Creating Inclusive KAP Training Practices with TRIPP Founder Jennifer Montjoy

Creating Inclusive KAP Training Practices with TRIPP Founder Jennifer Montjoy

Discussing the lack of diversity in the psychedelics space with Jennifer Montjoy.

Discussing the lack of diversity in the psychedelics space with Jennifer Montjoy.

Episode Summary

In this episode, Swati Sharma sits down with Jennifer Montjoy, Founder of Transpersonal Research Institute of Psychotherapeutic Psychedelics also known as TRIPP.

TRIPP is a public service organization located in southern Arizona, the traditional homeland of the Tohono O’odham peoples and its mission is to provide psychotherapeutic psychedelic mentorship and research opportunities for female and BIPOC scientists and to expand access to safe and ethical psychotherapeutic psychedelic services to underserved peoples in our community.

In this conversation, Swati and Jennifer dive into TRIPP’s trainings to underrepresented clinicians, the lack of diversity in the psychedelics space and TRIPP’s approach to drive more inclusivity. They also discuss how TRIPP’s Healing Our Healers Retreat Program helps nurses, first responders, physicians, therapists, and other frontline clinicians begin to heal from the ongoing effects of caretaking during the COVID-19 pandemic though ketamine-assisted psychotherapy or (KAP), and delve into the spiritual aspect of the healing process and integration.

To learn more, visit: trippaz.org

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