Why Integration Is Crucial
for Breakthroughs

Dear community,

What is psychedelic integration, and why is it so important for patient care?

Last week, Forbes shared the story of Nick Watchorn, a retired Australian police officer who recovered from PTSD after participating in a clinical trial of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy, about the role that integration has played in his ongoing recovery.

Read Nick’s story and learn how Fluence is helping healthcare providers gain the clinical skills to help patients make the most of their psychedelic experiences.


Don’t wait—just a few spaces remain for our 12-week online course Integrating Psychedelics with Evidence-Based Therapy starting May 6. Led by veteran psychedelic researcher Alan Davis, PhD, this course is ideal for clinicians, graduate students, scientists, and anyone wanting a comprehensive overview of the field. CE is available for health professionals.

Dr. Alan Davis (Ohio State University and Johns Hopkins University) has clinical experience working with addiction, PTSD, depression, and anxiety; and more than 40 publications to date.

Fluence lead trainer Dr. Alan Kooi Davis

Last but not least—Early Bird rates end soon for our workshops this Spring and Fall!

Use code HEAL2021 at checkout for 10% off Understanding Ketamine and Psychedelic Integration: Premise & Promise until tomorrow—April 1—at midnight PST.

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