Ethical Right Relationship Is at the Heart of Healing.
What Is InnerEthics®?
- An inner, complementary approach to ethics education, to the traditional, external codes, rules, laws and standards, that helps us guide our ethical behavior
- A model encouraging compassionate self-reflection about our own motivations
- A set of concepts and practical tools that help us to know and support ourselves in right relationship
- Professional development that has a personal bonus of benefitting our ordinary lives in personal relationships
Learn more about InnerEthics®.
Ethics is about relationship. It is about the inner relationships of our values to actions. … Ethics is about how we view and treat “the other” in our personal and professional communities. Ethics is the process by which we sort out what best creates inner and outer harmony in our lives and in the lives of those we care for. ~ Kylea Taylor, LMFT
The Ethics of Caring
This unique and widely recommended text complements standard ethics texts by helping the student or professional find right relationship with a client. The Ethics of Caring helps us explore the ethical issues pertaining to feelings and motivations which resonate at our very core.
The Ethics of Caring is written for students and practicing professionals: therapists, educators, medical professionals, hypnotherapists, bodyworkers, hospice workers, clergy and other professional caregivers.
When we engage in self-reflection to know better our own motivations, we reduce client harm and increase client benefit. Read more.
“The Ethics of Caring is an extraordinarily helpful and groundbreaking new book for healers, clergy, therapists, and bodyworkers that illuminates what is necessary to offer wise and trustworthy relations to their clients.”
– Jack Kornfield, Ph.D., Author of A Wise Heart, After the Ecstasy, the Laundry, and A Path with Heart.
“The work with non-ordinary states of consciousness brings specific new challenges and problems that go beyond those encountered in traditional verbal and experiential approaches. Kylea Taylor’s book is a pioneering venture into these new territories, providing important guidelines for practitioners and students.”
– Stanislav Grof, M.D., Author of Psychology of the Future, Realms of the Human Unconscious
InnerEthics® Online Course
Ethical Right Relationship in Psychedelic Therapy
This course provides a self-reflective and self-compassionate approach to Right Relationship; an internal approach which puts our focus on motivations, those deep, not always conscious urges that precede our behaviors with clients. The self-inquiry of Right Relationship complements and amplifies the external, behavioral approach of traditional ethics education (the laws, codes, and standards that guide us behaviorally.)
This course is for professionals who are interested in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy or in assisting clients with the integration of profound experiences. This ethical approach is helpful to anyone working in therapy, and this particular course is focused on self-management and trigger management for those working with patients or clients in the field of psychedelics: psychologists, therapists, mentors, physicians, medical professionals, bodyworkers, teachers, and guides.
Offered in partnership with Psychedelic Support Education. Options: Psychedelic Support Certificate of Completion or Psychedelic Support CE Certificate (2 hours CE credit). Learn more about “Ethical Right Relationship in Psychedelic Therapy”.
If you are making a contribution to the lives of others — as a leader, a mentor, an employer, an educator, or a mental health or medical professional — and you are facing an ethical challenge in your relationships with colleagues or clients, Kylea can help you gain insight about what is going on. Together you can generate some ideas and a direction for how you want to proceed. Consultations are available by telephone or via video conferencing. Read more.
Kylea Taylor has taught courses and made presentations for Marriage and Family Therapists, students training to be breathwork facilitators, for the Association of Pre-and Perinatal Psychology and Health, and for corporations running training programs for therapists studying to be psychedelic therapists.
InnerEthics® is being taught at this time to students and professionals who will be using this self-reflection method personally. InnerEthics® is also in the early stages of preparing a training program for those who will then be able to teach InnerEthics®. Sign up to receive InnerEthics® News, or contact me to receive notice when this program becomes available.
“The lecture slides were excellent. Situations and role-play were very useful. Insights that I gained from Kylea’s lecture and exercises allowed me to see deeper implications of the ethical issues I confront every day in my therapy practice and often in Holotropic Breathwork®. I will be a better therapist going forward.” – Training Participant
Ethical Considerations for Psychedelic Work with Women
The basis of professional ethics is to act always in the best interests of the client. Yet in our work using psychedelics, what is best for the client is not always simple to discern, especially when we have unconscious assumptions or motivations. Unexamined attitudes from mainstream culture may influence our interactions with women clients. | Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), Bulletin Spring 2019: Vol. 29, No. 1. | Read this article.
Kyle Buller, Vital Psychedelic Conversations, interviews Kylea Taylor, LMFT about InnerEthics®, spiritual emergency, integration of extraordinary states, value of peer supervision, evolution of the psychedelic-assisted therapy movement, and more.