Community
Scholarship Fund

Fostering the next generation of healers

About

Psychable is an online community for people who are interested in legally exploring or offering psychedelic-assisted therapy. 

The Psychable Community Scholarship Fund is dedicated to increasing accessibility and supporting the professional development of practitioners and researchers in the field of psychedelic therapies.

Award Amount

$1000

Application Deadline

April 30, 2022

Award Date

May 31, 2022

Eligibility Requirements

Must be enrolled in a degree, certificate, or continuing education program for the professional practice of psychedelic assisted therapy and/or scientific research on psychedelic medicine(s) 

OR

Be an individual practitioner of psychedelic-assisted therapy with a professional practitioner listed at psychable.com

Selection(s) will be made based on applicant responses.

“Psychedelics, used responsibly and with proper caution, would be for psychiatry what the microscope is to the study of biology and medicine or the telescope for astronomy…”
– Stan Grof

OUTSIDE SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships in Psychedelics

Up to $5,000 | JUNE 1, 2021

Connect, inspire, and support students who study the epidemiology, phenomenology, and the environmental, cultural and clinical contexts of psychedelic use.

Up to $2,500 | Ongoing

The 1Heart Robin Geiger Scholarship Fund recognizes and supports heart-centered leaders committed to changing the world from the inside out.

Varies | Varies

Since its founding in 1968, CIIS has been at the forefront of cutting-edge thought, integrating disciplines, redefining boundaries, and pushing the academy to look at education differently.

Varies | Monthly

Horizons creates live and digital forums, classes, and films that examine the role of psychedelic drugs and plant medicines in science, medicine, culture, and spirituality.

£1,000 | APRIL 1, 2021​

This is a fantastic opportunity for all postgraduate students studying within the field of psychedelics.

$1,000 | MARCH 15, 2021

Maximum 800-word essay on “The powers and promise of psychedelic medicine in the treatment of depression and other psychiatric issues.”