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We are here to answer any questions you have about the PSI Apprentice Training or the modality in general. Schedule a call with us today to see if this program is right for you.

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How did you hear about PSI?
I am a licensed mental or health practitioner (or a student in these specialities)

As a general rule, we have a number of different criteria that we consider as important in a prospective student:

1) Training (traditional graduate level degree in psychology or an alternative certification in a mental health-oriented therapeutic modality such as Gestalt, Hakomi, IFS, psychodynamic therapy, addiction counseling to name a few examples)

2) Two years of experience working with clients specifically in a mental health context (private practice is acceptable)

3) Licensure or certification

4) Population served

5) Personal motivation to provide this work


Our primary concern is that students entering the training have a foundation in basic therapeutic skills and have clinical experience working with clients. We would prefer, for example, a student with a Gestalt or Hakomi training background over a licensed individual who might not have clinical experience. The PSI course should be considered an advanced training. The focus is on trauma, somatic and psychedelic processing, complex developmental wounding, attachment and relational transference dynamics. We expect basic therapy skill sets and mental health experience to be in place for students entering the program.

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