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Explore Groundbreaking Ketamine Therapy for Treatment of Mental and Behavioral Health Conditions

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy offers an opportunity for profound and lasting change. Many patients report success with treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD and bipolar depression. Be the first to receive our comprehensive guidebook to care options, providers, and long term success when officially launches.

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DISCLAIMER/Harm Reduction: The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider. Please read our full disclaimer.

Ketamine is a Schedule III controlled substance. Currently, with certain exceptions, the use of ketamine for depression and related behavioral health matters is “off label.” This means that although ketamine is approved by the FDA for some medical uses, it is not specifically approved to treat depression. While the practice of prescribing off-label drugs is legal and common, there is an inherent level of risk when such drug is a controlled substance with a history of recreational abuse. Accordingly, the American Psychiatric Association has issued guidelines for clinicians who wish to use ketamine for such purposes.

Ketamine prescription and administration, whether intravenous, oral or nasal, constitutes the practice of medicine, therefore always consult with a licensed physician before beginning any therapy protocol, and be sure to know your jurisdiction's laws and regulations concerning such protocols.

This site and its contents are for informational purposes only and are focused on legal, licensed clinical therapy, and in no way is intended to recommend obtaining or using illicit substances. It is important to understand that using any psychedelic products from the street has significant risks, and is unlikely to produce the promising results emerging in some clinical trials which involve particular dosing and purity, along with specific, carefully crafted psychotherapy in a safe, controlled environment. Various psychedelics purchased illegally often are adulterated with other, possibly harmful substances, making it difficult to dose properly for PTSD, anxiety, or depression treatment or any kind of therapeutic purpose.

What is Ketamine?

The FDA approved indication for ketamine is as a sole anesthetic agent for diagnostic and surgical procedures. While Ketamine is not currently FDA-approved for other indications, that does not prohibit other uses.

Many drugs are used for non-FDA-approved indications – known as off-label use – at the discretion of the administering or prescribing physician. However, hundreds of studies and clinical trials involving ketamine have been conducted and are currently in progress, many with remarkable results.

How does Ketamine therapy work? Is it safe?

  1. Prepare

    You will begin by establishing rapport and trust in the therapeutic relationship. This foundational step helps you feel assured and confident moving forward

  2. Explore

    First, you will discuss what to expect and find a calm, centered place to begin. At this point the psychedelic medicine will be administered, starting with a low dose to determine your sensitivity and create a familiarity with ketamine

  3. Integrate

    In these sessions, your therapist helps you discover new insights and meaning from your psychedelic experience. From there, they work with you to establish daily life practices and powerful new patterns that can bring about sustained transformation.

Ketamine trials

Ketamine trials, research, and studies are in-progress or upcoming, relating to treatment for the following diseases, conditions, or symptoms:

  • Intensive 7-day Treatment for PTSD Combining Ketamine With Exposure Therapy
  • Ketamine Co-induction for Patients With Major Depressive Disorder
  • Single-dose Ketamine for the Reduction of Pain and Depression in the Emergency Department
  • Ketamine + Cognitive Training for Suicidality in the Medical Setting
  • Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Ketamine Therapy in Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD)
  • Inpatient Single Dose Interventions for Alcohol Use Disorder
  • Ketamine for Reduction of Alcoholic Relapse
  • Ketamine Infusion for Adolescent Depression and Anxiety