Ketamine for depression
Ketamine is different from traditional anti-depressants
From mild to moderate to severe cases, depression responds robustly to low-dose ketamine treatments. Those suffering from suicidal ideation may find these symptoms removed entirely following the first weeks of treatment.
Ketamine is different from traditional antidepressants and can be effective even if other treatment methods have yielded sub-optimal results. This powerful medication can facilitate major changes, quickly. It doesn’t change who you are, only how you feel.
After their first three weeks of treatment, more than 80% of patients report at least a 50% reduction in symptoms
An estimated 30.9% of those with Major Depressive Disorder can be defined as having Treatment Resistant Depression
"I have suffered from crippling depression since I had my first son 7 years ago. After trying dozens of medications that never worked, trying Ketamine changed my life. I have been seeing Coreen at the Bellevue clinic for the past several weeks and it has been life altering. I have become a much better mother and a productive member of society. Coreen is kind and knowledgeable and does an amazing job to make it a pleasant experience. I literally feel like I owe my life to Ketamine. Northwest Ketamine Clinic makes it all possible for me and I am very grateful."
– Sydney G
Treatment options for depression
Our foundational program: 6 intravenous infusions administered over 2-3 weeks under careful monitoring by our trained medical staff
Ketamine + Coaching
Our Healing Pathway option brings you together with an experienced psychedelic practitioner focused on self-empowerment, finding clarity, and dislodging blocks
Ketamine + Therapy
Work through challenging life issues with Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, our most involved program, with a licensed mental health counselor trained in psychedelic therapy
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