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Conditions They Treat: Depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, OCD

HealingMaps Says: Well-rounded clinic offering talk therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation and more.

Costs: Ketamine infusion: $450 to $800.

Spravato dose: $700-1200

Patient Review/ Testimonial: “Everyone in the office genuinely cares and it shows.” – Akai via Google

Facility Highlights: Large, well-trained staff.

Do They Offer Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy? Yes. They specialize in ketamine therapy.

Are Female Practitioners Available? Yes.

Do they Accept Insurance? Yes. They work with most major insurance carriers, and will work with the client to navigate the insurance maze.

Additional Info:

Axis Integrated Mental Health takes pride in its ability to offer the latest in innovative medicine for people battling chronic mood disorders. The health center offers patients the chance to achieve long-term relief from their symptoms through ketamine therapy and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy.

Offering breakthrough health treatments, the clinic can help more people find the light at the end of a long and dark tunnel.

The founders of Axis Integrated Mental Health noticed the dire situation surrounding mental health services when they needed care for one of their children. The services provided in the state were nowhere near what was required for healing, so they decided to create a new system that could provide real help to those that need it most.

By doing so and utilizing cutting-edge treatments, the founders and medical team at the mental health center can help more patients find relief from their chronic afflictions.


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Reilly Capps is the editorial director of HealingMaps. He has written about psychedelics for Rooster Magazine, The Washington Post, The Telluride Daily Planet, LucidNews, 5280, Chacruna, The Third Wave, and the MAPS Bulletin. A licensed EMT, he used to answer 911 calls on the ambulance in Boulder, Colo., where he learned how drugs affect a community. Read all his work at and follow him on Twitter @reillycapps

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