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Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) &Psychedelic Integration

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is the first and only type of Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy that is legally approved for medical use, outside of research trials. On the bright side, other psychedelics like MDMA and psilocybin are showing promise and may become legalized for medicinal purposes in Colorado in the coming years.

What are Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) sessions?

KAP sessions are psychedelic therapy sessions where we are actively working with ketamine as a medicine to heal deeper traumas and explore the subconsciuous landscape. KAP sessions are between two to three hours in length, and can take place either virtually or in my office. In our sessions, you will be using ketamine lozenges prescribed to you by a doctor. I can make recommendations for med providers who are open to prescribing this medicine.

What are psychedelic integration sessions?

Psychedelic integration therapy helps create synergy between the mind and body following experiences of a non-ordinary state of consciousness (NOSC)  prompted by the use of psychedelics. I can help you process and explore the challenges, insights, anxieties, and progress that arise from these experiences. Psychedelic experiences can bring about meaningful change and lifelong healing, especially when there are integration sessions with a clinically trained Psychedelic Integration Therapist like myself.

Professional support when it comes to psychedelics can transform your life into one of true healing, meaning, and thriving. I work with clients experiencing myriad aspects of the spectrum of non-ordinary states of consciousness (NOSC), including integration, processing difficult psychedelics trips, creating meaning from these NOSC, and translating that meaning into actual behavioral and emotional shifts in ones day to day life.

What Can I Expect From Psychedelic Therapy?

  • Meaningful healing, insight, and awareness

  • The ability to deal with intense feelings and trauma that may arise with the use of psychedelics

  • Processing of challenging psychedelic experiences 

  • Deeper spiritual connection and connection to one's true self

  • Create new and healthier patterns of behavior for lasting change

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