In Partnership with Psychedelic Support
Online Course Description
This self-paced course is Part I of this two-course series.
See Ethics 102 for Part II.
Options: Certificate of Completion or CE Certificate (2 hours).
Price: $39 (Completion) / $54 (CE credit)
In psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy clients are surrendering to an as yet unknown transformation. It is crucial that patients are able to trust the person who sits with them during their exploration. They need to know the person they will rely on is willing to do their very best to attune to the extra-ordinary experience with them and to provide reassurance as needed in that world. And, at the same time, maintain a safe physical, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual container for the explorer.
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.)
Who is this course for?
Professionals interested in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy or in assisting clients with the integration of profound experiences.
Psychologists, therapists, mentors, physicians, medical professionals, bodyworkers, teachers, and guides working with patients or clients in the field of psychedelics.
Client’s ethical needs in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.
- Common gaps in traditional Western ethical education models.
- Mindful, internal approach to ethics serves clients in psychedelic-assisted therapy.
- Ethical differences in therapy with clients who are in a non-ordinary state of consciousness and clients who are in an ordinary state of consciousness.
Mindfulness for working ethically with vulnerable clients.
- Chart of Professional Vulnerabilities to Ethical Misconduct to identify one’s own motivations.
- Why self-compassion is a prerequisite for self-reflection.
After this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the ethical differences and special safety needs of clients in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.
- Apply mindfulness to ethical decision making to dilemmas that may occur during psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.
- Analyze ethically precarious situations that may occur in professional/client interpersonal dynamics during psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.
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Very engaging and informative training. Kylea’s expertise in the worlds of Holotropic Breathwork® and psychedelics is evident in how the similarities and differences of these modalities are woven into this training. These are two worlds in which I walk, and I am thankful for an expanded model of ethics that includes the traditional approach without condemning it. This training has made me eager to hear more about the Ethics of Caring.
– Christopher W.
It’s truly a game changer in how we can perceive authentic caring. Rather than throwing darts at ourselves, in the event of an ethical misstep, these tools offer ways to gracefully course-correct to being in right relationship with ourselves and others. I am beyond grateful for these teachings.
~ Nanette Sullano, USA
The Ethics of Caring is an extraordinarily helpful and groundbreaking 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
Kylea Taylor’s book is a pioneering venture into new territories, providing important guidelines for practitioners and students.
– Stanislav Grof, M.D., Author of Psychology of the Future, Realms of the Human Unconscious, and The Adventure of Self Discovery