Roots to Thrive

RTT Alumni Community of Practice

An 8-week Community of Practice program designed for the alumni of any RTT Program. An opportunity to continue on our paths together, co-creating an intentional space of unconditional positive regard.

Continuing together

An 8-week Community of Practice program for people who have already completed an initial RTT program and want to continue the process of weaving together the medicine of unconditional positive regard and community to return to wholeness. The Alumni program picks up and deepens the themes that were introduced in the RTT Ketamine and RTT Resilience programs.  This program is open to those who have participated in and completed any RTT Programming, including professional training.

If you are thinking of applying to be a participant in a Roots to Thrive program, here are some questions to help you decide if this is a good fit for you.

  1. Were you a participant in a RTT program?
  2. Do you have the time, energy, and interest to be an engaged and consistent participant in a small group of people who become a bonded community over 8 weekly community of practice gatherings.
  3. If you are parenting, do you have solid child-care plans?
  4. If you have self-medicated your distress with alcohol and/or drugs, is your life stable enough now to allow you to commit to a group process that counts on your open-hearted, fully present weekly participation?

Program Highlights

  • 8 weekly virtual community of practice meetings 
  • Each small group supported by a regulated professional 
  • Multiple education and integration sessions 
  • No doctor referral required 
  • This is not a medical program 

Program Cost: $600 + tax

The words Community of Practice…this is the sacred place where healing is encouraged and cultivated. Adding the medicine sessions has just sped up my healing. The most powerful things I have learned in this program is that it’s not about our stories. No one is expected to share details about how we ended up in the program, this created a culture of safety in my opinion. It’s about learning how to have compassion for yourself. It’s being reminded that everyone is on this journey, it takes practice and mindfulness to heal.

Past participant,