Ketamine is the Latest Breakthrough 

in treatment of mental health

The new approach to feeling better

Ketamine therapy shows close to 80% efficacy in treating symptoms of mental health conditions, including Treatment Resistant Depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD and bipolar depression. Ketamine has been used in clinical practice since 1960s with Esketamine (ketamine-derived drug) becoming  the first FDA-approved medication to treat depression in the last 35 years.

With close to 300 clinics across the US offering ketamine therapy, find out if ketamine therapy and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) are a good fit for you. 

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Ketamine - assisted psychotherapy

Ketamine therapy psychotherapy (KAP) is the administration of low doses of Ketamine adjunct to traditional psychotherapy to treat depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, chronic pain as well as other mental health conditions. Depending on the treatment protocol, psychotherapy can be done before, during, and/or after the administration of Ketamine 

How does ketamine therapy work?

It is difficult to describe how taking ketamine feels because every person may react differently to the experience. You may experience a sense of disconnection—that you are observing your mind and body from outside rather than within. The experience has also been described as “euphoric,” “calming,” and “mystical.”

How does ketamine therapy work?

When used in a supervised setting at low doses, ketamine therapy is quite safe. You will have fully trained health professionals at your side throughout your treatment journey. As with any treatment, there are potential risks and side effects. Before beginning your treatment with Field Trip, you will meet with our medical team to ensure it’s a good fit for you.

How does ketamine therapy work?

When used in a supervised setting at low doses, ketamine therapy is quite safe. You will have fully trained health professionals at your side throughout your treatment journey. As with any treatment, there are potential risks and side effects. Before beginning your treatment with Field Trip, you will meet with our medical team to ensure it’s a good fit for you.