Psychedelic Psychotherapy Training for Mental Health, Medical & Healing Arts Professionals
We have a training program for you to become a fully legal, psychedelic therapist today. We developed a psychedelic specific therapy model, Psychedelic Somatic Interactional Therapy (PSIT), that uncovers and amplifies the psychedelic properties of easily accessible, legal substances such as cannabis and ketamine. These inexpensive drugs become potent psychedelic medicines when paired with a psychedelic specific modality such as PSIT. The therapeutic healing intelligence is in the process, the therapeutic relationship, and innately in the unconscious mind. Our focus is on those elements to create the healing response you can see throughout the videos on this site. We have been providing this work clinically for years, this is how you can do it as well for your clients.
PSIT is not an integration or sitter school, it is a full psychedelic therapy training course through which you can provide legal psychedelic somatic therapy to your clients
in your private practice
The PSI psychedelic therapy training program is a full psychotherapy training composed of a single in-person 5 day module followed by a 6 month supervisory apprenticeship with weekly supervision (first 6 weeks) and bi-weekly supervision after that. The program is not a sitter school or training for spiritual exploration or group ceremonial work but an individual therapy model designed to address mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, complex childhood trauma, dissociation and other symptoms of PTSD. You will learn theory and get hands-on experience with the model that was specifically designed to operate inside of and support the altered state of consciousness created by psychedelic medicines.
Instruction will be provided by PSI Director of Education, Saj Razvi, LPC. Saj was a former clinical researcher in the MAPS Study of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for Treatment Resistant PTSD. He has taught graduate students and professional therapists since 2008, and taught PTSD studies at the University of Denver. He has been interviewed on National Public Radio (NPR), as well as other national publications, and he is the principle author of a paper published in the peer reviewed Journal of Psychedelic Psychiatry.
PSI Introductory Videos
Why you are the answer to
what is needed
You must fill out our training application prior to registering for a training.