Screening for MDMA Therapy

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Safe facilitation of MDMA therapy begins with a systematic intake and screening process. A good intake process will reduce risks associated with MDMA use, prevent adverse effects from occurring, and increase the odds of a beneficial outcome.

I have been involved in screening persons interested in psychedelic experiences via my consulting practice for several years. I’ve assisted retreat centers in designing effective screening procedures and support facilitators or providers of psychedelics in helping gauge risks of use in persons with different illnesses and medication regimens.

In short, I care about this area a lot and specialize in it! I thought it would be helpful for persons involved in facilitating experiences to put together a webinar workshop where we can:


• Discuss elements of intake forms and screening interviews
• List elements that may be helpful in holistically considering risks of MDMA use
• Define conditions that are typically excluded from clinical trials of MDMA therapy that may be considered red flags or contraindications to use
• Review case example intake forms and discuss their contents


 

 

Webinar Logistics

The webinar is taking place on Wednesday March 6 th 2024 form 7-9pm UK time. It will consist of approximately an hour of lecture, case reviews, as well as Q&A. 

Registration includes access to the live webinar as well as a recording and downloadable slides. 
Access to a page with the recording as well as slides presented will be available within 24-48 hours after the live event to all registrants.

This webinar is for information and educational purposes only. It is not meant to condone or encourage the use of illicit substances. The information presented is not medical advice and should not be taken as such. It is recommended you follow laws applicable to your jurisdiction.

About Dr Ben Malcolm, PharmD, MPH


Psychopharmacology Consultant and Psychedelic Educator
Founder of Spirit Pharmacist LLC

Dr. Ben Malcolm earned his bachelor’s degree (BS) in pharmacology at the University of California at Santa Barbara, prior to his Masters in Public Health (MPH) and Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) at Touro University California. He then completed post-graduate residencies in Acute Care at Scripps Mercy Hospital and Psychiatric Pharmacy at the University of California at San Diego Health.
 
After residency he passed his exam to become Board Certified in Psychiatric Pharmacy (BCPP). He began his career as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Western University of Health Sciences (WUHS), College of Pharmacy before transitioning to his current entrepreneurial role as a Psychopharmacology Consultant, Psychedelic Educator, and Founder of https://www.spiritpharmacist.com 

Ben envisions a society in which access to psychedelic drugs in a variety of safe and supported settings is available for purposes of psychospiritual well-being, personal development, ceremonial sacraments, and treatment of mental illness. is focus is on the intersection between psychiatric medications and psychedelic therapies. He has given several Continuing Education presentations to pharmacists and other healthcare professionals as well as published over a dozen articles in peer-reviewed literature relating to psychedelics or psychiatric medications.

His vision guides his clinical and education service-related professional activity.

Certifications

  • Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist (BCPP) 2017-2022
  • Licensed pharmacist CA #70652 2014-2022

Post-Graduate Training

  • PGY-2 Residency, Psychiatric Pharmacy – University of California at San Diego, San Diego CA. 2016
  • PGY-1 Residency, Acute Care – Scripps Mercy Hospital, San Diego CA. 2015

Education

  • Doctorate of Pharmacy – Touro University California, Vallejo CA. 2014
  • Master of Public Health – Touro University California, Vallejo CA. 2014
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology – University of California at Santa Barbara, Goleta CA. 2008

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