CEO Update – December 2018

In 2018, we were successful in our plan to expand our clinical program in Colorado, Washington, and Minnesota.  Our hope in 2019 is to continue to expand into additional markets including Texas, Utah, Illinois, Florida and Nevada.

Additional projects we are hoping to complete in 2019 are a collaborative research project with the University of Arizona at our Tucson facility and partnering with a 501c3 organization in Colorado to do quantitative research for men and women of the military suffering from PTSD, depression and traumatic brain injury.   Needless to say, I thought 2018 was busy but 2019 may be our most exciting year thus far.

On November 9th, 2018, our marketing department was informed that our Facebook & Instagram advertising accounts had been “permanently disabled.”  After three weeks of appealing this decision, we still do not have a good idea about exactly why we were booted from their advertising platform.  I find it incredibly frustrating that ignorance some associated with this effective alternative treatment is preventing people who are suffering to potentially find relief.

KWC’s marketing strategy for 2019 is going to be much more disruptive and target the companies and organizations who continue to try to silence a proven treatment.  Stay tuned.


Kevin Nicholson is the President and CEO for Ketamine Wellness Centers

CEO Update – December 2018