Conditions They Treat: Trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief, and feelings of meaninglessness.
HealingMaps Says: Medicinal Mindfulness is a super interesting place. They’ve been doing psychedelic work for a long time. Today they do ketamine and cannabis-assisted therapy, and they’re starting to work with psilocybin mushrooms. In a lot of ways, they’re super dope. The only worry is that some people say they’re a little far out there. Medicinal Mindfulness is able to do psilocybin journeys under the “personal use” section of a new law passed in Colorado in 2022. It allows sitters to be paid for their services as long as they’re doing it under the banner of therapy or community-based use. Medicinal Mindfulness is definitely a thriving community.
Costs: Onboarding: $500-$600
“Short intensives” with psilocybin mushrooms – $3,000-$4,000.
Weeklong intensives including psilocybin mushrooms – $5,250-$6525
Patient Review/ Testimonial: “Life-changing healing happens here. What a blessing to experience community breathwork. I cannot recommend enough.” Jack via Google
Facility Highlights: Psillocybin sessions can be done at the center or at an AirBnB.
Do They Offer Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy? Yes.
Are Female Practitioners Available? Yes. They have a diverse set of clinicians, including spiritual and LGBTQ folks.
Do they Accept Insurance? No. “We can provide a superbill for psychotherapy services but not medicine-related sessions, and medicine-related services are generally not reimbursable.”
People living with various chronic mood disorders can find relief from their symptoms at the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness. The health clinic provides ketamine-assisted psychedelic therapy for patients that have not found recovery through traditional forms of treatment. Conditions they treat at the clinic include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and other major life challenges.
The Center for Medicinal Mindfulness is made up of many highly skilled medical professionals dedicated to improving the lives of their patients. The team at the clinic utilizes ketamine-assisted psychotherapy along with other forms of psychedelic therapy such as cannabis-assisted psychedelic therapy, group psychedelic therapy, and psychedelic and integrative psychiatry. Operating on the cusp of the future of psychotherapy, the clinic aims to heal people from their traumas to restore their sense of control of their health.
In your initial consult, an expert staff member at the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness will discuss treatment options and help you make an informed decision about whether ketamine treatment is right for you. Prior to Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) treatment, clients are required to meet with the clinic’s medical doctor to explore the potential risks and benefits of this treatment.
Following this, the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness provides preparation sessions to set goals and orient to the ketamine-assisted sessions. KAP sessions are typically 3 hours long and often include a booster dose. These sessions are tailored to each individual.
Ketamine is prescribed and administered by an MD either orally with lozenges, or intramuscularly via injection. Dosage will be determined by the clinic’s medical team and discussed with you prior to your session. KAP is often offered as a series of multiple sessions so that each session can build on the next.
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