Wed, Sep 13|
Psychedelic Ceremony & The Art of Groups
For psychedelic trained practitioners who want to advance their practice to ethically, skillfully and technically create and run powerful psychedelic group offerings
Time & Location
Sep 13, 5:00 PM – Sep 17, 1:00 PM
Sunrise Ranch, 100 Sunrise Ranch Rd, Loveland, CO 80538, USA
About the event
An intimate psychedelic group facilitator training aimed at supporting psychedelically trained clinicians and licensed practitioners in developing their group offerings. This interactive training offers education, dialogue, and experientials around how to ethically, skillfully and technically create and run psychedelic groups.
In this immersive training, you will learn:
- the unique benefits of offering psychedelic experiences in a group setting
- the differences between several group models
- how to screen and prepare participants for groups
- how to create a container that facilitates connection and increased safety
- best practices for documentation and paperwork such as informed consent, and mental health evals
- facilitation skills to deepen the group experience and enhance connection among participants
- how to hold space and ethically use ritual and ceremony that is not culturally appropriative
- the most common challenges facilitators encounter and ways to address them
Plus, two experiential opportunities to practice medicine work in different group formats!
Registration fee is $2,000, which includes all training components and experientials. Participants will receive a certificate of professional development hours completed that can be used toward LPC, LCSW, and other professional licenses (e.g., MFT) renewal for clinical practitioners in Colorado. Participants must book and pay for separately their own lodging at Sunrise Ranch. A link will be provided after you are registered to book lodging directly through Sunrise Ranch. Lodging prices range from $400 to $900, inclusive of all 4 nights plus 3 meals per day. Refunds are available up to 30 days prior to the start of training. If you are in financial need, please contact us about sliding scale possibilities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
About the trainers
Dori Lewis (she, her, hers) is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-S) and Clinical Supervisor with a Masters in Education (EdM) and Masters in Psychology (MA) from Columbia University in New York, NY. Dori is a co-founder of Elemental Psychedelics and the owner-operator of Reflective Healing in Fort Collins, CO, a psychotherapy group practice that specializes in psychedelic therapy using ketamine, integration therapy, transpersonal psychotherapy, and providing clinical supervision. As a clinician in practice for 10 years, Dori blends transpersonal psychology, depth work, and psychedelic-assisted therapy within a model that centers the therapeutic relationship. Her public work in the psychedelic space is critically centered on the topics of ethics, access and power in psychedelic spaces, diversity, equity and inclusion in the psychedelic psychotherapy space and cultural appropriation as it relates to ritual and ceremony. Dori is a core faculty member for the Psychedelic Research and Training Institute (PRATI), specializing in teaching new and experienced clinicians about set and setting, ceremony, and ritual within a ketamine-assisted psychotherapy model.
Carrie Haynes (she/her/hers) is a therapist, educator and consultant. She is also the creator of The Art of Groups podcast. She has spent her career specializing in group work and is passionate about supporting therapists and healing guides in facilitating transformational group experiences. She truly believes that powerful group work can change the world.
Dylan Rivard, MA, LPC (he/him/his) was born in the forests of Indiana, and grew up playing in creeks, catching fireflies, and wondering whether or not dragons really did live in the leaves of the trees in his backyard. Raised in a spiritually eclectic household, Dylan developed a lifelong fascination with prayer, ritual, healing, and our connection to the divine. This led him to pursue work in wilderness survival, psychology, and outdoor rec, culminating in a MA in Transpersonal Psychotherapy with a Wilderness Therapy focus form Naropa University. Since graduating, he has continued to deepen his studies in mindfulness and somatic based therapies, group ritual work, and esotericism. With over 10 years of experience in mental health, he now runs his own private practice where he serves clients working through trauma, grief, and spiritual growth. He lives in the foothills of Golden, CO, where he is grateful to share the land with his husband, their animals, and myriad turkeys, deer, and ponderosa pines.
We are also excited to be joined by Dawn Fabian, PMHNP!
Reserve My Space Deposit
Reserve your space for the training with a $500 deposit. Full training fees are due at least 30 days in advance of the training date.$500.00+$12.50 service fee
Regular ticket$2,000.00+$50.00 service fee