Ketamine - Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)


Personalized Ketamine Treatment From The Comfort of Your Home

I offer a therapeutic modality called Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) in partnership with an organization called Journey Clinical. Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is a holistic modality in which ketamine is used as a complement to psychotherapy to help eligible patients experience more frequent breakthroughs and sustained improvement in symptoms. I take on the psychotherapy portion of the experience, while Journey Clinical’s medical team supports you on all medical aspects. This includes determining eligibility, developing a custom treatment plan, prescribing the medicine and monitoring outcomes.

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is a legal, safe and effective medicine used to treat a variety of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety and PTSD. Ketamine has rapidly acting antidepressant and mood-enhancing effects, which can begin to take effect within 1-2 hrs. after treatment. Ketamine has also been shown to enhance overall neuroplasticity for lasting symptom improvement.

Rapid Relief: Ketamine has shown to have rapid antidepressant effects, often providing relief much faster than traditional antidepressants. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals experiencing severe depression or suicidal ideation who need immediate relief.

Breakthrough of Treatment Resistance: Some individuals may not respond well to conventional treatments like antidepressants or therapy alone. Ketamine-assisted therapy offers a new avenue for those who have been resistant to other forms of treatment.

Ketamine can be administered in a variety of ways, including IV infusion, intramuscular injection, via nasal spray and using sublingual lozenges. In my work with Journey Clinical we only use the sublingual lozenge form.

Who is Journey Clinical? Journey Clinical is a platform for licensed psychotherapists to incorporate science-based psychedelic therapies in their practice safely and effectively, starting with Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Journey Clinical’s in-house medical team takes on patient eligibility, prescriptions and outcome monitoring, while I take on the therapy. Their collaborative care model is designed to deliver personalized treatment plans to meet your individual needs and improve long-term outcomes. GET THEIR FREE GUIDE HERE!


How Does Ketamine Help Heal?

The effects of ketamine, which most patients find pleasant, last for approximately 45 minutes. These effects can make you feel “far from” your body, and facilitate shifts in perception that can often feel expansive in nature. Your motor and verbal abilities will be reduced, so you’ll be lying down in a comfortable position during the experience.

Ketamine-assisted therapy offers a unique and promising approach to mental health treatment for several reasons:

Enhanced Therapeutic Process: Ketamine can help facilitate deeper introspection and emotional processing during therapy sessions. It can lower inhibitions and defenses, allowing clients to explore difficult emotions and experiences more openly.

Neuroplasticity: Ketamine has been found to promote neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to rewire and adapt. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals with mood disorders, PTSD, or chronic pain, as it may help to break negative thought patterns and establish healthier neural pathways.

Holistic Approach: Ketamine-assisted therapy combines the psychological benefits of therapy with the neurobiological effects of ketamine. This holistic approach addresses both the emotional and physiological aspects of mental health, potentially leading to more comprehensive and lasting improvements.

How Do I Sign Up? If you would like to explore the possibility of working with me on KAP, please schedule a free phone consultation to discuss eligibility and next steps.

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My Personal Thoughts

"Ketamine therapy represents this incredible opportunity to offer relief and hope to those who may have exhausted other options. It's a beacon of possibility when clients feel lost or stuck. For me, it's about being at the forefront of something that could truly change lives. I'm excited to create a space where individuals can experience healing in a whole new way—one that's innovative, compassionate, and deeply impactful. Adding ketamine therapy to my practice isn't just a professional move; it's a personal mission to revolutionize how we think about and approach mental wellness." ~ Corinne