Psychedelic Assisted Therapy
Psychedelic therapy (sometimes referred to as PAP or KAP where Ketamine is the psychoactive agent) is a type of psychiatric practice that involves ingesting a psychedelic substance as part of a psychotherapeutic process. In psychedelic therapy, the use of psychedelics is typically combined with talk therapy, somatic mapping, and mindfulness, among other modalities.
Many psychedelics some are derived from plants, like psilocybin (magic mushrooms), DMT, peyote, ayahuasca, and ibogaine. Other, including ketamine, MDMA, and LSD — are chemical compounds. While the legal landscape is rapidly changing, only Ketamine is currently legal for use in therapy.
I have trained with some of the leaders in this field and am committed to continuing to stay at the forefront of this emerging and transformational field.
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