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Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy Theory & Methodology | On-Demand

An on-demand program that teaches a theoretically grounded methodology for ketamine-assisted psychotherapy.

Faculty

Dr. Casey Paleos
Dr. Jeffrey Guss
Dr. Elizabeth Nielson
Dr. Ingmar Gorman

Cost

$375 Course Bundel
(
$250 with prior registration for Introduction to Ketamine for Mental Health
)

Course Description

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Analyze factors of ‘set and setting’ as they relate to a) physical features of a dosing environment; b) therapist gender identity; c) the role of race, culture, and ethnicity; and d) early sexual, physical, and/or emotional abuse histories.
  • List current evidence-based practices for use of therapeutic ketamine to optimize safe, effective, and ethical ketamine administration and dosing.
  • Prepare a plan to help patients navigate a range of treatment outcomes, including those related to disappointment and/or sudden wellness.
  • Describe the current clinical research on ketamine’s safety, efficacy, clinical indications, and contraindications.
  • List current evidence-based practices for use of set and setting to optimize safe, effective, and ethical ketamine administration and dosing.

Perks

  • Take this course and receive a credit toward our live-online KAP courses.
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