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Psychedelics in the Clinical Setting: Ketamine (Non-CEU) is a Course

Psychedelics in the Clinical Setting: Ketamine (Non-CEU)

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Overview

Psychedelics is an emerging field in mental health.  Have you wondered how it works, or how you can implement it into your clinical practice?  Have clients asked you about certain medicines, but you felt unprepared to answer their questions or where to refer them for answers and treatment?  This three-part series is an introduction to ketamine, MDMA, and psilocybin that will prepare you to answer these questions and direct you to where you can take your knowledge deeper.  

The live presentation will focus on the emerging use of ketamine in a clinical setting for the treatment of mental health disorders such as depression.  Participants will gain an understanding of the effects of ketamine, indications, and contraindications, as well as considerations for clinical practice.  

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Speaker Bio

Mickensy Ellis-White is a graduate of Psychology from the University of Illinois and Community Counseling from Eastern Illinois University.  She served as a Behavioral Health Specialist in the US Army Reserves and deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom/New Dawn in 2011.  Mickensy currently owns a private practice named Mpower Counseling, PLLC in Danville, IL.  She was most recently recognized as Danville's Best Counselor in 2023.  Mickensy specializes in substance use treatment and trauma.  She is also a registered yoga teacher.  She earned a certification in psychedelics from the Integrative Psychiatry Institute in 2023.  She hopes to bring a range of healing modalities and psychoeducation to underserved populations, most notably her fellow Veterans.