Wholeness Center is a mental health clinic that provides Ketamine treatments and other naturopathic services and treatments. Their approach aims to improve the body, mind, and spirit. Servicing Fort Collins and Northern Colorado, Wholeness Center offers a new vision of alternative natural mental health, integrative medicine, functional medicine, and behavioral health care.

Examples of mental and behavioral health services include integrative psychiatry, IV Therapy, neurofeedback, nutritional support, and more. These services treat a variety of conditions such as anxiety, depression, ADD, ADHD, among others.

When it comes to ketamine treatments, Wholeness Center recommends them for patients who have tried psychiatric treatments or therapies but been unsuccessful in reducing your symptoms, if you want a broadened perspective of your condition, or you’re open to having a spiritual or mystical experience in order to transform and relieve symptoms.

A large staff of experienced professionals at Wholeness Center work under one roof, from social workers to psychiatric nurse practitioners. This allows the clinic to blend the best of multiple fields and provide the resources necessary to restore positive health and wholeness.

What types of ketamine services does Wholeness Center offer?

  • Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is offered with three different routes of administration:
    • Sublingual
      • Oral lozenges
      • Offered by Jason Sienknecht, LPC CAC II, Gail Dawson, and Dawn Fabian PMHNP
    • IM (intramuscular) injections
      • Offered by Scott Shannon MD and Dawn Fabian PMHNP
    • Intravenous (IV) line
      • Offered by Scott Shannon MD and Dawn Fabian PMHNP
  • Wholeness Center also offers the Ketamine Comprehensive Assessment Program, a psychiatric program providing intensive diagnosis, education, assessment, and customized treatment plan for individuals suffering from a mental health condition. Specifics:
    • 2.5 hours of integrative psychiatry assessment
    • 2 hours of naturopathic assessment
    • Quantitative EEG/ brain map & 1-hour review
    • 1 hour of family systems assessment/ psychotherapy
    • 3 sessions of individualized ketamine therapy/nutritional therapy with psychotherapy
    • Collaborative team meeting
    • Comprehensive treatment plan
    • Individual program for patient
    • Customized schedule for patient
    • Aftercare with Support

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What conditions do they treat?

  • Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Drug and alcohol addiction
  • Other psychiatric diagnoses

Important Information

  • Non-Colorado Patients
    • Wholeness Center has many patients from out of state and even out of the country.

What to Expect at Wholeness Center


  • Initial visit lengths vary from 45 minutes to 1 and 1/2 hours. A team member will take a detailed history of your health concerns. They may choose to do a physical exam, explore a therapeutic counseling session, perform acupuncture, order lab work, or other tests. If you have already had tests done you may choose to bring a copy of them with you. Some natural medications or supplements may be prescribed and a treatment plan will be devised at this time.

The Process

  • Sublingual
    • 4-8 psychotherapy sessions over 3-4 weeks
    • Sessions last about 2 hours
    • Creates a milder and more gentle experience than the IV or IM method
    • Ketamine lozenges are used to speed psychotherapy
    • A therapist will be present throughout the entire session
    • Induces a low dose trance experience for a time out from the ordinary mind
    • Facilitates reduction in defenses and negative thinking but still allows for awareness and communication with your therapist
  • IM (intramuscular) injections
    • 1-3 sessions over 3 weeks, with the possibility of monthly maintenance treatments
    • Sessions last about 1.5 to 2 hours
    • Dosage is typically moderate-high
    • A psychiatrist meets with you periodically during sessions and monitors your progress
    • Allows for higher dose sessions for the purpose of inducing dissociative, psychedelic, or transformative experiences
  • Intravenous (IV) line
    • 1-6 sessions over 3 weeks
    • Sessions last 1-2 hours
    • Allows for low or high dose sessions, depending on treatment goals
    • A psychiatrist monitors your progress and is able to adjust the strength of the ketamine throughout the session, as needed

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New Patient Appointments

  • Psychiatrist

    Dr. Scott Shannon or Dr. Brooke Schnieder

    $ 350.00
  • Naturopathic Doctor

    Dr. Mary Rondeau, Dr. Steven Rondeau, or Dr. Nicole Lewis

    $ 260.00
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

    Dawn Fabian

    $ 325.00

New Patient Appointments or Follow-Ups

  • Therapist Jason Sienknecht
    $ 130.00
  • Therapist Doreen Horan or Sandra Fortson
    $ 115.00
  • Therapist Bri Benidixsen
    $ 80.00

Follow-Up Appointments

  • Psychiatrist

    Dr. Scott Shannon, Dawn Fabian, or Dr. Brooke Schnieder

    $ 145.00
  • Naturopathic Doctor

    Dr. Mary Rondeau, Dr. Steven Rondeau, or Dr. Nicole Lewis

    $ 130.00
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

    Dawn Fabian

    $ 225.00

Ketamine Treatments

  • Ketamine IV Therapy

    $275 – $600+ Service Fee

  • Ketamine IM Therapy

    $275 – $600 + Service Fee

  • Ketamine Oral Solution

    $275 – $600 + Service Fee

  • Ketamine Lozenges

    $275 – $600 + Service Fee


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