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Event date: 7/7/2023 - 7/9/2023 Export event
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Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy Training

Great Salt Lake Wellness, Inc.

When: 2 day, 2 night retreat July 7-9, 2023 AND 4 weeks of 2-hr zoom didactics following the retreat (dates TBD)

Where: Coalville, Utah

REGISTER HERE (Navigate to July 7-9 for the event)

Ketamine as a medication to treat mood disorders has been gaining in popularity since it’s FDA approval for such. Many clinics are only providing the medication as a standalone treatment, and this has led to various issues for the patients obtaining the treatment. Great Salt Lake Wellness and Satori Health are leaders in the Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy model, in which we offer the ketamine medication as a tool to enhance the psychotherapy process and treatment plan. Providers can attend this training to learn about ketamine as a psychedelic medicine for treating mental health conditions, the exact process of the treatment plan to use KAP, and the practice management and ethical issues to be able to add KAP into their existing practices. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in two group experiential KAP sessions, which is a critical part of the training process when working in the field of psychedelic medicines.

Great Salt Lake Wellness has grown from a one-woman shop in 2013 when Dr. Bullock decided to “hang a shingle” after exiting Active Duty Air Force life. Jill Perry, LCSW joined the team in 2016. In 2021, Dr. Bullock began the development of the group practice and it has grown to a total of ten mental health providers and two admins. Over the years, Dr. Bullock has added clinical yoga, EMDR, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, Reiki, and other wellness services to the menu of clinical services. Great Salt Lake Wellness has become a leader in mental health and wellness services in the state of Utah. Bringing evidence based treatments, comprehensive wellness services, and an individualized treatment plan for every client.

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