Treatment for Depression that Works
Ketamine, a commonly used anesthetic agent, can help you process trauma, depression, anxiety, and pain. The mechanism is different and often works more quickly and effectively than traditional medications. Ketamine therapy supports the formation of new brain and nerve cell connections so that sufferers of mental and emotional pain are able to get out of old thought loops, and find new ways to heal from the past.
Our center is different. We offer ketamine infusion, ketamine injections and ketamine troches for treatment resistant depression, anxiety, PTSD, obsessive compulsive disorder, and chronic pain. To support you better, during your ketamine treatment, we recommend the Anchor Integration Toolbox(TM) to help you navigate emotional blind spots and thought loops so you can achieve lasting mental and emotional wellbeing. Most people are unable to make positive changes when they are stuck in negative repetitive thought loops and behaviors.
Sometimes it is just not possible to do it on your own.
Many deeply traumatic experiences remain locked in your body interfering with healthy ways of processing information. With expert guidance, non-ordinary state therapy helps you access root causes of non-processed trauma, and get out of old thought loops to find new ways of healing mental and emotional wounds. Ketamine helps you access right brain and primary conscious thinking so you begin to heal naturally. Ketamine treatment for depression, and ketamine for anxiety can often have an immediate impact, unlike other treatment options. Talk therapy, depression medication, and self-care typically take years to work and are often not enough. In frustration, many people turn to self-medicating/micro-dosing, potentially worsening their situation despite glimpses of relief.
Ketamine has been safely used by doctors for the past 50 years as an FDA approved dissociative/psychedelic anesthetic. Off label, in doses much lower than required for anesthesia, it is safe for the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, post partum depression, OCD, chronic pain, nerve pain, migraines, back pain, and more. When combined with mental, emotional, and somatic exercises, many people are able to wean off medications that leave them feeling numb and emotionless, and with brain fog, weight gain, insomnia, and sexual dysfunction.
We do not give high dose ketamine because of potential toxicity associated with high doses. Ketamine addiction has not been reported with medical use.