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Why Ketamine?

The federally legal psychedelic

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Ketamine has a strong and rapid antidepressant effect. It works on the brain differently from any other medication or treatment available and is thought to be able to heal parts of the brain responsible for what we call depression.


Ketamine treatment can help clients process traumatic events and history by connecting one to the “observer mind” where one is less physically and emotionally reactive and can see circumstances from a different perspective. In KAP (Ketamine Assisted Therapy) the treatment can soften resistance and reactions to talking about or addressing a traumatic history.


Ketamine promotes neuroplasticity, which is the brain’s ability to think differently about situations. The medicine won’t change your life’s circumstances but will help you change your thoughts about your circumstances and how you relate to thoughts and situations.


Addiction is a pattern of thinking and behaving that is ingrained from repetition. This is not limited to substance use but also includes counterproductive thoughts and behaviors. Ketamine creates new connections between brain cells to promote new and novel ways of acting and thinking. The medicine can also facilitate personal insight by connecting us to our innate inner healing intelligence.

If you’d like more information about ketamine treatment, get in touch.

Ketamine Services

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