- September 22, 2018
- 9:30 am to 11:00 pm
- Online Session with Dr. Cathy Coleman, mentors and graduates
At least 1 hour prior to this online session, please use our quick two-step RSVP and registration process:
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2) Pre-register with Zoom below. You will receive an email with instructions on how to join the session.
Find out how to be part of the next cohort of CIIS' groundbreaking Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies & Research!
Meet Dr. Cathy Coleman, Admissions Manager of the Center for Psychedelic Therapies and Research, and other Center staff. Come learn what this professional certificate program is all about. Ask questions, look around the campus or take advantage of an online session, and hear about the need for the certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Research in the culture at large. Participate in informal conversation with some of the teachers, graduates, and current students. Hear why we designed the certificate, how you will benefit from it, and how you can be a part of the long-term vision of the field. Learn how the certificate program can advance your progress toward your professional goals.
About the Program
The Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Research will serve a growing need for the training of licensed mental health and medical professionals for future FDA-approved psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy research, as well as therapeutic work during expanded access clinical programs. Enrollees are from specific licensed professions in mental health and medicine.
For more information, download the program and application 2019 Information Packet.
Hybrid Residential and Online Curriculum: The 180-hour 2019 certificate program includes 6 meetings: 5 long weekends in the San Francisco Bay Area at CIIS; a 7-day residential Bay Area retreat in late June; 35 hours of mentoring, volunteer work or supplementary experiential training; and 25 online hours of review of instructional videos of the didactic modules. Thus, this well-organized hybrid academic program entails 120 hours of residential study in the San Francisco Bay Area and 60 hours of study and practice at home. Such a hybrid program enables trainees from outside of California and the U.S. to more readily participate in the training program.
If you can't make it to this Information Session, find future Information Sessions listed under "Related Events" below.
For questions about registering for the Info Session, contact Rachel Valenzuela-Ours, CPTR Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.