KETAMINE TREATMENT AND KETAMINE ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY (KAP) is an innovative, transformative treatment protocol that is being used in therapy clinics across the country to relieve the symptoms of treatment-resistant mental health conditions.
What is Ketamine? Ketamine is a generic dissociative medication that has a 50 year history of safe use as an anesthetic agent in medical procedures. Recently, ketamine has shown to have great promise as an off-label treatment for Treatment Resistant Depression (TRD), PTSD, OCD, drug and alcohol addiction, and other psychiatric diagnoses. The doses used in psychiatry are a fraction (10-25%) of the doses used in anesthesia procedures.
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) at Wholeness Health
Wholeness Health is a leading provider of Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) in Fort Collins and the Northern Colorado area. We are proud to offer Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) in three different routes of administration: sublingual (oral lozenges), IM (intramuscular injection), or IV (intravenous line).
During the initial screening session, our clinicians will determine whether ketamine is appropriate for your condition and will then recommend a specific route of administration and dosing strategy based on your treatment goals and psychiatric history.
Offered by Jason Sienknecht
LPC CAC II and Gail Dawson
Intramuscular Injections (IM)
Offered by Scott Shannon, MD and Craig Heacock, MD
Intravenous Line (IV)
Offered by Scott Shannon, MD, Craig Heacock, MD and Dr. Naveen Thomas
Ten reasons why ketamine is the best entry level agent for psychedelic exploration or psychedelic assisted psychotherapy training