Foundations of Psychedelic Therapies by SoundMind
A 10-Week Certificate Course for Clinicians and Facilitators

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Begins september 2021
  • Lead instructor: Hannah C. McLane, MD, MA, MPH
  • 10 Weeks of daily readings and interactive content
  • Weekly live Zoom classes for 2 hours/week
  • Video and reading content for you to keep
  • Weekly assignments and accountability groups
  • Different guest instructors  each week on live call
Course overview:
This is a ten-week graduate-level training course for clinicians and other professionals to understand the literature and practice of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, including the use of ketamine, MDMA, psilocybin, and LSD in the therapeutic setting. This course is designed for clinicians -  especially psychotherapists, physicians, and others - but being a clinician isn’t a requirement for acceptance. 
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Certificate course:
Once you complete the course and assignments, you will receive a certificate of completion. This certificate demonstrates that you have completed our curriculum in psychedelic-assisted therapies. You are then invited to participate in our facilitator training and membership program, if you choose to continue our curriculum.
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Course fees:
The cost to take this course is $2200, with an option to pay all at once or in 4 monthly installments of $550.

What's included?

  • 10 Classes
  • Invitation to our Online Community
  • Interactive reading and video materials
  • 1-on-1 Mentorship Meeting with Dr. Hannah 
  • Certificate Upon Completion

Learn about psychedelics

Psychedelic medicine is rapidly increasing in popularity. Ride the ever-growing wave with us and learn from reputable experts in the field. Learn about all of your options to become a provider and supporter in this space!

Meet new friends and colleagues

Meet new people with the same interests and become a part of the network of forward-thinking individuals. Our community is dynamic and exciting - you are invited to join our alumni community after completing the Intro level course. 
Meet the instructor

Hannah C. McLane

Hannah is a neuroscientist, physician, and psychotherapist. She attended Brown Medical School, and holds Master’s degrees in Public Health (Harvard) and Speech Pathology (Temple). Her residencies were in Neurology and Occupational Medicine (UPenn). In 2010 she founded SoundMind. Her research interests include psychedelic ethics - especially informed consent ethics and distributive justice - as well as psychedelics for cognitive diversity and PTSD. 
Patrick Jones - Course author
Meet the guest teachers

Live Zoom Classes with Guest Experts 

Weekly live classes are recorded for your access during and after the course. 

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Student testimonials

Meet Some of Our Former Students!

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Who Can Apply for this Course:

This course is intended for clinicians and facilitators, including:

  • Therapists
  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Body workers
  • Music therapists
  • All other allied health professionals interested in psychedelic facilitation
  • Students considering applying to graduate school
  •   Professionals looking to know more about psychedelic therapy facilitation

Frequently asked questions

How long is the class and how much is pre-recorded content?

The class meets for 2 hours once a week for 10 weeks. These are live Zoom sessions with guest lecturers present, which allows you to ask questions directly. This is a special part of our curriculum and unique in the psychedelic education space. 

Are there small group meetings too?

Yes, we have reading accountability groups each week that are required, and are 45 minute check-ins with other members of your class. We set these up according to your availability, so match you with folks who can meet at the same time.

What is the time commitment per week outside of class (readings, homework, etc.)?

Readings and other activities typically take 3-4 hours outside of class each week. If you miss a week or get behind on your readings, we give you 3 weeks after the end of your last class to do make-up reading and assignments. To earn the certificate you need to have completed at least 8 of the 10 homework assignments and be present for 8/10 classes (if you have to miss more than 2 classes, a makeup plan can be arranged). All classes are recorded and you have access to those videos after each class and also beyond completion of the course. 

When does the class meet?

The class is usually offered on Mondays from 12-2PM or Tuesday 5:30-7:30PM, and we run an Intro-level course every 3 months. If you have applied and we are mid-course, please email us to receive pre-readings that can help you prepare for the next course while you wait. We will also soon be offering modules that can be taken anytime, and if you are a therapist or facilitator already you can directly apply to our membership program.

What if I miss one or two classes?

Not a problem! The classes will be recorded for you to catch up on what was covered that week. If you think you’ll miss more than 2 classes we recommend waiting until the next cohort for your benefit and optimal experience. 

I’m not a clinician but I’m interested in the course. Can I still apply?

Yes! We open the application to everyone who is interested in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy facilitation. About 30% of the students in previous cohorts were not clinicians yet, but had interest in pursuing that path or learning what ways they could get involved even without graduate school. We also offer a facilitator training that is open to non-therapists, so please check this out after completion of this course. If you are not a clinician, please keep in mind this course is designed for people who have some background in psychotherapy or clinical work. If you are still interested and have none of this background, please apply and if accepted we have some preparation homework to get you up-to-speed.

Can I legally provide psychedelic therapy after this course? What does the certificate allow me to do?

Ketamine is the only legal psychedelic at this time in the United States, and we will teach you about how this is used. There is no certification required to administer ketamine specifically, one needs to be a therapist and know an MD who can prescribe. We are building out a facilitator program currently that will allow you to be an unlicensed facilitator/coach for people being treated with psychedelics by SoundMind and others. The Intro level class is required to join our facilitator program. 

Do I have to go to graduate school to become a psychedelic facilitator?

You don't actually! This is why we have opened our classes to non-therapists, but we do expect a certain amount of background knowledge about psychotherapy. Again, if you are not already a therapist, we can send you pre-readings to get you up to speed about psychotherapy basics. If you do decide to go to graduate school, or are already a physician or clinician, you will likely have more options of roles within the psychedelic ecosystem, but there will be plenty of other possible roles as well. Part of the purpose of this course is to get us all connected so we can form teams including all the different roles of people - prescribers, therapists, breathwork practitioners, music therapists, overnight sitters, designers to create the physical setting, mycologists and chemists, pharmacists, nurses, bodyworkers, and more. These classes are dynamic and the community-building is amazing! You will not be disappointed. 

What makes SoundMind Unique?

We pride ourselves in creating courses and trainings that have equity, social justice, and ethics as a centerpiece of all conversations. These therapies need to be made available to the most marginalized among us, and we need to start the conversation and any trainings there. We are a Psychedelic Center in urban Philadelphia creating inclusive and innovative psychedelic protocols for populations in need, and your participation in our courses and trainings directly benefits our nonprofit - all proceeds from this class go to the nonprofit and building out these therapies for populations who need them. This is unique as many other trainings you find online are for-profit and not community driven. This is not our motive, and we are excited to include you in the psychedelic revolution that starts with our communities and inclusivity. Welcome aboard!

Meet Our Faculty:

Week I: Intro to Non-ordinary States

Aubrey Howard

Aubrey Howard finds expression as Transformational Breath Facilitator and identifies as queer woman of color who believes in the natural healing power of the self through yoga, mediation, breath work and connection to spirit. She feels that at the heart of practice is the art of acceptance, stillness and surrender. Her own challenges with anxiety and depression prompted her to look further at the mind and how its influence affects our physical bodies and the way we move throughout the world; especially in communities of marginalized people. It wasn’t long before Aubrey realized that an exploration of mind, spirit, consciousness and human potential was beckoning her. Aubrey remains focused on health and wellbeing as she integrates shamanic healing with ancient wisdom to deliver exceptional perspective, skill and compassion to her students.

Week II: Sound Healing, Music Playlists, and Breathwork: The Importance of Set and Setting

Kyle Buller

Kyle earned his B.A. in Transpersonal Psychology, where he studied the healing potential of non-ordinary states of consciousness by exploring shamanism, plant medicine, Holotropic Breathwork, and the roots/benefits of psychedelic psychotherapy. Kyle has co-taught two college-level courses. One of the courses Kyle created as a capstone project, “Stanislav Grof’s Psychology of Extraordinary Experiences,” and the other one which he co-created, “The History of Psychedelics.”

Kyle completed his M.S. in clinical mental health counseling with an emphasis in somatic psychology. Kyle’s clinical background in mental health consists of working with at-risk teenagers in crisis and with individuals experiencing an early-episode of psychosis. Kyle also facilitates Transpersonal Breathwork workshops. He is also a Co-Founder of the organization Psychedelics Today. 

Week II: Sound Healing, Music Playlists, and Breathwork: The Importance of Set and Setting

Pierre Bouchard, MA, LPC

Pierre Bouchard is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a private ketamine practice in Boulder, CO. He specializes in blending somatics, embodiment, attachment theory, and trauma therapy with ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. A graduate of Naropa University (in Contemplative Psychotherapy), he has trained in several somatic psychotherapy modalities, most recently the Hakomi Method under Melissa Grace, and currently, in Ido Portal’s movement system. He supervises therapists around ketamine work. He has maintained a meditation practice for 20 years, and in his spare time, works as a vinyl DJ.

Week III: MDMA Assisted Psychotherapy and MAPS Training: Lay of the Land

Joseph McCowan, PsyD

Joseph McCowan, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, currently working in Los Angeles as a co-therapist in the MAPS sponsored phase 3 clinical trials of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD. He is an alumni of MAPS August 2019 MDMA Therapy Training for Communities of Color. Joseph is deeply passionate about furthering education and awareness of the healing benefits of psychedelics for communities of color and in working to improve mental health outcomes for historically underserved communities.

Week IV: Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy

Jeffrey Guss, MD

Jeff is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the New York University School of Medicine. He is Co-Principal Investigator and Director of Psychedelic Psychotherapy for the NYU Psilocybin Cancer Anxiety Research Project. He has recently published on the topics of gender and sexuality in Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society and Studies in Gender and Sexuality. Dr. Guss maintains a private practice of psychiatry in New York City, specializing in psychotherapy as well as the outpatient treatment of addictive disorders.

Week V: Psychedelic Therapy and Inclusion: BIPOC and other Marginalized Communities

Joseph McCowan, PsyD

Joseph McCowan, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, currently working in Los Angeles as a co-therapist in the MAPS sponsored phase 3 clinical trials of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD. He is an alumni of MAPS August 2019 MDMA Therapy Training for Communities of Color. Joseph is deeply passionate about furthering education and awareness of the healing benefits of psychedelics for communities of color and in working to improve mental health outcomes for historically underserved communities.

Week VI: Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy

Veronika Gold, LMFT, Co-Founder of Polaris and Psychedelic Therapist

Veronika Gold, a psychologist from the Czech Republic and a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California, has an expertise in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and PTSD. She is a co-founder and CEO of Polaris Insight Center in San Francisco, clinic providing Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy treatment and training. She is also a co-therapist at San Francisco Insight and Integration Center, site participating in the Phase 3 MDMA-Assisted Therapy clinical trial for the treatment of PTSD sponsored by MAPS. She is as well an associate supervisor for the expanded access program and European MAPS trials. Veronika Gold is as well EMDR therapist, consultant, and a volunteer facilitator for EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program. She is a certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and a Realization Process Teacher. Veronika provides Psychedelic Integration Therapy and serves as a consultant, trainer, and presenter on Psychedelic Assisted Therapies.

Week VII: Meditation and Psychedelics

Michael J. Baime, MD

Michael Baime MD is the Director of the Penn Program for Mindfulness and the Director of Mind-Body Programs for the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania. He started practicing meditation at the age of 8, taught meditation in a Tibetan Buddhist lineage in the 1980s, and founded the Penn Program for Mindfulness in 1990. Since then the Penn program has trained more than 20,000 individuals in an immersive eight-week mindfulness program. Dr. Baime is widely recognized for his innovative educational programming, his interactive and engaging presentations, and his effective adaptations of traditional meditation techniques to meet the challenges of modern life.

Week VII: Meditation and Psychedelics

Leah Weiss, PhD, MSW

Leah Weiss, PhD, MSW, is a researcher, lecturer, consultant, and author. She teaches Compassionate Leadership at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where she created the perennially waitlisted course “Leading with Mindfulness and Compassion.” She is a principal teacher and a founding faculty member of Stanford’s Compassion Cultivation Program, conceived by the Dalai Lama. Her book How We Work: Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, and Embrace the Daily Grind has been translated into seven languages and received acclaim by everyone from the Dalai Lama to the New York Times.

In 2019, she co-founded Skylyte, bringing the science of resilience into 85 companies across sectors, including Genentech, Goldman Sachs, Google, Kaiser Permanente, and Intuit. Her work has been covered by news outlets around the world, including BBC, the New York Times, TED, the Financial Times, Harvard Business Review, and countless others.

Week VIII: Psychedelics, Clinical Ethics, and Boundary Violations: Spotting It, Stopping It, and Understanding Why it Happens

Michelle Joy, MD

Michelle is a psychiatrist who works with forensic, emergency, and outpatient (particularly schizophrenia) populations at the Philadelphia VA and various court rooms, jails, and prisons. She obtained her ScB in Cognitive Neuroscience a Brown University, her medical degree at Yale University, and general and forensic psychiatry trainings at the University of Pennsylvania. Her academic work is at the intersection of psychiatry, ethics, and the law and also writes for general audiences.

Week VIII: Psychedelics, Clinical Ethics, and Boundary Violations: Spotting It, Stopping It, and Understanding Why it Happens

Daniel Wikler, PhD

Professor Dan Wikler is the Director of the Harvard Program in Ethics and Health (PEH). His current research interests are ethical issues in population and international health, including the allocation of health resources. Prior to his time at Harvard, he served as the first Staff Ethicist for the World Health Organization. He also served on the President’s Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine in Washington, D.C., as Staff Philosopher for Biomedical and Behavioral Research. He has a particular interest in using simplified dilemmas to highlight the ethical issues involved in global health decision-making.

Week IX: Ceremonial Use of Psychedelics

Rodney Garcia, MD

Rodney Garcia is a Curandero and ceremonial practitioner of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition (PMT). He also is an apprentice of the Shipibo Ayahuasca and Master Plant tradition working under Enrique López Fasanando, at Inkan Kena Centro Espiritual in the Peruvian Amazon. Rodney holds a Medical Doctorate specialized in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. He is a licensed and Board Certified Anesthesiologist practicing in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His passions for medicine, health, and wellness extend beyond Anesthesiology and the operating room and are expressed through various western medicine modalities including Lifestyle and Integrative Medicine, as well as Body, Mind, and Spiritual practices.

Spiritual, medical, and food sovereignty are of vital importance to him and, in alignment with this overarching approach to integral health, Rodney established and co-owns a regenerative, permaculture farm and homestead in the high desert environment of central New Mexico. Rodney and his partner are in the process of establishing a Ceremonial retreat and Wellness Center in Mexico, in the town of Tomatlan. The Center will serve as a traditional medicines practice and plant medicine educational center for the local communities and international visitors.

Week IX: Mediumship and Psychedelics

Cindy Kaza

Cindy has been extremely intuitive since very early childhood. At the age of 10 she had her first memorable experience with a spirit. Days after losing a childhood friend in a fatal car accident, Cindy woke up in the middle of the night to see her friend standing next to her bed. At the time, she dismissed this experience and convinced herself it was just a dream. It wasn’t until her early 20’s that she realized she was having psychic and mediumistic experiences all along. During this “awakening” she began searching for answers and reasons for her experiences and became aware of her multi-faceted abilities as a psychic medium. She began training not only in the United States but also at the Arthur Findlay School of Intuitive Sciences in Stansted, England. She believes in compassionately sharing her gift with others while also opening up others to the gifts they too possess and that everyone is inherently intuitive and able to feel Spirit!

Week X: Conclusion and Bodywork and Somatics for Psychedelic Therapy

Lynn Kreaden

Lynn Kreaden is the founder of Lifeworks NY and a Senior Faculty member of The Institute Core Energetics in New York. With over 25 years' experience in intimacy and sexuality, she works with singles and couples, as well as survivors of generational, cultural and sexual trauma. She has a private practice in NYC where she leads workshops and training seminars on intimacy, sexuality and connection.
  • Each class meets weekly on Zoom as a group. Each week you are expected to read 2-3 articles and be ready to discuss them, and there will be short writing assignments as well for reflection.
  • This course is experiential in nature, and we will be offering various opportunities to experience breathwork and non-ordinary meditative states during this course - via guided sessions during the Zoom meetings - and ask participants to reflect on these experiences.
  • Each week we will also welcome a guest lecturer/teacher in addition to Dr. McLane, who can add to the discussion. These are people with specific areas of experience within psychedelic therapy as well as other subject areas. This can help you grow your psychedelic therapy network, and understand various players and experts in the field.
  • Our guest speaker lineup is an incredible group, and we can’t wait to bring them to you. Co-Instructors of our courses include Marcela Ot'alora G., lead trainer for MAPS MDMA therapy, and Joseph McCowan who specializes in diversity and inclusion in the psychedelic space and is also a therapist for MAPS Phase III trials of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy. Kyle Buller from Psychedelics Today will also be joining us, as will Michael Baime who directs the Penn Center for Mindfulness program. And many more!
  • You will receive a certificate of completion from SoundMind at the end of this course.
  • If you are interested but not yet ready to apply, please sign up for our newsletter. Thank you!


*Note that for each cohort, speaker lineup may change

9/14/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week I: Introductions and Breathwork Instruction
Guest Lecturer: Aubrey Howard (SoundMind Center)

9/21/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week II: Sound Healing, Music Playlists, and Breathwork: The Importance of Set and Setting
Guest Lecturers: Kyle Buller (Psychedelics Today) and Pierre Bouchard

9/28/21 11:00 AM-1:00 PM EST
Week III: MDMA Assisted Psychotherapy and MAPS Training: Lay of the Land.
Guest Lecturer: Joseph McCowan, Psy.D (MAPS Phase III Therapist)

10/5/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week IV: Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy
Guest Lecturer: Jeff Guss, MD

10/12/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week V: Psychedelic Therapy and Inclusion: BIPOC and other Marginalized Communities
Guest Lecturer: Joseph McCowan, Psy.D (MAPS Phase III Therapist)

10/19/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week VI: Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy
Guest Lecturers: Veronika Gold, MFT (Polaris Insight Center) and Jack Korbutov PharmD (Art of Medicine Pharmacy)

10/26/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week VII: Meditation and Psychedelics
Guest Lecturer: Michael Baime MD (University of Pennsylvania, Center for Mindfulness)

11/2/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week VIII: Psychedelics, Clinical Ethics, and Boundary Violations: Spotting It, Stopping It, and Understanding Why it Happens
Guest Lecturer: Michelle Joy, MD (University of Pennsylvania Psychiatry Dept), Daniel Wikler, PhD

11/9/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week IX: Ceremonial Use of Psychedelics
Guest Lecturers: Rodney Garcia (Church of the Eagle and Condor) and Cindy Kaza (Medium)

11/16/21 5:30-7:30 PM EST
Week X: Conclusion and Bodywork and Somatics for Psychedelic Therapy
Guest Lecturer: Lynn Kreaden 

  • Course fees: The cost to take this course is $2200, with an option to pay all at once or in 4 monthly installments of $550. We do have partial scholarships and priority goes to BIPOC-identified individuals. Please complete your course application first before applying for a scholarship. You can email us at to learn more about this option. Tuitions are non-refundable after the first class has occurred unless deemed extenuating circumstances at the discretion of the program leaders.

Hope you can join us and join our growing and dynamic community!

Hear from our Past Participants!

Jillan Sackett, MD, MS


This class was an important comprehensive introduction to the necessity of psychedelics in mental health. It provided groundwork for the many different psychedelic compounds and how they can be utilized to help a person heal in a safe, therapeutic setting. Dr. McLane provided ample resources ranging from strictly academic to easy fun reads that helped me get a fuller understanding of the effect of these medications. The instructors are each experts in their fields, who managed to be open to all questions and dialog, while still maintaining enough framework for learning. The classes were simultaneously incredibly informative and fun/relaxed. My only issue with this class is that it ended. I would have loved to continue my learning and interactions with this amazing community of people. I am not sure how Dr. McLane managed to put this together, but I highly recommend it to anyone interested in this field. Which, as mental health workers, we all should be. I still have much to learn about psychedelics before I feel capable of using them in my practice, and I look towards Dr. McLane to have another learning series for this very reason.

Gail Serruya, MD


This course was incredible! I highly recommend it! It was a fabulous introduction to psychedelics in a small group setting, featuring accomplished and knowledgeable speakers in the field. I found the combination of high yield readings, lectures, and discussions to be a great format for learning. Dr. McLane is also a fantastic resource for many other happenings in this exciting field. I definitely gained a solid foundation in the psychedelic field, and this course played a definitive role in helping me to formulate my next career steps.

Deborahlise Mota, LAc, PhD(c)


SoundMind has been a phenomenal fit for me. As an herbalist, botanist, Ayurvedic practitioner, and an immigrant from South America, I have been both an advocate and protector of ceremonial plant medicine. Dr. Hannah created a safe and supportive space for those who practice on the fridge of conventional medicine, while weaving in her passion for ethics, social justice, and regard for Indigenous and ancestral medicine. The course curriculum and digital membership site are thoughtfully organized, packed with extensive resources and a fantastic lineup of guest teachers and facilitators. Without any doubt, I would highly recommend the SoundMind certification course to Western or Eastern trained practitioners, healers, and mental health advocates who want to work with these sacred and extraordinary medicines.

David J. Stern, PsyD


This was a great organized presentation of information on various aspects of the blossoming psychedelic world. From cutting edge research, to clinical applications, to conversations with experts in many areas of psychedelic research and practice, this was a rich opportunity for learning. Dr. McLane helped create a safe learning environment with plenty of opportunity for small group exploring and sharing. It provided me with an opportunity to see what role I might want to play in this psychedelic renaissance, and the role psychedelics can play for my clients and for our wounded and beautiful world.

Emily Hollerbach

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I'm not a therapist but ever since I learned about psychedelic therapy, I've just felt incredibly drawn to it. I signed up for this class, and a few others from different organizations, to learn as much as I could as quickly as possible. I enjoyed this class so much! This class was definitely the most professional, extensively researched, and backed by legitimate research studies out of all the classes that I took. Every week, we would have interesting discussions about all kinds of topics regarding psychedelic therapy. We got to hear from numerous different experts in the field and learned so much from hearing about their professional experience. I really looked forward to attending this class every week and I'm sad it's over. Can't wait to sign up for the next one!!!

Favianna Rodriguez, PhD

artist. activist. cultural organizer

Taking the course with SoundMind was a tremendously powerful and transformative experience for me as an artist activist who is working to shift the culture around psychedelics. I was thrilled that the curriculum included conversations on racial justice and access to plant medicines. The diversity of attendees in the class was also a big plus for me. I am not a licensed therapist, I am an artist working towards social change and I was happy to be welcomed as such to the class. My goal is to promote more inclusive narratives about psychedelics, and SoundMind helped me get closer to that goal. I highly recommend this class for people who are committed to healing communities that have been most impacted by oppression, white supremacy, and racial violence. I believe we urgently need more courses like this in order to accelerate diversity, equity and inclusion in the space of psychedelics.

Madelaine Wolf Bukiet

MSW Student

Dr. McLane's Introduction to Psychedelic Therapies training course was a remarkable experience for me as a new therapist. Hannah introduced us to experts from all over the field and gave us the opportunity to engage with them about the most exciting and worrying aspects of the psychedelic therapy movement.

Hannah's teaching style is especially sensitive to non-neurotypical folks - there were always a variety of ways to learn and engage with the material. In addition to the material itself - which was always both cutting edge and fascinating - Hannah also introduced us to meditative states which would be extremely helpful to us as psychedelic practitioners.
I see Hannah as a community builder! The future of psychedelic medicine is going to require a lot of us to work together. In addition to the knowledge and information presented in this course, Hannah's Introduction to Psychedelic Therapies Course also helps encourage and expand the group of humans who are dedicated to helping people heal with psychedelic medicine.
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