Location & professionals
+1 (514) 481-0317
+1 (438) 858-4145
393 Laurier West Montreal H2V 2K3 QC
491 Eglinton Ave. W, Suite 100, Toronto, Ontario
+1 (604) 423-5790
+1 (604) 423-5791
Unit 208 – 2555 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC V5N4C1
Group Ketamine-Assisted Therapy
We believe that the power of healing can be strengthened when experienced with others. In select locations, we offer group ketamine-assisted therapy, where you can experience ketamine treatment in a safe and controlled environment while being surrounded by peers. By participating in a group setting, it gives you the opportunity to connect with others experiencing similar mental health concerns, and for you to come together and support each other during your healing journey through ketamine-assisted therapy. Our clinic team will be with you and your peers for the duration of the sessions and will provide guidance and structure as you move through your psychedelic experience.
As a result of the group structure and in line with our mission to make psychedelic treatments more accessible, we are pleased to be able to offer group ketamine-assisted therapy at a lower price point than many other forms of treatment.
Evidence-Based Research on Ketamine Treatment
Ketamine for the Treatment of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Comprehensive Systematic Review
Efficacy of Ketamine in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders: A Systematic Review
A Retrospective Analysis of Ketamine Intravenous Therapy for Depression in Real-World Care Settings
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Repeated Ketamine Administration for Chronic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
A Randomized Trial of an N-methyl-D-aspartate Antagonist in Treatment-Resistant Major Depression
Toward Specific Ways To Combine Ketamine and Psychotherapy in Treating Depression
Start your healing journey
It all starts with a FREE intake call with one of our Care Coordinators.
The benefits of group therapy and group education are well-researched. Group therapy fosters recovery and improves mental health through decreased isolation, improved problem-solving and accountability, and greater empathy. Research suggests groups may be suitable for several mental health conditions including emotional trauma, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and ADHD.
Groups are for those seeking to improve or maintain their overall sense of wellness. They also work well for those who want to supplement their individual treatment plan with new tools and community support.
Groups should not act as a substitute for intensive work with a mental health professional and should not be used when in crisis. Depending on your goals and needs, it is possible that one-on-one therapy or education will be a better option.
With any group setting, there’s no guarantee of absolute confidentiality, except for by the practitioner. At the beginning of every group session, we will cover ground rules for client privacy. Members make a verbal agreement to maintain confidentiality. This ensures an environment of safety and mutual respect.
Members are encouraged to share, but only at their comfort level.