MYCO-METHOD is an intensive and comprehensive program designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to become effective and responsible facilitators of psilocybin-assisted therapy. The program consists of several sections, each focusing on different aspects of psilocybin session facilitation, such as pharmacology, psychological effects, therapeutic relationship, preparation, psilocybin sessions, integration, and ethics.
Participants learn about the history and current state of psilocybin research, the neurobiology and pharmacology of psilocybin, and best practices for working with individuals before, during, and after a psilocybin session. The training also emphasizes the development of interpersonal skills, cultural humility, and ethical principles. Participants who complete the program will be prepared to facilitate psilocybin sessions in a responsible and professional manner.
The Myco-Method Online Course is designed to be self-paced, allowing you to complete the requirements at your convenience. It is designed to contain a minimum of 60 hours of online learning necessary to prepare participants to responsibly facilitate psilocybin sessions. Upon completion of all online course work, including readings and required assignments, participants will receive a certificate of completion of the 60-hour online course.
To successfully complete the full Myco-Method Psilocybin Facilitator Training Program, participants must meet additional hour requirements, including an additional 60 hours of in-person training, and 40 hours of independent study/supervised practicum. These hour requirements ensure that participants receive a thorough education on psilocybin-assisted therapy and are well-prepared to work as facilitators. Additional tuition and fees are required for enrollment in the full training program.
Online course fee: There is a $200 course fee required to enroll in the Myco-Method Online Course.
Tuition fee: There is an additional $4,800 tuition fee required to enroll in the Myco-Method Psilocybin Facilitator Training Program. This fee is for education costs and the accommodation and meal costs for the 1-week residency (payment plans and scholarships are available).
Travel: Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from the residency location, which may include airfare, car rental, or other forms of transportation.
Additional expenses may also be required for practicum accommodations and travels needed to get practicum hours