scholarship program

Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) Scholarship

Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapies are of great human value and there is a need to provide training to people of all backgrounds. At this time, ketamine and KAP is the only legally prescribable psychedelic medicine.

Recognizing economic, cultural, and psychological barriers to access, The Ketamine Training Center has created a Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) scholarship program to attend our programs and continue support for evolving practices on an ongoing basis through our Ketamine Psychotherapy Associates membership group.

The Scholarship Program is entirely donation supported and our organizations are 501c3 non-profits. Each program will have its own amount of support with a minimum of a 25% reduction in costs to accepted applicants. All applicants must be licensed practitioners. The Ketamine Training Center assists with team building including identifying potential prescribing physicians if necessary.

Application process:

  1. Apply to the program of your choice, fill out the application fully and pay the application fee.
  2. Once you have completed the standard application, fill out the scholarship application below.
  3. Upon review, you will be notified of your acceptance.

Supported by the Trauma Research Foundation, The Ketamine Research Foundation, Eva Dillon and by other donors