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-assisted therapy was a poor fit, coincided with the changing drug laws such that the research was effectively stopped for some 20 years ( Oram, 2012 ). The influence and centrality of psychedelic therapists’ and researchers’ personal experience with psychedelics

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Although Native American communities are unique in their beliefs, traditions, and languages, there are some fundamental common belief systems shared by most Native American cultures. Therapists and other practitioners engaging in a healing relationship with Native Peoples should be aware of these fundamental aspects of the Native American culture. This includes trust/respect, confidentiality outside of the context therapeutic setting, culturally based therapy that is inclusive of Native American traditions, and culture, and making efforts to gain an understanding of the culture with which one will be interacting.

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-assisted psychotherapy as a training exercise for his work as a psychedelic therapist for the study described by Williams, Reed, et al. ( 2019 ). The author provides a unique perspective, contrasting harsh drug laws his home country of Singapore against his legitimized

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. These factors increase the risk to patients for abuses of power, boundary violations, and sexual assault ( Villiger & Trachsel, 2023 ). Issues of sexual exploitation by psychedelic therapists and prominent figures in the psychedelic field are well

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a practice not yet legal or endorsed by any traditional professional licensing or governing body. Phelps (2017) specified criteria for psychedelic therapists derived from “fundamental agreement on the core knowledge, attitudes, and skills of a

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of color dedicated to bringing MDMA therapy to communities to support its members to both flourish and expand. Future psychedelic therapists Leaders in the field of psychedelic medicine are working to develop

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psychedelic therapists. Yet, the role of guides or therapists may be far more complex and less automatizable than often suggested in the contemporary clinical literature, including through the depiction of their function in peer-reviewed journal articles that

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. Effects of enhanced suggestibility have no doubt contributed to the frequency of coercive or abusive behaviors on the part of psychedelic therapists which has been receiving increased visibility as of late ( Ross LK, n.d. ). This tension between more open

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drug that they think they are familiar with. About 17.7% of the sample classified the bad trip experience positively. We can understand this counterintuitive finding, if we consider the clinical observations of psychedelic therapists. They

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Stacey B. Armstrong
,
Adam W. Levin
,
Yitong Xin
,
Jordan C. Horan
,
Jason Luoma
,
Paul Nagib
,
Brian Pilecki
, and
Alan K. Davis

://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.743599 . Phelps , J. ( 2017 ). Developing guidelines and competencies for the training of psychedelic therapists . Journal of Humanistic Psychology , 57 ( 5 ), 450 – 487 . https://doi.org/10.1177/0022167817711304 . Reimers

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