Healthy Living & Mental Health
5 Tips to Turn New Year Fear into the Best Year Ever
5…4…3…2…1 Ring in the New Year!!! This should feel delightful, right? After all, we’re celebrating and brimming with hope and optimism. It feels great to
How to Ditch Toxic Positivity This Holiday Season
The holidays can be draining. The festive season is supposed to be a time of joy (at least if commercials and cheesy TV movies are
5 Ways Seeing a Psychedelic Therapist Can Enhance Your Ketamine Treatment
1. It can make ketamine even more effective. Studies have shown that working with a qualified therapist after ketamine treatment can lead to stronger and
Ketamine: It Makes Sense
By Barby Ingle I am a 50-year-old woman (about to be on 11/18) who has had Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy for 20 years. The condition has
At-Home Ketamine Therapy: Does DIY Treatment Spell Serious Risk?
At-home ketamine therapy is a growing (and highly profitable) trend. But many clinicians, including Ketamine Wellness Centers, say that using remote care to administer a
World Mental Health Day: 5 Simple Ways to Talk Openly about Mental Health
If you struggle with mental health, carrying the burden of misinformation and stigma can be exhausting. Though it often feels isolating, we aren’t alone: according
Understanding Ketamine Therapy: Why Do I Need Maintenance Treatments?
As a groundbreaking treatment for depression, PTSD, chronic pain, anxiety, and countless other mental and physical challenges, ketamine is one of the most versatile medications
Is “serotonin imbalance” really an urban legend? The real story about SSRIs and depression
A viral paper has shown that depression is not the result of low serotonin. But is it really news? And what does this tell us about SSRIs?
PTSD Awareness Month: Is America Experiencing a Trauma Epidemic?
From the shell-shocked veterans of World War I to tales of battle dating back to ancient Greece, human beings have always struggled to heal from
Preventing Relapse During Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS)
For those of us who struggle with substance abuse, becoming sober is a huge milestone—but staying there safely is often where the battle really begins.
Pain, Depression, and PTLDS: Using ketamine to treat Post-Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome
Each year, nearly 500,000 Americans are diagnosed with Lyme disease–and this number continues to climb. While some patients experience a full recovery after treatment, many have found that complications of Lyme persist long after the initial diagnosis.
Coping with Wellness: Supporting a loved one through recovery
If you are a patient seeking support, see our Facilitated Treatment Support program. In recent years, psychologists have noticed a surprising trend in people recovering