MDMA Therapy Training Program Update: June 2022

Training staff and contractors pictured above, from left to right: Sara Gael Giron, Corey Westbury, Veena Muthusamy, Nicole Sylvestre, Chris Stauffer, Ryan Beauregard, Wesley Hale, Christine Penny, Bruce Poulter, and Marcela Ot’alora. 

MDMA Therapy Training Program: June 2022 Update 

In May 2022, the MDMA Therapy Training Team hosted their second 100-hour blended (online/in person) training program and hosted a week-long in-person training retreat in Colorado (pictured above). In addition to the synchronous and online course content, the training retreat incorporated immersive learning components including art therapy projects, an evening music experiential evening, gong bath performance, and the SoundSelf technology by EntheoDigital, which engages your voice in a biofeedback loop enhanced by vibro-acoustics and light therapy. June training plans include an in-person retreat at Omega Institute in New York and a collaboration with CPTR in California. 

Upcoming 2022 Trainings 

The 2022 training schedule has been posted on the training website, including options for a blended (online/in person) training format and an entirely virtual training format. 

Blended Format Cohorts: 

  •  September 12-18, North Carolina • Online Course starts in August 
  • September 25-October 1, Colorado • Online Course starts in August 
  • October 9-14, New York • Online Course starts in September 

Virtual Cohort: 

  • Fall 2022 (October-January) 

Application Information 

Applications are now being accepted for the above training programs. (Apply Here

Previously submitted applications will remain on file and will be reviewed for upcoming training opportunities. 

Guided by our commitment to deliver on our public benefit promise that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to heal, MAPS Public Benefit Corporation is growing its MAPS Health Equity Leadership Program for Providers (formerly titled Health Equity Scholarship). Establishing a trusting relationship between providers and patients is essential to effective therapy, with longstanding evidence supporting the alignment of the social identities between giver and receiver of therapy for improving treatment outcomes, safety, and trust. 

For eligible applicants interested in applying for our Health Equity Leadership Program, please find more information and the application on our webpage