SCPTR.org. is the non-profit that we have created here to study psychedelics and help the general population with education about psychedelics. We ran the Intermountain Psychedelics Symposium in January and about 700 people attended 3 different events that we hosted. We are studying LSD, Psilocybin (magic mushrooms), Ayahuasca, MDMA (ecstasy), and Ketamine to treat Depression, Addictions, PTSD, anxiety, OCD, eating disorders and more. We are involved in multiple clinical trials across the country and plan on starting a Psilocybin study here to treat addiction and depression by the summer. I am also happy to discuss the revolution of Microdosing and how that is helping many people.
While we are studying many of these medicines,At this time, Ketamine is the only legal psychedelic that can be used clinically. I am excited to be delivering Ketamine assisted psychotherapy (KAP) in our clinic in SLC on Highland Drive. We are the only clinic in Utah that used integrative therapy with Ketamine to facilitate change. other clinics believe Ketamie alone is enough but do not follow with KAP.
The purpose of KAP is to create a non-ordinary (“altered”) state of consciousness in order to facilitate profound transpersonal (“transcendental,” “mystical,” “spiritual,“religious”) peak experiences that may be beneficial in resolving your existential problems, accelerating your psycho-spiritual growth and lead you to a deep personal transformation and optimization of your lifestyle. Such change is best facilitated within a structured supportive psychotherapeutic milieu in connection with therapists who have a view of your issues, hopes, desires, and struggles. As a byproduct of your experience you may well feel improvement in your emotional state and reduction in symptoms that bother you such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic manifestations. You may notice that you are a bit different after a ketamine experience and that difference may well be liberating and allow for new mindfulness and new behavior. It is frequently the case that a ketamine experience may promote happiness, empathy loving-kindness to self and others, and a sense of greater self-acceptance and peacefulness.
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is a safe and highly-effective modality for the resolution of treatment resistant depression (TRD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), addictions, chronic pain, anxiety disorders, and a variety of other mental and physical disorders. KAP also offers a unique opportunity for healthy individuals to create psycho-spiritual breakthroughs, discover creative solutions, and resolve unconscious patterns and self-limiting behaviors.
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