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First steps for adding ketamine assisted therapy to your practice

Key Decision 1: Deciding on Your Practice Setup

Why This Matters

Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) can be utilized in a variety of ways and how you set up your KAP practice - whether or not you have other practitioners or offer individual/group KAP - is part of your foundation.

Once you have this figured out, you can build your KAP practice accordingly. Even if you are not practicing solo, it's a good idea to at least understand all practice components of ketamine assisted psychotherapy taught in this course.

If you're not quite sure how you want to set up your practice, know that it can evolve.

  • If you are a psychiatrist in solo private practice currently, know that you can add KAP to your practice without adding other clinicians to your practice - as long as you are comfortable with the therapy aspect.

  • If you are a psychiatric NP, therapist, or other specialty physician, you may need to or want to partner with or hire another clinician who can either provide the therapy or medical expertise - or if in your scope, obtain the training needed to offer therapy or medicine aspects.

Looking for consultation with adding KAP to your practice? We offer limited spots for consultation, hybrid experiential/training for psychiatrists, psychiatric NPs, and therapists.

Be the first to get access to our online course to help you add ketamine assisted therapy to your practice here.

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