Ketamine Education & Training
Used for treatment of depression, PTSD and anxiety, KAP can be an important adjunct to psychotherapy to access deeper material in less time. Research supports the use of KAP in decreasing suicidal ideation, improving mood, and creating a fertile environment for the growth of new neurons and new neural pathways.
You might be wondering if Ketamine is appropriate for your practice. Is it safe; does it work; and how should you incorporate it? Figuring all this out can be an arduous task and this information isn't easily accessible to professionals.
Kristi has done much of this work for you. As a psychotherapist using Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, Kristi can provide information, resources to answer most of your questions, and consultation once you start using KAP.
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In the last two decades, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) has become a cutting-edge discovery for accelerating the therapeutic process. Individuals can access deeper psychological information in less time than traditional therapy.
KAP treats various mental health conditions such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, and other mental health concerns. Clients participating in KAP often report feeling more optimistic and hopeful.
Your eligibility for KAP will be decided by Kristi and the physician or nurse practitioner that Designs for Wellness collaborate with. Kristi does not prescribe, dispense, administer, or possess Ketamine.