. Originally Born in Puerto Rico, and raised in a military family, Jaime has spent time in Europe, Central America, and many states in the US. He brings a unique blend of interpersonal, analytic and technical skills to his healing work and also provides services in Spanish…
New knowledge. New connections.
Same trusted community.
Same trusted community.
While this program offers updated curriculum and new opportunities to build connections, we still offer that same, trusted community support to help you navigate your personal and professional journey.
Limited spots available
Earn Continuing Education (CE) Credits
CE credits for psychologists are provided by the Spiritual Competency Academy (SCA) which is co-sponsoring this program. The Spiritual Competency Academy is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Spiritual Competency Academy maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
The California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts CE credits for LCSW, LPCC, LEP, and LMFT license renewal for programs offered by approved sponsors of CE by the American Psychological Association.
LCSW, LPCC, LEP, and LMFTs, and other mental health professionals from states other than California need to check with their state licensing board as to whether or not they accept programs offered by approved sponsors of CE by the American Psychological Association.
SCA is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. RNs must retain their certificate of attendance for 4 years after the course concludes.
Our commitment to supporting your learning and growth journey
The IPI Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Alumni Membership Program was created so that the learning, support, access, and community building can continue, and so that you feel well connected to your peers and the ever-changing knowledge needed for psychedelic therapy providers.
Make an investment in yourself and your career. Take your practice to a new level of client care.
This is a month-to-month membership with no long-term commitment or contract. You can cancel your membership at any time without penalty. Simply reach out to our team, let us know that you’d like to cancel your membership.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I join this program if I have not taken and completed the IPI Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Training Program?
No. This program was specifically designed for alumni of the IPI Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Training Program as a resource for continued learning and support.
You will be able to access any cohort that is currently in session, and future cohorts while you’re a member. When cohorts graduate, you will lose access to that cohort’s material. You will always have access to two cohorts at a time.
All program material is updated each cohort, so you’ll have access to various materials that you haven’t seen before. Some materials are similar, other materials are brand new. You will not have access to MAPS material in new cohorts since MAPS only allows students for a limited time to work with their material.
Roundtables are hosted in Zoom, facilitated by one of our lead faculty members. They will consist of the entire alumni cohort. It will be a combination of breakout rooms and large group discussions. Similar to home groups, roundtables are a place to explore yourself, your professional inquiries, and create strong connections to others.
Roundtables will start in January. We will have more information about times soon.
At this time, the public directory is only available to the alumni program participants.
Access to the public directory is planned for the first week of January.