Carlos · Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies
Mind Medicine Australia

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Terms and Conditions

By submitting an enrolment application for the Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies (CPAT), you acknowledge that you have read and accepted these Terms and Conditions.

1. Enrolment

  1. A non-refundable processing fee of $250 is required for your application to proceed further.
  2. You will be required to sign a Student Code of Conduct. This is required for your application to proceed.
  3. All information contained in your application and interview process is assumed to be correct and true to the best of your knowledge. In the event that any information is discovered to be false, your right to attend the course may be forfeited.

2 Fees

  1. Prices are inclusive of GST
  2. There is an Application fee of $250 (non-refundable)
  3. The Course fee is $9000 (or $8000 upfront payment in full)
    Payment Structure:
  4. $8000 upfront payment in full
    Or
  5. $9000 paid in instalments
    1. $3000 initial payment – due with the submission of your application
    2. $3000 second instalment payment – will be invoiced separately
    3. $3000 third and final instalment payment – will be invoiced separately
  6. If your application does not progress further than the interview stage, then your course fee will be refunded.
  7. On acceptance to the course, you will be required to pay the remainder of the full course fee as per the dates on the invoice sent to you.
    Cancellation Fees

    • Before 31 March 2021 – 50% refund
    • Before 30 April 2021 – 25% refund
    • After 1 June 2021 – no refund
  8. Should you fail to make any payment by the agreed dates, Mind Medicine Australia will retain the right to cancel your enrolment without refund.
  9. The course fee is derived from the following factors:
    • 90 hours of live face-to-face and webinar teaching
    • Additional reading and teaching material supporting tuition
    • Three intensives
      • one non-residential weekend in Melbourne
      • one residential weekend, accommodation and meals included
      • one-week residential, accommodation and meals included
    • Holotropic Breathwork workshop (during residential weekend): cost of Grof- trained therapist included
    • Residential week provides direct, personalised skill development and practical exercises, assessment and risk management skills.
    • Supervised practice/mentoring as required by the course*
    • Monitoring of skill development through ongoing evaluation and coursework

3. Changes to the program

  1. Mind Medicine Australia reserves the right to make changes to the program with regard to teachers, content, dates and venues should unforeseen circumstances make this necessary. Mind Medicine Australia agrees to make every effort to maintain the overall standard and integrity of the program.
  2. Mind Medicine Australia is not liable to refund the costs of the program or make any compensation in the event of force majeure, excluding travel restrictions or limitations due to the COVID-19 crisis.

4. Student Code of Conduct

  1. You are required to sign and submit the Student Code of Conduct and agree to these Terms & Conditions.

5. Attendance

  1. You agree that you will make every effort to attend all lectures/webinars, to carry out any required set tasks and/or projects.
  2. You agree that attendance of the three intensives is essential to this program and not negotiable. Failure to attend will result in non-compliance with essential program elements being recorded.
  3. You agree that attendance at these events will be at your own risk, and that Mind Medicine Australia or any staff or teachers will not be liable in the event of accident or injury.
  4. If you fail to attend and complete required tasks and/or projects you will be asked to leave the program without compensation or reimbursement.

6. Confidentiality

  1. You agree that you will keep confidential any patient or client-sensitive material which may be part of discussions, demonstrations or teaching materials presented by anyone attending the program as well as program leaders and teachers.
  2. You agree that any personal information of fellow participants arising during the program will similarly be treated as confidential.

7. Ownership and intellectual property rights

  1. All CPAT materials, whether provided online or during face-to-face intensives, are owned by Mind Medicine Australia. All intellectual property rights in all materials available from Mind Medicine Australia, including the design, graphics and text of all printed materials and the audio of all webinars and podcasts, are owned by Mind Medicine Australia. The exception is any printed or audio material not created by Mind Medicine Australia or not produced specifically as part of the program.
  2. When you are given access to the CPAT, you are granted a non-exclusive, non- transferable and revocable licence to use the materials. No CPAT content may be copied, reproduced, uploaded, posted, displayed or linked to in any way, in whole or in part, without the Mind Medicine Australia’s prior permission. Any such use is strictly prohibited and will constitute an infringement of Mind Medicine Australia’s intellectual property rights.
  3. You agree that attending any webinars will be only for yourself, and that you will not permit any person not registered to sit in on the sessions.
  4. You agree that no part of any live or web-based event in the program will be recorded or transmitted by you in any way.

8. Breaches

  1. In the event of violations of any of the terms above, an evaluation of the severity of the breach will be made by the program leaders, following which:
  2. An attempt at remediation may be discussed with you, if this is unsuccessful, a formal warning will be issued.
  3. If the breach is deemed to be serious, you will be asked to leave the program without compensation or reimbursement.

*Subject to regulatory requirements

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Student Code of Conduct

Mind Medicine Australia is seeking to establish safe and effective psychedelic-assisted therapies for the treatment of mental illness in Australia. MMA is focused specifically on the clinical application of medicinal psilocybin and medicinal MDMA for the treatment of certain mental illnesses.

We do not advocate for recreational use of psychedelics, MDMA, or any other prohibited substances*, nor do we advocate for any changes to the law with respect to recreational use. Our focus is wholly clinical.

Mind Medicine Australia requires allied health professionals, psychotherapists and general participants wishing to participate in the Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies to agree to the following Code of Conduct during the professional development program.

Participants will not:

Attendance Requirements:

Failure to follow these guidelines could result in losing a place in the CPAT program.

Thank you for working with us to ensure that we deliver a high quality, safe and reputable CPAT program.

* Psychedelics or psychedelic substances are described as ‘psychoactive substances’ by the Victoria State Government.

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