Ketamine Treatment

A legal and safe alternative to traditional mental health treatments.

What is Ketamine Treatment?

When given in a controlled environment by a medical professional, ketamine is a medicine that can cause altered states of consciousness. Research suggests that ketamine can help individuals overcome a broad range of conditions. 

Unlike traditional antidepressants which can take weeks to take effect, Ketamine can rapidly reduce depressive symptoms within two hours of administration, and this relief can be sustained for up to two weeks, following just a single dose.

Our ketamine treatments are flexible, designed to meet your individual needs and support you on your healing journey. To learn more about our ketamine treatments, book a free informational call with one of our health navigators.

Common Conditions Treated

  • Addiction
  • Anxiety 
  • Depression 
  • Eating Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 
  • Chronic Pain & Chronic Illness 

Ketamine is known to be particularly effective for treatment-resistant conditions

In the event of an emergency, it’s crucial to seek help as soon as possible. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, also known as the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, is available 24/7 to provide support and resources.

You can access this service by dialing 988 or by calling 1-800-273-8255.

In the case of an immediate danger to yourself or others, calling 911 should be your first course of action.

How Does It Work?

Ketamine treats depression in a different way than most conventional antidepressants. Ketamine targets the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor, which results in increased activity of glutamate in the brain. Researchers believe this causes creation of new connections between neurons which in turn is believed to allow for new creation of positive thought and behaviour patterns in patients treated with ketamine. This is commonly referred to as neuroplasticity.


What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is a synthetic medicine classified as a dissociative anesthetic. It is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines. It was developed in 1963, approved for use in 1970, and adopted by many jurisdictions because of its rapid onset, proven safety, and short duration of action.

Though ketamine is most commonly used as an anesthetic agent in surgical and emergency department settings due to its good safety profile, it has also been used to manage acute and chronic pain conditions.

In the last two decades, ketamine has been increasingly used to address various mental health conditions, such as depression, substance use disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and other mental health conditions. If you would like to learn more about how ketamine could help you in your healing journey, contact us at 1-833-NUMINUS (686-4687) or book a call.

Quels autres services liés à la kétamine offrez-vous?

Nous offrons différents types de services liés à la kétamine, dont un traitement par la kétamine, une thérapie de groupe assistée par la kétamine et SPRAVATO®. Nos traitements par la kétamine offrent de nombreuses options. Notre équipe clinique vous aidera à décider quelle forme de traitement répondra le mieux à vos besoins actuels et à vos objectifs de guérison.

 Pour déterminer le meilleur service pour vous, appelez-nous au 1 833 NUMINUS (686-4687) ou planifiez un appel.

What is the difference between Ketamine Treatment and Ketamine-Assisted Therapy?

During Ketamine Treatment or Ketamine Therapy, the focus is on the administration of medicine (ketamine) to produce a physical response. 

Ketamine-Assisted Therapy is a holistic approach to healing. During Ketamine-Assisted Therapy, ketamine is used to enhance the therapeutic process.

How is Ketamine Administered?

Ketamine can be administered by intramuscular injection (IM) or rapid dissolving tablets. We also offer SPRAVATO® nasal spray. Your team will work with you to determine which option is right for you. Each time ketamine is administered, your response will be closely monitored. 

To learn more, contact us at 1-833-NUMINUS (686-4687) or book a call.

What does the ketamine experience feel like?

The physical and emotional effects of ketamine will differ from person to person; however, common experiences include:

  • Altered states of consciousness and feeling separated from reality
  • Disruption of negative feelings
  • A dream-like or “floating” sensation
  • Relaxation of ordinary concerns and usual mindset
  • A sense of euphoria
  • A dream-like or “floating” sensation
  • An altered sense of time (losing track of time; time slowing down or speeding up)
  • Diminished or altered body sensations; some people may have an “out-of-body” experience, where awareness of the physical body is reduced
  • Tunnel vision, or seeing things through a fog
  • Pain reduction
  • Mild changes in perceptions of sounds and sights
  • It is also possible to have uncomfortable feelings as suppressed traumas arise. Safety and care are the top priorities of our team members, and your practitioners will be there to support you as you navigate any challenging experiences.

Our rooms for Ketamine Sessions have been intentionally designed to ensure your comfort and support your journey. You may choose to be in a reclined or semi-reclined position, wear eyeshades, and listen to music to enhance the experience. To learn more about our ketamine treatments, contact us at 1-833-NUMINUS (686-4687) or book a call.

Am I eligible for ketamine treatment?

To be eligible for ketamine treatment, you must be evaluated by a medical practitioner and not have any contraindications to this therapy, including any medical or other psychiatric illnesses that suggest this treatment might be unsafe. Conditions that may make you ineligible for ketamine treatment include, but are not limited to: a history of psychosis (e.g. hallucinations), mania, untreated hypertension, heart disease or stroke, and seizures. Similarly, severe liver disease, untreated thyroid disorders, or other medical conditions may require management prior to ketamine treatment.


At Numinus, ketamine treatment is only available to individuals 14 and older in Arizona and Utah.


If you believe you may be eligible for ketamine treatment and would like to proceed, contact us at 1-833-NUMINUS (686-4687) or book a call.

How much does ketamine treatment cost? Will it be covered by my insurance?

Since ketamine is technically being used “off-label” to treat many mental health conditions, some insurance providers may not cover its use. SPRAVATO® is Health Canada approved for depression so may be covered through insurance. 

Contact us to help verify and explain your insurance benefits. In addition to insurance, we accept MasterCard, Visa, most health savings (HSA) cards, and cash payments. In the case we cannot accept your insurance, receipts can be provided to be submitted to your insurance company as an out-of-network provider.

For pricing information, contact us at 1-833-NUMINUS (686-4687) or book a call.

The Process

Our team will take a comprehensive approach to your care, collaborating with other health care providers to provide you with the best outcomes. Here is what you can expect from your ketamine therapy:

Step 1: Connect

You’ll start by meeting our team to walk through your medical history and treatment goals. We will work with you to determine whether ketamine treatment is the right fit for you. Your safety and well-being are our primary concern.

Step 2: Prepare

The key to successful ketamine therapy is careful preparation. We’ll work together to ensure you’re set up for success. This can include exercises and guidance to help you mentally, emotionally, and physically prepare.

Step 3: Experience

Your ketamine sessions involve the administration of medicine (either via intramuscular injection or IV). These experiences may be blissful or challenging, mild or intense, depending on where you are in your healing journey. Whatever the nature of your experience, you will have the full support of our expert team, ensuring your comfort and safety.

Step 4: Integrate

Integration involves reflecting on your ketamine experience in the days following and using those insights to better your life. In Ketamine Treatment, integration is self-guided.

Step 5: Reconnect

Your medical team may recommend multiple ketamine treatments for sustained results. Reconnecting can also mean pursuing additional treatment in the future if you encounter a set-back, joining one of our ongoing integration groups, or even taking what you have learned and using it to better connect with yourself and the people in your life.

Our Locations

Ketamine treatment is offered at our safe and comfortable clinics, designed with you in mind.

Numinus American Fork
48 N 1100 E Suite B, American Fork, UT 84003
Numinus Draper
721 E 12200 S, Draper, UT 84020
Numinus Layton
2950 N Church St, Suite 101, Layton, UT 84040
Numinus Murray
154 E Myrtle Ave, Suite 204, Murray, UT 84107
Numinus Springville
672 W 400 S, Suite 201, Springville, UT 84663

Schedule an informational call with a health navigator to get started.

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Other than Spravato,® a form of esketamine, ketamine has not been approved by Health Canada or the Food and Drug Administration for any mental health indication. Information on this page is presented for educational purposes only and is not an exhaustive summary of the current state of research relative to psychedelic treatments, their reliability, contraindications, risks, side effects, or other pertinent information. Please refer to the FAQ below and our Educational and Opinion Disclaimer.


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