Aja Molinar received her MA in Psychology at the New School for Social Research (NSSR) in 2021. During her studies at NSSR, she assisted Dr. Elizabeth Nielson and Dr. Ingmar Gorman in writing a peer-reviewed article on psychedelic harm reduction and integration. She also contributed to the design and implementation of a quality assurance study of ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. Since graduating, she has provided support around Fluence training programs and workshops. Currently, she assists with the development of therapy manuals and adherence criteria for clinical trial therapist trainings, oversees enrollment and training completion processes, and acts as a trainer for live online and in-person training events. Outside of Fluence, she volunteers for the Fireside Project, where she provides support for individuals experiencing a psychedelic or seeking to integrate past psychedelic experiences.