Register for Wavepaths' Person-Centred Music Workshop
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Person-centred Music with Mendel Kaelen
Join Dr. Mendel Kaelen for this four part workshop series, comprising a mixture of live and on demand content, designed to support current and aspiring psychedelic-assisted therapists to become more confident in their use of music within psychedelic therapy.
Workshop Dates: January 11th & February 1st + On Demand Content
The combined use of music and psychedelic substances predates Western medicine, with roots in Indigenous cultural practices. Yet with the rise of psychedelic therapy in the West, practitioners are left with questions regarding the function of music and how to guide patients with music effectively in clinical settings.
What you’ll learn
- Deepen your understanding of the role of music in psychedelic therapy
- Experience music as psychedelic therapy through introspective deep listening
- Learn how to optimise therapeutic outcomes through the use of music
- Connect with other practitioners around the world
Part 1 : January 11th, 4:00pm BST | 11:00am EST
Dr. Mendel Kaelen introduces the series and guides you through a deep listening experience (LIVE)
Part 2: On Demand
Dr. Mendel Kaelen teaches person-centred music for/as psychedelic therapy
Part 3: On Demand
Dr. Mendel Kaelen showcases Wavepaths’ research on music, psychedelics, and wellbeing
Part 4: February 1st, 4:00pm BST | 11:00am EST
Dr. Mendel Kaelen hosts a Q&A on music for psychedelic therapy (LIVE)
Designed as an introduction to music for/as psychedelic therapy, this workshop series is created for:
- ketamine practitioners and clinics,
- psychedelic therapists, and psychedelic therapy students
- any mental health practitioners who are looking to work with music in their practice.
Dr. Mendel Kaelen is the founder and CEO of Wavepaths, a startup providing music both for and as psychedelic therapy. Prior to this, he worked as a PhD and postdoctoral neuroscientist at Imperial College London since 2012, where his research was the first to demonstrate music’s central role in psychedelic therapies. He is a thought leader on the therapeutic use of music and publishes and speaks frequently on this topic.