We Offer Ketamine Treatments With Therapeutic Support in Our Mountain Town Wellness Center near Lake Tahoe, CA.

Breakthrough Treatment

Effective treatment for Depression, Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Chronic Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD), Mood disorders, Social Anxiety Disorders, and Chronic and Neuropathic Pain. We believe in integrating cognitive and behavioral therapy in all our programs.

Integrated Care

We are healers with higher degrees who believe in integrative approaches to health and wellness-based care. Our team meets clients where they are, emotionally and physically, and work collaboratively to move positive solutions forward for your total health.

Improved Quality of Life

Ketamine therapy can dramatically improve mood and quality of life, for many people. Seven out of ten people report experiencing significant benefits from ketamine treatment. Many people report noticing and feeling the benefits of Ketamine treatment within hours of their treatments. Ketamine treatments, when integrated with cognitive behavioral therapy, have a high success rate in treating post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, suicidal ideation, bi-polar conditions, and other anxiety related conditions.

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Integrative Healing for the whole person.

Relationally oriented. Science-based.

Ketamine works as a fast-acting medical agent to effectively and rapidly provide relief for numerous mental health issues, including but not limited to: treatment-resistant depression, PTSD, Anxiety Disorders, Neurotropic Chronic Pain, Bi-Polar Disorders and OCD. It is highly recommended to partner this breakthrough discovery with cognitive behavioral therapy to increase efficacy and personal growth.

Learn How Ketamine Can Treat Depression and PTSD

“It takes 10 weeks or so for someone starting an anti-depressant to get better, if they are in the 1/3rd of people who respond to SSRI's. With Ketamine we can get the same effect in one day. It can work in hours instead of weeks.”

Carlos ZarateNIH Clinician Scientist