KRIYA – Ketamine Research Institute

Today, we would like to give a shout-out to KRIYA Ketamine Research Institute and celebrate our connections in the Ketamine “world“.

We, at Be the Change in Mental Health, were thrilled to participate in the event organized by KRIYA and meet other distinguished professionals in the mental health sphere. Doctors Marisha Chilcott, Cammy Michel, and Justin Forman  from BTC attended the event and it showed our commitment to advancing mental health solutions and contributing to the dialogue surrounding Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy.

Dr. Raquel Bennet’s keynote

At the heart of the event was Dr. Raquel Bennet, the visionary founder of KRIYA Ketamine Research Institute. Dr. Bennet took center stage, delivering a captivating keynote presentation on the stages of Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) treatments. Her insights undoubtedly enriched the collective understanding of KAP, offering valuable perspectives to all attendees.

A terrific gathering

The KRIYA Institute‘s KAP therapists networking event provided an invaluable opportunity for professionals like us to connect, share experiences, and exchange ideas. The atmosphere was one of collaboration and camaraderie, as individuals passionate about the transformative potential of KAP came together to foster a sense of community.

Looking ahead

As we reflect on this event, we anticipate the continued growth and evolution of Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy. The collective knowledge shared at the KRIYA Institute‘s gathering will undoubtedly contribute to the ongoing advancements in mental health treatments.

Again, we send our heartfelt shout-out to the KRIYA Ketamine Research Institute for orchestrating an event that not only brought minds together but also propelled the conversation around Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy to new heights. We look forward to witnessing the positive impact of these shared insights on the mental health landscape and to future collaborative endeavors that will shape the future of mental health treatment.

KRIYA Ketamine Research Institute