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Ketamine Insights

Molly Dunn & Lynn Schneider

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Fun conversations about therapeutic ketamine and mental health. **No medical advice** We give practical tips from a patient's perspective and discuss the more profound insights people can gain from their experiences with ketamine and other psychedelic medicines. Co-hosts Molly Dunn (patient) and Lynn Schneider (ally) are old friends who usually live on opposite sides of the world. Molly, a disabled writer from Chicago with treatment resistant depression and other chronic illnesses, has been ...
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Ketamine Wellness Center’s mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care for people suffering from afflictions where Ketamine infusions have proven a successful treatment option while actively researching Ketamine’s efficacy to treat additional conditions. Call Us: 855-KET-WELL
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Ketamine therapy is available in the forms of IV (intravenous) infusion, sublingual ketamine troches, IM (intramuscular) injections, and nasal spray (Spravato/esketamine). Ketamine has been called an anesthetic, a psychedelic, and a nootropic drug. Ketamine-assisted therapy is already available for conditions such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), bipolar depression, addiction, suicidality, chronic pain, neuropathic pain, and ...
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We hear a powerful story about the power of MDMA to help heal PTSD. An FDA advisory committee recently voted against approval of MDMA as a treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), despite extremely promising results from clinical trials. So, in this episode, Molly speaks with Cristina Pearse, founder and CEO of the Protea Foundation, wh…
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Lynn and Molly discuss Somatic Therapy and Internal Family Systems (IFS), two therapeutic modalities often used alongside ketamine treatments. Molly shares a story of Somatic Experiencing, describing how different body sensations revealed helpful emotional insights. We discuss the interweaving relationships between trauma, the body, talk therapy, a…
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Host Molly welcomes midwife and activist Betsy Merbitz to discuss the importance of patient-centered care in childbirth and in psychedelic therapies. Our conversation delves into the distinctions between holistic and medical models, focusing on the role of the individual as the primary healer. Betsy describes her work as a Certified Professional Mi…
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Lynn is back(!) for a fun conversation about holistic ways to improve mental health. From exercise and energy healing to sobriety and sleep hygiene, we discuss practices that can complement ketamine therapy, A companion episode to S1 Ep3 ("Comparing Depression Treatment Options"), this episode can help you feel empowered to choose which of your man…
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Angel takes us with her on several profound psychedelic journeys, including one in which she finally realizes: "My God, I'm beautiful." Ketamine therapy brings new levels of peace in this episode - the second half of our conversation from last week. Angel and I discuss grief and forgiveness in the context of complicated loss. She describes how she …
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(TW: Suicide) Listener Angel describes working with ketamine after many devastating personal tragedies. For her, ketamine is a lifeline. After a lifetime of traumas, she describes feeling like "one of those people who couldn't be helped." Thankfully, ketamine - together with therapy, writing, and solid family support - has led her to feel lighter. …
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Amber, a trained autopsy technician and Ketamine Insights listener, generously shares her story of doing research, finding a therapist, and finding beauty in the mundane. She and Molly discuss how ketamine journeys feel, the experience of "coming back" from trips, and the work of doing SO much introspection in a short period of time. They also shar…
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Molly and her partner Demond discuss his experience supporting someone with serious mental illness. Who can you look to for guidance? How should you treat someone who's coming down from a psychedelic journey? We talk about the benefits of instructions, the dangers of advice, and what to do when your loved one is spiraling out. Help us by subscribin…
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The inclusion of an episode on "The Ketamine Podcast" featuring Lorraine Nilon, a renowned expert in self-reflection, addiction recovery, and spirituality, holds profound significance for its listeners, particularly those engaged in or considering ketamine-assisted therapy. While ketamine is increasingly acknowledged for its potential in treating c…
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Molly interviews a listener about his experiences with depression, bipolar, and therapeutic ketamine. We learn how George convinced his hesitant psychiatrist, found a therapist trained in psychedelics, and joined a ketamine support group. We discuss the spiritual element to psychedelic experiences, what a ketamine journey can actually feel like, an…
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If you are looking for nootropics for creativity, or the best nootropics for motivation, ketamine is not the answer. However, ketamine infusion therapy is useful for treating many mental health conditions and pain syndromes, including depression, anxiety, suicidality, PTSD, OCD, addiction, bipolar, neuropathic pain, migraines, CRPS, fibromyalgia, a…
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With over three decades of expertise in anesthesiology, Dr. Steven Reichbach reappears on the Ketamine Podcast. He delves into the transformative power of ketamine therapy in addressing various mood disorders and persistent neuropathic pain conditions. A special emphasis is placed on the breakthroughs observed with ketamine in treating obsessive-co…
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In this episode, we explore the groundbreaking Neuro Direct technology that provides a new way of safely and effectively administering neuroeffective compounds without the side effects usually associated with oral or systemic administration. Dr. Ronald Ongdon invented the technology, and it has been used successfully for sumatryptin, a drug for sev…
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Dr. Steven Radowitz, the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Nushama, has a wealth of experience seeing the effects of trauma and addiction on physical health. He started his career in New York during the peak of the opioid and AIDS crises, where he worked as the medical director of the inpatient alcohol and opiate detox and treatment unit at S…
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None of the many psychedelic conferences in 2023 have slots for patients to speak. The disability rights movement declares, "Nothing about us without us!" but instead of valuing patients' lived experiences or practicing trauma-informed medicine, the field of psychedelic medicine is excluding us from the rooms (and zooms) where policies are debated …
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Molly is the guest storyteller for Tell Me What Happened's 50th episode. Host Jay Rehak listens as Molly remembers her Grandma making a shocking admission (proudly!) at a big family dinner. Jay and Molly discuss how we often think that we already understand the people closest to us, when there is actually great wisdom and insight to be gained from …
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An exploration of "All or Nothing Thinking" and other mental habits that hold us back. Google "cognitive distortions," and you're sure to recognize a few patterns from your own internal monologue. Maybe you catastrophize or you tend to disqualify the positive things in your life. Another common cognitive distortion is "all or nothing thinking," whi…
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Many people report feeling more creative and open during smaller doses of ketamine, making it an ideal time for a therapy session, journaling, or for bonding with a loved one. In this episode, Lynn and Molly discuss several ways to use ketamine lozenges (aka troches) to improve mental health. Within your prescriber's instructions, we encourage you …
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Ketamine makes our brains more elastic, so how do we make the most of that flexibility? From ice cream to journaling to roller skating, Lynn & Molly discuss visceral pleasures to help people form new, more joyful neural pathways. Of course, you don't need ketamine to plan a Day of Joy. Send this episode to a friend and make a date! If you're enjoyi…
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*No Medical Advice* What is a ketamine infusion like? How do I dress? What do I bring? Should I be scared? Lynn and Molly explore common concerns and give some concrete tips (like how to pick and prune a ketamine playlist). Then Molly reads her poem "A Room in Chicago," which is a very personal description of the therapeutic ketamine experience. We…
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Thoughts on setting intentions for psychedelic experiences and in our everyday lives. **No Medical Advice** Most experts in psychedelic medicine recommend setting an intention before each session. In this episode, Lynn and Molly discuss what makes a good intention and give some examples. We talk about questions that can point one toward a good inte…
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Dr. Steven Reichbach is an anesthesiologist who has been administering ketamine treatment for about 30 years. In this episode, Dr. Reichbach discusses the brain-healing effects of ketamine therapy, and how the connections between neurons, facilitated by dendrites, are able to grow and improve with treatment. We go into depth, talking about the posi…
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*No Medical Advice* Hear about many treatment options, including medications (so many types!), talk therapy (it's all about the vibe!), transcranial magnetic stimulation (brain magnets!), and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). It can be surprisingly difficult to find a list of treatments. Figuring out which ones to try can be even more daunting, espe…
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*We do not give medical advice* Explore the two major models of ketamine treatment for mental illness: 1) The strictly medical model, which treats ketamine as a chemical that can fix a patient's biological illness; and 2) the more holistic model, which emphasizes psychological growth and sees value in the altered mind-states that ketamine can cause…
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From lozenges and spravato(R) to intravenous infusions and intramuscular injections, we discuss the currently available ways to take ketamine. **No medical advice** In our very first(!) episode, we introduce Ketamine Insights as a podcast by and for people with mental illness and the people who love us. Co-hosts Molly (patient) and Lynn (ally) are …
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This episode of the podcast features an interview between Harmony Green, Health and Wellness Coordinator at Ketamine Wellness Centers, and Psychologist, Dr. Ellen Diamond, who is also one of the founders at Ketamine Wellness Centers. Due to the pandemic you may be feeling stressed and anxious about the coronavirus (COVID-19). Given this unprecedent…
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As the P.R. machine kicks into gear to support the launch of Spravato/Esketamine, the first FDA approved Ketamine-derived treatment, Kevin Nicholson (President, CEO of Ketamine Wellness Centers) digs into the details that tend to receive less attention.This episode is about Treatment Resistant Depression and the requirements of Spravato, as such. W…
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As the P.R. machine kicks into gear to support the launch of Spravato/Esketamine, the first FDA approved Ketamine-derived treatment, Kevin Nicholson (President, CEO of Ketamine Wellness Centers) digs into the details that tend to receive less attention.One thing that raised the eyebrows of everybody on the clinical team here at KWC relates to the r…
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As the P.R. machine kicks into gear to support the launch of Spravato/Esketamine, the first FDA approved Ketamine-derived treatment, Kevin Nicholson (President, CEO of Ketamine Wellness Centers) digs into the details that tend to receive less attention.This episode focuses on the cost of Spravato to the provide, end user, and insurer:- What are the…
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A Closer Look at Spravato (Esketamine): How will it be administered?As the P.R. machine kicks into gear to support the launch of Spravato/Esketamine, the first FDA approved Ketamine-derived treatment, Kevin Nicholson (President, CEO of Ketamine Wellness Centers) digs into the details that tend to receive less attention. This episode focuses on how …
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Fact or Fiction?Topic: Ketamine Infusions are AddictiveKetamine has several reputations: surgical anesthetic, life saving battlefield necessity, veterinary medicine, club drug, breakthrough depression treatment, etc. Many medications present the potential for chemical addiction to take hold in individuals. We know that this can absolutely be the ca…
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This episode of the podcast features an interview between Kevin Nicholson, CEO of Ketamine Wellness Centers, and a longtime patient of the Mesa, Arizona clinic, Andy, who has suffered from Depression since he was an adolescent. For as long as Andy can remember, the fog of Depression has dictated much of his life. After trying virtually every prescr…
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Fact or Fiction?Topic: There Is A Harmful Interaction Between Ketamine And Prescribed Antidepressant MedicationsWhen depression patients come to us seeking the therapeutic effects that Ketamine can provide, they are frequently prescribed to and utilizing antidepressant medications (SSRI,SNRI). A common question we get at KWC is whether there is a h…
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In this episode of the KWC Podcast, we speak with three depression patients who are currently utilizing Ketamine Infusion Treatments about what the experience is like, what to expect, as well as recommendations/advice for others who are considering this therapy for themselves.www.ketaminewellnesscenters.com…
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Fact or Fiction?Topic: Ketamine causes Serotonin Syndrome.Serotonin syndrome occurs when one takes medications that cause high levels of the chemical serotonin to build up in one’s body. What is Ketamine’s effect on Serotonin and does this syndrome take hold with ketamine infusion?Kevin Nicholson, CEO of Ketamine Wellness Centers, and Dr. Mark Murp…
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Fact or Fiction?Topic: Ketamine is used as a horse tranquilizer. Fact or Fiction?Ketamine has a number of uses in medical, surgical, dental, and veterinary practice. So, is Ketamine used to sedate horses? And why is this such a common reference when people talk about Ketamine?Kevin Nicholson, CEO of Ketamine Wellness Centers, and Dr. Mark Murphy, B…
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