What is ketamine therapy good for? 

KAP Can Be Beneficial for Many Mental Health Concerns, including: 

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Eating Disorders
  • Treatment-Resistant Depression
  • PTSD and Trauma
  • OCD
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Substance Use Disorders
  • Chronic Pain
  • Other Mood Disorders

Who is a good candidate for ketamine therapy? 

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) requires all current and prospective clients to meet medical and clinical criteria indicating KAP could be beneficial. Generally, teenagers and adults can qualify for ketamine therapy. 

Criteria supportive of KAP include: depressive disorders, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, treatment-resistant depression, suicidal ideation, trauma, PTSD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance use disorders, and grief support. 

Criteria excluding KAP include: psychosis, schizophrenia, manic episode of bipolar disorder, significant cardiac concerns, or poorly managed high blood pressure. 

How can ketamine therapy help mental health issues? 

KAP has the potential to rapidly alleviate the burden of mental health conditions and pave the way for personal transformation. With its capacity to provide swift relief, enhance traditional therapy, and promote lasting well-being, this innovative approach offers hope, resilience, and a path toward a more fulfilling life. ketamine-assisted psychotherapy has the potential to help individuals break free from the constraints of mental health challenges and step into a brighter, more hopeful future. 

KAP builds upon the therapeutic work you’ve done to this point and you are encouraged to continue working with your existing providers while working with our team.

Whether you or someone you know struggles with mental health challenges or is seeking personal growth, KAP can be transformative for alleviating symptoms, creating positive changes, and overcoming self-defeating beliefs.

What else is ketamine therapy good for besides mental health concerns? 

KAP has the potential to unlock deeper levels of consciousness, making it a powerful tool for self-exploration, perspective-shifting, and healing.