A journey
back to you

Our Approach
to Psychedelics 

We understand that healing past trauma can feel like a long winding road. Our experienced team is here to guide you every step of the way. With leading partners in the medical psychedelics space, we provide evidence-based, ketamine enhanced psychotherapy. Let us help you explore your core.

What is the role of psychedelic therapy?

Psychedelic medicine allows us to explore ourselves, and the world around us in a new way. With the use of ketamine in combination with psychotherapy, we will guide you through a truly unique and transformative therapy that will help you awaken the hard-to-reach areas of yourself that may be impacted by PTSD or depression. 

A Catalyst For Change

You may be stuck in negative thought patterns, self-destructive behavior, or not being as productive as you’d like to be. You may want to improve your relationships or just change certain habits that are no longer serving you.

Research has shown that psychedelic therapies can be a powerful catalyst for change. Psychedelic therapies help individuals retrain their minds; accessing the ability to override old habits and instead replace them with a more positive feedback loop. We are here to help you re-discover the real you.

How does it work?

We are committed to providing a personalized experience for each
and every member of our community

1

Intake

Complete our short intake form and one of our Veteran Vanguards will be in touch to discuss the process

2

Vanguard Wellness Consultation

Speak with one of our medical professionals to determine the best path forward

3

Ketamine Treatment

You will advance to Field Trip for your ketamine enhanced psychotherapy program

4

Ongoing Care and support

With continuous access to our team of Veteran Vanguards, you will develop a plan on how you would like to integrate into a positive and sustainable routine

Speak with a Veteran Vanguard to learn more

Frequently Asked Questions

How does ketamine therapy work?

Ketamine therapy interacts with the brains neurotransmitters and therefore has an effect on anxiety, pain and can act as an antidepressant. When combined with psychotherapy, low doses of ketamine have been found to relax one’s mind and reduce anxiety and depression.

Is it safe?

The team at Field Trip Health will pair you with a trained medical professional to ensure that the treatment is personalized to your needs. Under this stringent medical supervision, Ketamine is a safe and effective alternative therapy.

Is this covered by Veterans Affairs?

Yes, Blue Cross will cover the cost of therapy as long as this is not your first line of treatment and have tried other treatments that proved unsuccessful.

How does ketamine feel?

You may notice physical sensations such as tingling in various parts of the body, the feeling of being relaxed, and a slightly elevated heart rate. Individuals may notice a change in their perception of space and time.

What are the therapeutic benefits?

Each ketamine experience will be unique. People often notice a quieting of normal thoughts that go through their head at any given time. When physical reactions to emotions are quieted, many find that this can facilitate a gentler exploration of memories, emotions, and experiences. A variety of experiences can occur during the ketamine session – you should remain open to what may arise, trust in the process, and let it flow rather than try to direct or fight the experience. This may include facing uncomfortable emotions, or the feeling of not having an experience. The therapist is in the room with you throughout the experience and ready to support you through any challenges you may experience.

Are there any disqualifying conditions?