A model of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy

01215 231 108 01215 231 108
17th May 2024, 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Counsellors and trainees

This model for psychedelic-assisted therapy - adapts behavioural interventions to the phenomena and challenges of a psychedelic experience.

You will learn:

  • A range of different self-perspectives that can emerge during psychedelic experiences.
  • How a more expanded self-perspective can inspire and inform precise valued action.
  • New data and evidence that can inform how to achieve lasting change with psychedelic therapy.
  • Practices for reinforcing behaviour change with new alignments between a person's inner 'parts' (multiple selves) and their outer multiple domains of living.

The trainer has spent over three and a half years collecting quantitative and qualitative data in order to understand how psilocybin and psychological/behavioural processes interact for lasting therapeutic benefit.

This event costs just £10, and you can register via Eventbrite.

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Hosted by Jim Lucas

Henry Whitfield is a psychological therapist with 20 years of experience in trauma work and mindfulness-informed cognitive-behavioural approaches. Henry authored a new Contextual Behavioural model of psychedelic therapy: A Spectrum of Selves (published in Frontiers in Psychiatry (2021) and has also co-developed a corresponding training.