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Navigate the intricate landscape of your psychedelic practice with monthly group mentorship and peer support. Starting March 15th.
About this program
Elevate your practice with mentorship and peer support
Are you navigating the intricate landscape of psychedelic care and wish you had more professional peer support?
We recognize the distinctive hurdles that you're facing. The essence of our work can often be as challenging as it is rewarding, making the presence of mentors and peers not just beneficial, but essential for your growth and the deepening of your practice.
Our Facilitator Circle offers a nurturing space for you to refine your skills, address challenges, and grow your ability to support your clients well, from intake to integration.
This is a space where the wisdom of communal traditions meets the rigor of Western therapeutic techniques, promoting a well-rounded approach to psychedelic care.
You’ll be part of an engaged community of professionals who are as dedicated to their growth as they are to supporting others. Through sharing experiences, insights, and best practices, you’ll not only expand your own understanding but also contribute to the collective wisdom of the group.
This is more than just a program; it’s part of an inspired vision towards elevating the standards of psychedelic facilitation. You have an important role to play in this story. We hope you'll join us.
Deliver safer and more effective care for your community
Expand your toolbox. Learn from complimentary and new perspectives from various facilitation backgrounds.
Improve client outcomes. Provide safer and more effective services to your clients, from preparation to integration.
Review your methods. Share client cases and grow from working in a group through challenges your peers faced.
Understand yourself better. Develop awareness about the gifts that you hold and how your clientele benefits from them.
Deepen your skillset. Gain insights into your thought processes, cultural perspectives, and intervention strategies.
Benefit from community. Learn through mentorship and collaborative reflection, healing, and listening.
Who is the Circle for?
For professional psychedelic facilitators and space holders
- Plant medicine facilitators
- Professional therapists
- Retreat and clinic support teams
- Integration coaches
- Spiritual care workers
Areas of exploration
Explore the complex facets of psychedelic facilitation
Increase the repertoire of your psychedelic support interventions, from clinical to shamanic frameworks.
Working with trauma
Learn how to better identify trauma and working with it in a positive way.
Experience guidance in managing the intense emotional and psychological material that arises during psychedelic sessions.
Gain insights into aiding clients with integrating their profound experiences into everyday life.
Learn how to read a client case by case in its singularity or particularities to deliver tailored interventions.
Discover new techniques for navigating and stabilizing challenging waters.
Set and setting mastery
Learn how to optimize the mindset of your clients and the therapeutic environment, crucial for successful outcomes.
Develop skills to balance and manage client expectations about the transformative yet gradual nature of psychedelic therapy.
Navigating ethical and legal landscapes
Understand how to operate within the legal and ethical frameworks of this evolving field with safety in mind.
Hi, I am Mijal Schmidt.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist based in Mexico. I have a master's in musicology and specializations in psychodynamic psychotherapy, crisis intervention, trauma, and therapeutic accompaniment.
My journey with plant medicines began over 15 years ago, and since then, I have worked on hundreds of cases. I am an Integration Psychotherapist at ICEERS and the Director of Clinical Care at Nectara.
My approach blends the ceremonial plant medicine world with the clinical lens. I believe both perspectives can complement each other well, recognizing that each case brings its own unique needs and requirements.
I look forward to hearing from you and sharing our work together!
A couple of scholarships are available. Please text or Signal Sandra at 831-419-8794 to inquire.
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