Two Portland, Oregon Psychedelic Therapy Training Programs To Fit Your Needs
Clinical Cognitive Training offers a full-time, on-campus program and a flexible hybrid program that allows you to complete your didactic training online. If you’d like to speak to our admissions team for more information, please contact us.
On-Campus 8-Week Program
Prepare to become certified as an Oregon psilocybin services provider with our 8-week, on-campus training program. You’ll attend Monday through Thursday for this 175 hour, accelerated program. The training will take you through the required Oregon state curriculum and then some to ensure you are fully prepared to assist clients.
Hybrid One Year Program
Prepare for the state exam for Oregon psilocybin service facilitators at your own pace in our hybrid, one-year program.You’ll complete the same curriculum as the onsite students at your convenience through our online portal. You’ll have weekly connections with our educators and virtual group options with guest lecturers.Upon completion of the online didactic portion, you must make arrangements with our Clinical Coordinator for completion of the onsite experiential practicum. You’ll have one year to complete the program.
What You’ll Learn In Our Psychedelic Facilitator Training Programs In Oregon
- Vocabulary of psychedelics
- Historical & cultural significance of psychedelics
- Cultural & societal equity with psilocybin use
- Psilocybin pharmacology
- Neuroscience & current research
- Psilocybin dosing & delivery options
We invest significant time in the safety, ethics and responsibilities of the psilocybin facilitator, including staying within the scope of practice.
- Trauma-informed care
- Managing the psilocybin client experience, including identifying & appropriately managing a negative experience
- End-of-life anxiety reduction with psilocybin
- The potential psilocybin client intake interview
- Medical history review process
- Consent process
- Understanding confidentiality Record keeping
Your experiential practicum includes delivering psilocybin/psychedelic medicine in the appropriate set and setting both in private sessions and group sessions. You will also learn to assist your client in integrating the psilocybin experience into their life post psychedelic session.
Oregon Psilocybin Services Facilitator Student Support
Do you have education, training or life experience that would qualify you for our accelerated learning track? With proper proof provided, you may be awarded accelerated training hours (not to exceed 40% of the total number of core training hours).
Contact our admissions team to find out if you qualify.
After graduation, Clinical Cognitive Training provides:
- Tutoring and
We support our graduates in this evolving industry through networking and continuing education to help provide opportunities for success. If you’d like more information, please reach out to our admissions team.
What People Are Asking About Our Oregon Psilocybin Facilitator Training
Clinical Cognitive Training offers our Oregon Psilocybin Facilitator Training Program for $8558 plus a $50 application fee after your acceptance into the program.
Check out the Tuition page for more information about payment plans, scholarships, and more!
Contact us and we can walk you through the application process, answer any questions you may have, and schedule a tour of our facility.
If you know Clinical Cognitive Training is right for you, you can apply today!
We like to keep our classes small for more individualized instruction. We typically have a class size of 6 enabling our students to get the most out of our program.
We offer a Hybrid Psilocybin Facilitator course for those students who need a little more flexibility to complete the program. The didactic portion will be completed through our online portal, then students will schedule their experiential portion on-campus with our instructors.
In order to attend a facilitator training program, students must be at least 21 years old and have a high school diploma or equivalent. To become licensed, students must graduate from an approved program, pass a criminal background check, pass a state exam, and be an Oregon resident (this requirement will expire in 2025.)