Group KAP for Helping Professionals

Burnout, compassion fatigue, imposter syndrome, self doubt, these symptoms are all too real for helping professionals. Using the power of group dynamics with the amplifier of Ketamine we aim to provide a safe space for you to explore deeper levels of consciousness to attempt to resolve what is causing these challenging experiences. 

We know that disconnect and isolation can be at the heart of many struggles both personally and professionally. We have opted to use a group model to bring us together, take away the stigma, and show us that we are not alone. 

Ketamine is a powerful medicine that can help break through patterns of resistance, and avoidance and leave us feeling more deeply connected to others. It have been effective for depression, anxiety, and PTSD and is safe for most people. 

Join us to create an amazing experience that will support you and other helping professionals, and quite possibly change and expand your work with others. 

If you would like to receive more information about this or future offering similar to this, please click the link below. 

What is Ketamine

Ketamine is an anesthetic and analgesic medicine with dissociative properties. It has safely been used for years in surgical procedures and emergency rooms. 

More recently studies have shown that in low doses, Ketamine has been helpful in treating symptoms related to depression, anxiety, and post traumatic stress disorder. 

Ketamine acts on the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor, leading to heightened glutamate activity in the brain. Scientists posit that this effect fosters the formation of fresh connections among neurons, potentially enabling the development of positive thought and behavior patterns in individuals undergoing ketamine treatment. This phenomenon is commonly known as neuroplasticity. 

Currently Ketamine is the only legal medication being used in all 50 states for Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy. People who have used Ketamine for therapeutic purposes claim that the medication has a psychedelic-like effect and produces feelings of connectedness and clarity after use. 

Spring KAP Group Schedule

Commitment Time For the Group

30 minute therapeutic assessment (scheduled at your convenience with Lacey Smith)

30 minute medical evaluation (scheduled at your convenience with Oasis Wellness & Recovery)

Preparation Meetings (Zoom)

March 14th, 21st, & 28th 2024 5pm-6:30pm

Group KAP Session (In person)

April 4th, 11th, & 18th 2024 5pm-8pm 

 8830 Belding Rd NE Ste A, Rockford, MI, 49341 (Must have a ride to and from meeting)

Integration Meetings (Zoom)

April 5th, 12th, &19th 2024 12pm-1pm

Price is $1500 per person.

This includes therapy assessment, preparation, ketamine session, and integration sessions. *This does not include the price of the medical evaluation and the cost of the medicine. The cost for this service is approximately $375. 

Deadline for admittance is March 1st, 2024 

To inquire about signing up, contact Lacey Smith at [email protected] or hit the Request appointment button and indicate you would like to speak to Amanda Estill about the Group KAP for Helping Professionals