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Education Inwardbound

Psychedelic Assisted Therapy Training

Our Educational Mission Statement

Our mission is to educate people on the safe use of psychedelics in a therapeutic setting, combining cutting edge science and psychotherapy with the ancestral wisdom of Ireland

We believe:

  • that psychedelic therapy, when done in a safe manner, has the potential to change the world for the better
  • that psychedelics such as psilocybin are the shared birthright of humanity, belong to no-one, and as such by educating others we would like to reach and help as many people as possible
  • that the core value of healing should always be service to others
  • that psychedelics are sacred medicines of the earth, and deserve our respect
  • that we are custodians of these sacred medicines, not their owners, and therefore have a duty to educate others in how to work responsibly with psychedelics in a safe and therapeutic way
  • that psychedelic healing practised in a safe way should be accessible to all, not just the privileged and wealthy. For this reason, we will offering a limited number of scholarships to those from disadvantaged socio-economic or ethnic backgrounds

Am I eligible to participate?

Our online Introduction to Psychedelic Therapy course may suit:

Mental health professionals interested in learning more about psychedelic therapy

Therapists/ Psychotherapists/ Integration Therapists

If you resonate with our approach of combining the scientific with the spiritual, the shamanic with the psychotherapeautic

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Psychedelic Assisted Therapy Training- Why InwardBound?

  • At InwardBound, our interdisciplinary team of psychotherapists, PhD scientists and holistic therapists believes in weaving together the threads of science and spirituality, knowing that the two ways are one. We work in the broad tradition of Dr Stan Grof – creating a safe container for people to access the wisdom of their own inner healer.
  • We come from a long tradition of psilocybin use in Ireland. Our Celtic ancestors used the wild mushrooms of Northern Europe (Psilocybe Semilanceata) and worked with the patterns of nature for healing and spiritual growth and we continue that land-based ancestral tradition to create a modern context for psilocybin ceremony and reconnection with nature.
  • Since 2018, hundreds of people have attended our retreats. We are one of the pioneering psilocybin retreats in the world.

Introduction to Psychedelic-Assisted therapy online training programme

Request a call back and we will answer any of your questions about the programme