Many opportunities are arising for caregivers to provide psychedelic therapy and related services within their existing scope of practice.
Some facilitators and trainers are designing new creativity-based frameworks for therapists to help people navigate their psychedelic experiences.
Mental health professionals can prepare for the coming legalization of psychedelics by understanding what they offer people suffering from substance use disorder.
KAP training programs prepare clinicians to provide ketamine-assisted therapy, which is proving to be a beneficial mental health treatment.
As more clinicians seek training, questions have emerged about who PAT is for, how to support non-clinical psychedelics use, and the role of integration.