IMCA is the first internationally operating professional association for microdosing coaches.
What is a microdosing coach?
A microdosing coach is a certified coach, counsellor or therapist who supports people who intend to use microdosing as a (complementary) practice for improved mental and physical wellbeing and personal growth.
IMCA is born from the universal need to deepen our collective understanding of microdosing as a therapeutic tool.
What does the International Microdosing Coaching Association offer?
IMCA offers a shared platform for microdosing coaches, in order to facilitate and foster:
- connecting with other professional coaches
- a wider availability of resources
- supervision and learning opportunities
- safeguarding ethics
- establishing best practices
Member coaches adhere to the following professional principles:
- Do no harm
- Avoid dependency on the coach or the substance
- Aim to evoke lasting transformation
We aim to build an empowered, engaged professional community that operates ethically and is self-learning and self-monitoring. This mission falls under the new paradigm of interconnectedness, where health and personal growth is created and maintained from within, and through connection and community. Thus, we do not actively monitor the quality of our members’ services but offer a community-sourced Code of conduct* and a Reporting tool*.
* Available soon
If you’d like to be notified first of the official IMCA launch, and upcoming developments, join the interest list.
- James Fadiman, PhD
- Adam Bramlage, Flow State Micro
- Hein Pijnnaken, Microdosing Institute
- Jakobien van der Weijden, Microdosing Institute