The Fluence Postgraduate Certificate in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is designed to teach licensed clinicians to apply the basics of psychedelic-assisted therapy to KAP. In this 150-hour program, clinicians learn about the role of ketamine in treatment; how to facilitate patient autonomy; and how to help patients prepare psychologically and emotionally for their ketamine experiences, navigate those experiences, and integrate those experiences into meaningful change.
The program includes:
Understanding Ketamine (12 hours, prerequisite)
KAP Theory and Methodology (30 hours, hybrid course)
Individual Mentoring (6 hours)
Ketamine Session Observation Practicum (6 hours)
Psychedelic Integration Experiential Retreat (40 hours)
12-week Clinical Consultation Group (18 hours)
12-week Reading and Study Group (elective, 18-21 hours)
Access and Inclusion in Psychedelic Treatment Webinar Series (12 hours)
Monthly Program Meetings (8 hours)
All participants also have access to our community email group with over 800 members for ongoing networking.
To learn more about the program, we invite you to attend one of two free one-hour Open House meetings this November. Led by Fluence co-founder Dr. Elizabeth Nielson and our new KAP Certificate Program Director, Donna Sorgen, LMHC, LPC, we’ll provide an overview of the program and hold a live Q&A discussion. The Open Houses will take place on November 1 (3-4 pm EDT) and November 12 (3-4 pm EDT).
Don’t forget to explore our many upcoming trainings and courses, led by the world’s leading experts on psychedelic therapy and psychedelic integration.