Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)

Guiding you home to yourself

We believe that we are designed to exist with the whole of ourselves being able to commune together and take up space. We believe in the inner healer and that every being has an inner wisdom of their own; that when all parts of us are welcome, heard and attended to we can exist more fully and expansively within ourselves and with others.

I know you’ve read things like this before. Maybe you even believe it and yet as hard as you have tried, there are just some places within yourself that feel impossible to get to, some patterns that feel impossible to move out of, some emotional expressions and experiences that feel so out of reach. 

Or maybe you just feel stuck. 

Stuck in ways you can name and in some you can’t even put words to. Maybe it’s been like this forever —  maybe you can’t even think of a time when you didn’t have to be vigilant or anxious or disconnected from parts of yourself. 

If this resonates, we welcome you. We welcome you into an experience that invites access to the stuck places while honoring the reasons the stuck places exist to begin with. We welcome you to an experience with the potential to soften the sometimes harsh voice of the inner critic that aims to protect yet sometimes becomes a hindrance. We welcome you to experience movement within yourself. 

Here’s how it works:

Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is an emergent modality that uses an altered state induced by ketamine to help participants deepen their work in psychotherapy. KAP is a practice that allows participants to gain access to the “felt-sense” of emotional content and difficult unconscious material in a rapid and powerful way, allowing the participant to open up a doorway to allow that content to be accessed, worked with, and processed with the assistance of a highly-trained therapist. Ketamine is a powerful catalyst to allow inner access to difficult and often “stuck” material and emotions, and the psychotherapy allows the participant to actively examine, work with, and effectively process that material for long-lasting change, often far more quickly than traditional talk-oriented psychotherapies.

Ketamine has a rapid onset of quieting the inner critic.

Many of us are so accustomed to living with our inner critic, that we cannot imagine a life without him or her.

KAP creates an experience of being held and safe without an inner critic directing client performance. The clinicians hold space to allow the clients to learn the process of letting go and becoming more comfortable with new ways of experiencing self.

To learn more about Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy, you can watch the video interview with Lead Therapist Lynde Ross and prescribing physician Dr. David Chunn below:

Here’s How To Get Started.

It’s Such A Brave Thing To Make The Initial Contact, and I Can’t Wait To Hear From You When You Are Ready.


Get in touch with us! You will fill out some questions about yourself. We will respond to you within 1-2 business days to schedule a phone consultation.


We will schedule a 15 minute phone consultation. During this time, we will determine if KAP is the best fit for you therapeutically and answer your questions.


You will complete intake forms about yourself and your goals for therapy. We will schedule a consultation with our prescriber and get you set for KAP.

Shifting perspectives

Ketamine provides access to things that are normally difficult to access, and it give us the ability to see from a different perspective.

A shift in perspective opens a completely new set of possibilities.

Satsuki Shibuya