KAP Theory & Methodology | On-Demand
Ingmar Gorman, PhD + 3 more
This course is the core component of the Postgraduate Certificate in Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy. The hybrid format includes self-paced learning materials–videos, readings, and assignments–and weekly live-online meetings with trainers for discussion, role plays, case discussions, and Q&A time. Small cohorts of live-online groups provide space for relationship and community building and low student to trainer ratios.
Educational materials for this course have been created and compiled by Dr. Ingmar Gorman, Dr. Elizabeth Nielson, Jeffrey Guss, MD, and Casey Paleos, MD. Between them, these researchers and clinicians have extensive experience in 10 clinical trials of psychedelic-assisted therapy and private practice KAP, clinical work in preparation and integration of ketamine experiences, and training clinicians in psychedelic therapy–both for research trials and private practice settings. Live-online discussion and role play cohorts are led by experienced Fluence Trainers who are knowledgeable of the material and specially trained in Fluence’s experiential training methodology.
Enrollment in this course is available Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy Certificate Program Participants and KAP practitioners in the general community by application only.
A limited number of Diversity Fund scholarships are available, please complete this application, in addition to the course application.