We are dedicated to the practice of compassionate and ethical Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy.

Group and Couple’s Treatment

We offer Couple’s and Group Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) in a variety of settings. The benefits of KAP can be augmented when provided in a communal context, where there is a shared sense of community and access to interpersonal perspectives.

BOOSTER SESSION

Booster Sessions are for past and current Polaris Insight Center clients who have completed their KAP treatment cycle and are interested in furthering treatment in a group setting.

Patients are referred to the group by their treating therapist. Booster Sessions are IM sessions held in-office and facilitated by a senior therapist and a medical provider.

Upcoming Groups: 

Wednesday, March 27th 2024, 4 PM – 7 PM

Wednesday, May 1st 2024, 4 PM – 7 PM

KAP GROUP

KAP Groups are for past and current Polaris Insight Center clients who have completed their individual KAP treatment cycle and are interested in undergoing another treatment cycle in a group setting with a small number of clients.

Groups meet for a preparation session (90 minutes), a series of Group IM sessions (4 hours each), and integration sessions (90 minutes) that will be interspersed throughout. IM sessions are held in-office and facilitated by a senior therapist and a medical provider.

CLINICIANS’ SUPPORT GROUP

Clinicians’ Support Groups are for clinicians who are seeking support around professional stressors, compassion fatigue, and burnout.

Prior individual KAP experience is required to join these drop-in groups, and clinicians will undergo a Medical Intake with a Polaris medical provider.

Group work and connection with others can support the process of integrating insights gained from ketamine sessions.

Couple’s Treatment

We offer treatment for couples interested in working together with ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. We ask that you first go through treatment as individuals, as you work through foundational inner healing and gain familiarity with the medicine.

You will go through psychiatric and psychological separately, as well as a few KAP sessions as individuals. After discussion and collaboration with a Polaris KAP therapist, they will evaluate if a couple’s journey would be an appropriate and supportive experience.

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