PRATI Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy Consultation – January to March 2023

An Invitation to PRATI Consultation Groups

 

PRATI KAP clinical consultation groups are designed to support professional growth and learning in a group format. Groups will meet in a live webinar weekly for 6 weeks. Sessions are a forum for facilitated clinical case discussions, research review and discussion, and an exploration of ketamine therapy methodologies and non-ordinary states of consciousness from theory to practice. Participants are encouraged to bring their cases and/or clinical KAP discussion items and questions. Groups will be capped at 12 participants and are open to licensed health professionals. To build group cohesion and shared support, registration is for an entire course of group sessions. Refunds will not be issued for missed sessions. This training is designed for therapists, psychologists, physicians, and other healthcare professionals who want to better understand the basics of ketamine assisted psychotherapy and how they can ensure the best clinical outcomes for patients.

 

Cost

$500 for 6x 90-minute group consultations.

 

Group size

Minimum 8 participants. Maximum group size 12 participants.

** If we do not meet the minimum criteria of 8 participants this purchase will be refunded.

 

Meeting Times

Tuesdays from 5 PM – 6:30 PM MST

Meeting Dates

(1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/28, 3/7)

 

Format

Video Calls via Zoom

Discussion via Slack and/or Google email group

 

Eligibility

Enrollment in this group course is open to licensed health professionals that are PRATI KAP Alumni.

 

Instructor

German Ascani, MD

Many of you know German as our PRATI Medical Lead. He has a broad range of clinical experience having worked over a decade in public psychiatry, community mental health systems, and private practice in California. In his current Colorado practice he uses an integrative approach and uses Ketamine, including Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy. He is a study physician and MAPS trained therapist working on the phase 3 study on MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD. German has particular interests in the potential for psychological, emotional and spiritual healing that new and emerging psychedelic medicines bring to the mental health field. He supports the clinical use of these powerful transformative tools to open up a process of deep exploration, self-reflection and lasting growth.

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PRATI Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy Consultation - January to March 2023

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