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The Complete Guide to Ketamine Therapy
Our ketamine clinic is located in Aspen, Colorado serving the beautiful and affluent Roaring Fork Valley. Aspen Ketamine Center serves patients all over Colorado including residents of Snowmass Village, Basalt, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs.
As Colorado’s premier ketamine clinic, we offer a combination of Ketamine Infusion Therapy and counseling to treat people living with anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. Our mission is to help our clients achieve mental health and wellness in a safe and compassionate environment.
Will ketamine work for me? Am I a candidate for ketamine therapy treatment?
You are a candidate for ketamine therapy if you have been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar depression, or a neuropathic chronic pain syndrome. You do not need to be on antidepressant medications in order to start treatment and ketamine does not interfere or interact with your currently prescribed medications. We will do a full health assessment and have you fill out a health questionnaire as well as a mood questionnaire to evaluate your current state during your consultation. We may ask you to see a cardiologist for an evaluation if it is determined you have a heart condition or untreated high blood pressure. Ketamine raises blood pressure and heart rate slightly during treatment, which may be excessive for those who have untreated blood pressure issues. It is not mandatory to be in therapy prior to beginning ketamine infusions. However, we recommend you meet with our licensed therapist during your infusion series to help integrate the experience and learn new mental habits to sustain the positive effects of ketamine therapy.
Learn about the greatest breakthrough in Psychiatry using a medication that has been available for nearly 60 years and if ketamine therapy may be right for you.
This guide will help you:
1. Understand how ketamine works both on the body and psyche
2. Manage and overcome negative emotions by acknowledging them during ketamine therapy
3. Understand the tools your mind uses to recover from setbacks
4. Use integration practices to help ketamine therapy achieve long-lasting changes
5. Learn about Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy
6. Dispel common myths and misunderstandings about Ketamine
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