Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)
Ketamine is an anesthetic medication that’s been FDA-approved for use in surgery since the 1970s. It is now being used to induce an altered state experience in order to offer an opportunity to the client to grow beyond their limited ways of identifying with their life. Ketamine has the potential to temporarily subdue the natural psychological defense mechanisms that a person stuck and help them move beyond their trauma.
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Step 1: Schedule initial KAP consultation to determine if it's an appropriate course of treatment.
Step 2: Video psychiatry evaluation for Ketamine prescription with prescribing doctor to approve medical eligibility for lozenge prescription. Medication will be sent to your home through a deliverable pharmacy, or options for infusions at a clinic will be provided.
Step 3: Initial 3-5 preparation sessions to build the therapy relationship, clarify your treatment goals, and prepare for the experience.
Step 4: Clients typically go through 3-6 KAP treatment sessions (3 hours each) but you and your therapist will determine individually how many sessions you need. Each KAP session has a preparation session and integration session before and after the KAP session and within the same week. You and your therapist will continue to evaluate progress and make a unique plan for referrals or follow up KAP sessions. Each KAP session will have a unique intention based on our initial therapy sessions and a curated music playlist. You can expect to be in a reclined position for the majority of the session, wearing an eye mask, and having your therapist and the music as your therapy guides.