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Ketamine Assisted Therapy


Ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) is a form of psychotherapy that uses the anesthetic drug ketamine to enhance the therapeutic process. Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic that has been shown to have rapid antidepressant effects in some people, and KAP involves administering a low dose of ketamine to help facilitate emotional exploration and insight during therapy.


Ketamine Evaluation


Ideal for clients who would like to participate in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy with their therapist who offers Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy services. We only offer the service to clients who has a therapist on board. This service also includes an initial psychiatric evaluation, psychotherapy, and psychotropic medication evaluation.

Harm Reduction & Integration


Psychedelic use can give rise to intense, at times very challenging, experiences. Though challenging experiences may ultimately be beneficial, many individuals require additional support to fully process and integrate them. As a matter of fact, even positive psychedelic experiences may leave individuals with questions about how to make sense of them, or frustrated with the transient nature of the experience. In those cases, individual integration sessions with a clinician who is familiar with the psychedelic landscape can be very beneficial.


Ketamine does not currently have FDA approval for use in the treatment of any mental health concerns. Whether administered in the context of ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) or in IV ketamine clinics, its use for depression and other mental health issues is off-label.


All other psychedelic substances, including plant medicines that may have been decriminalized in certain areas, are currently illegal at the federal level.

We do not provide information about where or how to obtain illicit psychedelic substances.

We do not provide referrals to (or reviews of) “underground” psychedelic suppliers or therapists.

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