Psychedelic Integration Therapy (PIT) is a client-centered approach to working with people in a clinical setting who are considering having a psychedelic experience in any context, including therapeutic, spiritual, peer-led, or alone. Psychedelic Integration Therapy is transtheoretical and transdiagnostic, and can include working with patients both before and after a psychedelic experience, independently of that experience, and regardless of whether the provider is at all involved in that experience.
Psychedelic Integration: Premise and Promise
Fluence's foundational course designed for those who want to learn about Psychedelic Harm Reduction and Integration clinical practice.
A 14-week course with a diverse and challenging set of readings aimed toward deepening each student’s understanding of psychedelic therapy.
Clinical Consultation Groups
Small groups of psychedelic integration and/or psychedelic-assisted therapy practitioners meet with an experienced lead or assisting trainer for advanced learning opportunities. These closed groups meet online and are open to licensed clinicians who have previously attended Psychedelics Integration: Premise and Promise or Understanding Ketamine.
Experiential Retreat Program
A contemplative practice retreat for clinicians to experience the therapeutic use and integration of non-ordinary states of consciousness.