KAT for First Responders

What is Ketamine-assisted Therapy and how does it help First Responders?

Supporting First Responders in managing anxiety is a crucial endeavor. At Be the Change in Mental Health, our dedicated mission is to facilitate healing for individuals like you. Our primary therapeutic approach combines Ketamine-assisted Therapy led by psychotherapists with specialized training. Ketamine, classified as a dissociative anesthetic, exerts distinct effects on both mental and physical aspects. With a well-established safety record and research-backed efficacy as an antidepressant, it is now employed off-label in treating various mental health conditions, all while remaining entirely legal when administered under medical supervision.

Be the Change in Mental Health isn't merely a quick Ketamine clinic; instead, we offer a comprehensive, thoroughly researched therapeutic program tailored to your specific needs.

Moreover, we emphasize that once your series of therapy sessions conclude, whether conducted individually or in a group setting, there is a follow-up process. This ongoing engagement allows us to stay connected with you, assess your progress, and continue our unwavering commitment to supporting your mental well-being and resilience. We are acutely aware that the nature of your work means that if you are still on the job, trauma is going to be a part of your experience. You are never alone on this journey, and we are here to provide steadfast support every step of the way.

We recognize that coping with the aftermath of traumatic incidents, whether singular or frequent, is an ongoing challenge. As a First Responder, your duty often requires you to set aside your emotions to fulfill your responsibilities. Yet, when your shift, tour, or season ends, it's crucial to recharge and return to work in optimal condition. We are fully prepared to assist you in this process, safeguarding both your career and your humanity, ensuring they remain healthy and intact.

First Responders are the backbone of our society, tirelessly working to safeguard and preserve lives. However, the nature of your work can lead to silent battles with anxiety. It is our collective responsibility to ensure that you, or someone you know, receives the support and resources necessary to combat anxiety and restore mental well-being, thereby enhancing your overall quality of life. Don't hesitate; simply reach out to our team at (707) 800-7568 or email us at info@btcmentalhealt.org to start the conversation. It would be an honor to assist you in overcoming anxiety and reclaiming your life, because your strength is indispensable, and you unequivocally deserve it.

We offer a 10% discount to First Responders, Veterans, and their family members.

Video on what Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) and its benefits in managing anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns

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We tailor the therapy sessions to address your loved one's individual requirements, aiming to attain the most favorable and effective outcomes.

We offer various ways to receive the KAT treatment:

  • Group therapy allowing the First Responder to invite a chosen companion they trust and who will experience the therapy along side with them
  • Group therapy with individuals facing similar mental challenges or those who have shared a traumatic experience
  • Group therapy tailored for a specific peer or colleague group
  • Individualized one-on-one therapeutic sessions

 

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Our Mission

Be the Change in Mental Health offers safe access to revolutionary treatments, including psychedelic-assisted therapy, for individuals with treatment-resistant mental health conditions.

Our goal is to create a scalable model for clinics following strict scientific and legal guidelines.

Our treatments are administered by licensed professionals, with a thorough medical and therapeutic consultation for patient safety.

 

Why group therapy?

Group therapy is not only cost-effective but also provides the benefit of shared experiences with fellow participants.