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Ketamine Assisted  Psychotherapy

A novel, transformational mental health treatment that treats the root cause of many mental health disorders - without a daily pill. 

What is ketamine?

Ketamine is a legal, safe and effective treatment option for treatment-resistant depression (TRD), major depressive disorder, PTSD, substance abuse and addiction, anxiety, and more. 

Since first FDA approved as an anesthetic in 1970,  many physicians have observed and reported its antidepressant effects. We've seen an explosion in research and use of ketamine for mental heath disorders in the past 25 years, as other treatments have failed so many. Attesting to it's safety and effectiveness, the FDA approved ketamine (in the form of Spravato) for major depression in 2019 and major depression with acute suicidality in 2020.


Ketamine has the potential to accelerate the healing process in individuals suffering from an array of distressing mental health symptoms. It is a rapid-acting antidepressnt and is the first truly new antidepressant in over 30 years, as it works on an entirely different neurotransmitter system, the glutamate system. 

Ketamine assisted psychotherapy combines the therapeutic effects of the drug with the support of a trained guide.​ Having an experienced guide deepens the experience and allows for the integration of insights, helping to establish long-term relief and true change. 


As Phil Wolfson, MD says, ketamine gives "a time out from ordinary mind," allowing a much needed respite from the psychological exhaustion brought about by depression and other mental health issues. 

Download my Free Ketamine Guide below for more information on ketamine treatment.


Ketamine 101

Everything you need to know (and then some)

about ketamine therapy. 

"Ketamine’s potential lies in its ability to catalyze individual transformation. The primary effect of ketamine seems to be its ability in recipients to shift their awareness from one fixated mind-state or perspective to a new one. Hopefully and usually, this kind of paradigm shift leads to a more enlightened view of their human condition."
- Michael Ziegler

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