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Psychedelics allow us to skip way back. Even in the subconscious, trauma still needs to be rewired. Customize your experience. Then begin. Contact us if you would like to participate in the experience.

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How do I prepare for my ketamine experience?

Before you begin your ketamine experience please follow the following instructions. 

  • Fast 4-6 hours prior to your ketamine experience.
  • Login to your client portal to access the timer and music playlist.
  • Use the restroom before starting.
  • Take the anti-nausea medication 15 minutes prior to starting your experience (if needed).
  • Sitter or sensor will record blood pressure every 30 minutes for 2 hours.
  • Hold the medication in your mouth for a total of 10-12 minutes. Then swallow. 
  • Let the medication dissolve fully in your mouth holding it under your tongue. A small sip of water can help if needed. 

How much do your programs cost?

Our programs are personalized based on your individual needs. Programs start at $150 for group therapy and $400 for one ketamine experience. Our at-home concierge longevity program starts at $1500.

Why do I need a sitter or travel nurse to be present?

Due to the dissociative nature of ketamine and possible side effects, we require either our traveler nurse or an adult sitter to be present with our clients for the duration of each experience to assist them with anything they may need during that time - fetching them more water, helping them to the bathroom, or perhaps even monitoring the client’s blood pressure if needed (only for clients with high blood pressure).

What happens if I get dizzy or nauseous?

In light of the possibility of nausea, we do provide our clients with anti-nausea medication called Zofran. You are welcome to take this medication about 15 minutes prior to their ketamine experience. Fasting for a few hours prior and staying very well hydrated throughout the experience can greatly minimize the risk of nausea. 

Are there any other side effects I should be concerned about?

Patients commonly feel tired following a ketamine experience. Side effects usually dissipate within a few hours and are completely gone by the following day. There are no known long-term or permanent side effects of ketamine therapy when administered with a responsible clinician or sitter in a therapeutic setting.

What do I do after my ketamine experience?

Following your ketamine experience please follow the following instructions. 
  • Complete your Experience Tracker in the app.
  • After your experience, take some time to journal your thoughts and reflect. 
  • Your medical team will review this and send you a message regarding the plan for your next experience. 
  • Reply to your medical team with any questions.
  • Book your VR group therapy session for the next two weeks to start to solidify the positive effects of the experience. 
  • Bring your journal notes to bring to your VR therapy sessions.



Which mood disorders can ketamine help?

The actions of ketamine have profoundly changed depression research, and our understanding of the very nature of depression, neuroplasticity and regeneration of damaged neurons and synaptic pathways. It is important to keep in mind, however, that the degree of relief can vary.

  • Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) 
  • Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
  • Bipolar depression (the depressed phase of bipolar disorder)
  • Post-partum depression
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Suicidal Thoughts (Suicidal Ideation)
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Addiction
  • Sexual Abuse Trauma

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