Conditions They Treat: Depression, suicidality, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, more.

HealingMaps Says: Co-founder Dr. Dana Lerman, MD (pronounced DAN-uh, not DANE-uh), is passionate about ketamine. For one: she sells hats that say KETAMINE in big letters. Beyond that, from hearing her speak, we know she believes deeply in the possibilities of a life seen from a new angle. Skylight is more committed than most to ensuring clients have wraparound care from a therapist.

Extending from that, Skylight Psychedelics is licensed to prescribe ketamine to patients in all 50 states–but only to patients who will use the ketamine with a properly-trained therapist.

Costs: In person ketamine, in the Skylight offices:

$200 intake

$500 per session

At home ketamine, to be used with a properly trained therapist:

Two doses: $289

Six doses: $599

Ten doses: $679

Patient Review/ Testimonial: “Wonderful and welcoming space to start your healing journey.” David via Google

Facility Highlights: Simple, comfy-looking office in beautiful, serene, nature-surrounded Evergreen.

Do They Offer Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy? Definitely. They’re all about KAP, and critical of the “sterile clinical settings” where ketamine is often given.

Are Female Practitioners Available? Yes. A woman co-founded Skylight.

Do they Accept Insurance? No.

Additional Info: 

Skylight has two offices, one in Evergreen and one in Tenafly, New Jersey. They also train health professionals in ketamine and psilocybin-assisted therapy for an affordable price.

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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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