People living with various chronic mood disorders can find relief from their symptoms at Connecticut Psychiatric Hamden. The wellness center provides ketamine therapy services to help people regain control of their health and get their lives back. By offering breakthrough treatments, people who have lost hope for healing can finally find relief. Conditions they treat include depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.
Connecticut Psychiatric Hamden is led by Dr. David M. Aversa. He and his experienced team pride themselves on offering the best in comprehensive mental health care services. Being open to cutting-edge treatments such as ketamine infusion and nasal spray, he and the team at the medical center can provide the best care possible to patients.
In addition to calling or emailing Connecticut Psychiatric, you can also text staff member Monica at 475-777-1865 to inquire about becoming a new patient. This text line is for office purposes only, and it is checked every day except for Wednesday. When messaging, it’s best to include the following:
If the clinic does not immediately have someone available, they can add you to the waitlist and/or provide you with resources to find a provider more immediately.
Connecticut Psychiatric & Wellness Center tailors ketamine therapy to your unique medical profile and your treatment may not be like any other patient’s. Your ketamine therapy, including Spravato treatments, is conducted at the office. Connecticut Psychiatric & Wellness Center uses state-of-the-art technology to administer your ketamine and closely monitors you during your treatment session.
The specifics of your ketamine therapy depend on your psychiatric needs. For IV ketamine therapy, you may need two sessions a week for 4-5 weeks. Each IV infusion takes about 40 minutes.
Spravato With Spravato ketamine therapy, you administer the medication yourself in the office.
Connecticut Psychiatric & Wellness Center closely monitors you for up to two hours after administration. During the first month of treatment, you come in twice a week for therapy and then once a week or every other week thereafter.