Introduction to Psychedelic Assisted Therapy (PAT)

For Mental Health Practitioners Clinical Classification

New Jersey Psychedelic Therapy Association
NJTPA New Jersey Psychedelic Therapy Association

This course seeks to provide practitioners with an overview of Psychedelic Assisted Therapy (PAT) including the use of ketamine, MDMA and psilocybin. The field of PAT is changing and evolving, with new laws being introduced at a rapid pace. This form of therapy can be vital for race and gender related trauma work and healing.

Learning Objectives:
  • Each participant will come away with an ability to articulate and discuss the history of psychedelic work in the field of mental health, and what a PAT session consists of, including the importance of preparation and integration work. Additionally each participant will be able to articulate at least three mental health issues which may be improved by psychedelic assisted psychotherapy.
  • Participants will be able to articulate the importance of increasing accessibility to populations in need, and state three ways the use of PAT can benefit the BIPOC and LGBTQAI+ communities.
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