Increasing access to training and education is needed to overcome the lack of diversity in the overlapping fields of psychedelic science and medicine. Two organizations working to address this, Fluence and the Source Resource Foundation (SRF), are co-hosting a panel discussion on opportunities for training and education in the psychedelic field. SRF, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, supports student researchers and community members with grants for research and community projects related to the field of psychedelics. They are launching two new special grants for people of color in both the student research and community grants program. Fluence provides education for clinicians and advanced level graduate students who wish to engage in psychedelic integration therapy and practice psychedelic-assisted therapy, providing support through scholarships and the Fluence Diversity Fund. At this program, Fluence and the SRF will announce a special collaboration designed to enhance opportunities for recipients of both SRF grants and Fluence Diversity Fund scholarships. This webinar is by-donation, with proceeds to support both SRF people of color grants and the Fluence Diversity Fund.
Access and Inclusion in Psychedelic Treatment | Webinar Series
This 10-week webinar series explores the present challenges and future opportunities for addressing social injustice in the field of psychedelic medicine, focusing on the role of the clinician’s voice in context of the larger healthcare system.
Sep 23, 2021 - Dec 9, 2021
7:30 - 8:45 PM ET
Kelly Sykes, PhD, Dr. Elizabeth Nielson, Alexander Camargo, PsyD
Fluence x Osmind Psychedelic Integration Study | September 23rd Webinar
Recruiting Psychedelic Integration Therapists in the USA. The primary aim of this prospective observational study is to obtain basic information about therapists who provide psychedelic integration, to better understand clients who seek psychedelic integration from these therapists, and whether such patients report improvements in wellbeing and decreases in stigma associated with seeking care.