I appreciated the variety of the different learning methods from experiential to didactic. There was enough practice to try new things, explore own reaction but learning tools to support clients through a new approach. I truly appreciate the community we are creating. Knowing there is no judgment on how this new field will be approached through the teaching and offerings of old wisdom and knowledge.

My learning and growth has been so valuable! I sincerely appreciated the honesty and vulnerability of the presenters. The knowledge and skills they brought with them and shared has been integral. The live demonstrations were excellent tools that I could immediately understand and have begun to implement in my practice. As I said, I am an experiential learner and being able to witness the process and watch it unfold in front of me was incredibly beneficial. Easily accessible and applicable. Thank you!

I found the multiple methods in which the material was presented as being the most helpful as it made the material interesting. Further, being able to have some overlap reinforced learning and enabled synthesis of material, which is helpful for busy, adult learners.

All of the training I’ve experienced so far with Numinus has been extremely high quality, very thoughtfully curated, and delivered in a way that reflects and highlights our shared values as mental health practitioners. The team produces very engaging learning experiences, and I appreciated the opportunities to reflect, discuss, connect, learn from each other and get exposure to the latest research and knowledge as well. I also really appreciate the cultural humility that’s integrated into all of the learning experiences I’ve been a part of so far. Invitations to ground or breathe together feel really helpful too and also allow us to sync up/co-regulate as a group, which I find helps with setting the tone of our time together. It also means we are absorbing the learning from our optimal window of tolerance, which makes the learning richer and able to be more deeply integrated.

All of the training I’ve experienced so far with Numinus has been extremely high quality, very thoughtfully curated, and delivered in a way that reflects and highlights our shared values as mental health practitioners. The team produces very engaging learning experiences, and I appreciated the opportunities to reflect, discuss, connect, learn from each other and get exposure to the latest research and knowledge as well. I also really appreciate the cultural humility that’s integrated into all of the learning experiences I’ve been a part of so far. Invitations to ground or breathe together feel really helpful too and also allow us to sync up/co-regulate as a group, which I find helps with setting the tone of our time together. It also means we are absorbing the learning from our optimal window of tolerance, which makes the learning richer and able to be more deeply integrated.

I appreciate being able to understand the mechanistic properties of the medicine, along with protocol for safe and effective use (and assessment).

I enjoyed that I could do it at my own pace. I appreciated the fact that there were links to outside materials and clinical trial summaries so I can research even more on my own.

Ketamine is currently a strong focus area for me in the work I do with my clients, so having this information presented so plainly and accessibly is better equipping me to educate my clients on the medicine and to provide helpful context for them.a

The Embodied Inquiry method is very useful as a modality of somatic therapy and healing. I absolutely loved the article on the PSIP Model. It was so rich and fascinating. I also enjoyed learning from the Youtube videos. I enjoyed the group work and found it useful to apply some of the concepts we were learning.

I loved that the EI modality is immediately applicable to verbal therapy without psychedelics for all kinds of client issues. I have aspired to bring the body into the therapy I do more experientially and this is an accessible way for therapists of all orientations to help clients listen to their bodies and "parts," to better understand themselves and work more actively and compassionately toward healing. I'm also excited to use things like SIBAM for psychedelic prep, medicine, and integration sessions and hope to bring this kind of focus to my own journeys.