Ketamine, a psychedelic medication traditionally used as an anesthetic for over five decades, has captured the attention of researchers in recent years. Numerous studies have shown promising results on its effectiveness in treating depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, and eating disorders. Lone Peak Psychiatry is at the forefront of offering this innovative solution to patients, providing them with a renewed sense of hope and relief. The clinic offers a game-changing approach to patients seeking effective alternatives to traditional medication and psychotherapy.
Dr. John Smith, a renowned psychiatrist and founder of Lone Peak Psychiatry, emphasizes the clinic’s commitment to delivering exceptional care through their Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Dr. Smith states, “We strongly believe in the potential of ketamine therapy to offer breakthrough results for our patients. Our providers undergo specialized training in administering ketamine and are dedicated to creating a safe and supportive environment for our patients throughout the entire treatment journey.”
Patients at Lone Peak Psychiatry can expect a comfortable and personalized experience. The treatment involves a convenient intramuscular shot in the patient’s arm, with compassionate and specially trained providers closely monitoring them. In a private room furnished with a comfortable recliner and soothing music, patients are offered an atmosphere designed to enhance their treatment session.
In addition to the treatment itself, Lone Peak Psychiatry offers comprehensive guidance and integration support before and after the ketamine therapy. This holistic approach ensures that patients receive the necessary tools and resources to maximize the benefits of their treatment.
As pioneers in the field, Lone Peak Psychiatry also plays an instrumental role in educating other psychiatric providers in the community. They offer training programs to help expand the understanding and application of ketamine therapy, ultimately benefiting a greater number of individuals struggling with mental health conditions.