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ONLINE THERAPY IN NEW JERSEY

KETAMINE ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY
for Innovative Healing in NJ

At Home & Online

Skip the Clinic with In-home & Online
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy in NJ

Online and In-Home Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy in New Jersey has never been more accessible. Mind by Design offers Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) for NJ resident via tele-therapy (virtual therapy) and optional, in-home therapy. Ketamine has been researched for decades and, more notably research has shown that ketamine therapy can help break the persistent cycles of anxiety, OCD, treatment resistant depression, and PTSD.


In combination with psychotherapy, KAP enables you to tap into altered states of consciousness and harness the biological benefits of psychedelic medicines. Not only does online KAP alleviate the stress of traveling to busy clinics, but also allows for us to offer treatment at less than half the cost of traditional in-person ketamine treatment 

Why Choose Us For Online or In-Home Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

For many, talk therapy has served well, however, there are times when talk therapy falls short. That’s where Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy comes into play. It’s important to recognize that although psychedelic experiences can amplify your consciousness, these experiences could potentially escalate psychological pain without the right support. Therefore, adequate preparation and post-experience integration, facilitated by trained therapists, are crucial to creating a healing psychedelic journey. Consequently, research has shown that clients who participate in psychotherapy along with KAP see more sustained progress in their treatment than those who do not have therapy supports.

What Makes
MBD Services unique?

It’s important to validate that this therapy approach can feel intimidating to many of us. That’s why we offer 3 sessions before a dosing session, as well as in-home ketamine therapy for your dosing session. Research shows that clients who receive therapy supports from a licensed professional have greater, more sustained benefits from he effects of Ketamine than those who do not have therapy supports. That being said, we want to ensure the most comfortable and effective care for our clients, which is why we offer in-home ketamine assisted therapy dosing sessions with our therapists from Mind by Design.

Patient Stories: Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

Our partner, Journey Clinical, shares the stories of individuals who have experienced KAP. The Services provided by Mind by Design & Journal Clinical are available to you!

Eligible NJ Counties
for In-Home ketamine Therapy

Our ketamine providers will come to you!

 

Residents in NJ may be eligible to have their therapist come to their home to support their Ketamine Dosing Session. This exclusive and progressive approach increases client comfort, aids in the therapeutic application and serves as a guiding support for clients. 

Additionally, we also understand that not everyone may have a “support person” or a “chaperone” to be present in their home during the dosing session, therefore, this option creates more accessibility to KAP

  • Bergen County, New Jersey
  • Hudson County, New Jersey
  • Middlesex County New Jersey
  • Monmouth County, New Jersey
  • Morris County, New Jersey
  • Passaic County, New Jersey
  • Somerset County, New Jersey

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Ketamine holds great promise as a potential treatment option for various ailments. However, it is important to recognize that at-home ketamine is not for everyone, and that ketamine treatments must be closely considered by the individual, primary care physician and treating providers. It is also important to note that ketamine is not approved by the FDA for the treatment of psychiatric conditions, and, furthermore, medical conditions should be treated under the guidance of a medical professional. We at Mind by Design Counseling are not medical doctor’s and do not treat or oversee medical conditions or pain management treatment.

This content is for informational purposes only and clients should consult with their physician regarding their treatment options.

In addition to in-home ketamine therapy for many New Jersey clients during their dosing session, clients will receive ongoing individual therapy via telehealth to support their therapeutic journey. In short, this is an opportunity for Residents of New Jersey to access this safe and progressive treatment, right from home.

Due to the nature of the process of Ketamine Assisted Therapy, clients will be seen for at least 3 online therapy sessions prior to their dosing sessions. During this time, they will also be seen for a medical assessment via Journey Clinical Medical Team. Upon clearance from the medical team, clients will receive their prescription and schedule their prep and dosing session with their therapist. this process has been created in flowing steps to ensure that clients are confident and comfortable in their treatment plan.

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Couples Ketamine Therapy

For couples stuck in a rut, ketamine therapy offers a beacon of hope, a chance to break free from longstanding gridlocks, and embrace rapid growth and healing.

 

 

Ketamine Assisted Couples Therapy opens doors to profound insights, fostering a unique depth of connection and openness between partners. Disrupt negative relationship patterns,  eliminate gridlock, & enhance emotional and sexual intimacy in your partnership.

Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy For...

Trauma & KAP

Although traditional trauma therapy has been helpful to many, and remain to be a viable resource and treatment, ketamine therapy is proving its efficacy, safety and reliability as a treatment support for PTSD, anxiety, depression and other mental health challenges.

OCD & KAP​

Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy has shown considerable promise in reducing symptoms of OCD. Studies have explored the use of KAP as a treatment for OCD. For instance, a study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders in 2016 found that KAP was effective in reducing symptoms of OCD in individuals with treatment-resistant OCD. 

DEPRESSION & KAP

In particular, Ketamine assisted psychotherapy has been known for the positive results seen in the treatment of PTSD and depression. Because of these positive results, studies continue to expand. What’s more is the numerous studies that have shown a rapid reduction in depressive symptoms, often noticeable within hours of the initial treatment session. Additionally, a 2018 study published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research found that KAP was effective in reducing symptoms of depression in individuals with treatment-resistant depression. Moreover, out of the 99 participants who underwent a series of KAP sessions, an impressive 70% reported experiencing a significant reduction in depressive symptoms within just 24 hours of the first session. 

Anxiety & KAP

In addition to efficacy in treatment for OCD and PTSD, ketamine assisted psychotherapy has demonstrated promising results in reducing symptoms of anxiety, particularly in individuals with treatment-resistant anxiety disorders, often evident within hours of the initial session.

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Meet Your Ketamine Assisted
Psychotherapy Provider

In addition to the convenience of online therapy, we understand that importance of knowing who you will be working with on this journey. Therefore, we encourage you to get to know Rebecca Sidoti; our Ketamine Provider, LCSW and the owner of Mind by Design Counseling. In addition to advanced clinical work, Rebecca is engaged in various pilot programs that explore alternative treatments for mental health, including Virtual Reality Therapy. Rebecca is a compassionate therapist who creates a safe, accepting and empowering environment.

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FAQ's about
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

Can Anyone Benefit from Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy?

KAP has shown promise for individuals with treatment-resistant depression and certain anxiety disorders. However, its efficacy can vary from person to person.

What Can Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy Help to Treat??

Ketamine has shown promise in treating various mental health conditions, including PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Phobias and OCD. As Ketamine therapy providers, we offer this service to help clients break cycles of thinking traps that lead to compulsive behaviors.

Is KAP the same as Ketamine infusions?

KAP is a therapeutic approach that combines the use of ketamine with psychotherapy. Our Process of providing ketamine assisted psychotherapy is different from ketamine infusions, which are typically administered without the accompanying psychotherapy. Our partnership with Journey Clinical provides patients with lozenges for self-administering their Ketamine dose prescribed by the Journey Clinical provider. 

Is Ketamine Addictive?

While ketamine has the potential for misuse, when used in a controlled medical setting for therapeutic purposes, the risk of addiction is considered low according to medical researchers

What Neurotransmitters are effected by Ketamine?

Ketamine works by blocking NMDA receptors in the brain, which can lead to an increase in the release of certain neurotransmitters. This can result in rapid antidepressant effects

How does ketamine compare to other psychedelic medicines?

Ketamine is unique in its rapid antidepressant effects and mechanism of action. Other psychedelics, like psilocybin, have different mechanisms and therapeutic potentials.

How often would KAP be needed?

The frequency of KAP sessions would depend on the individual’s response to treatment and the medical provider’s recommendations.

What medical conditions might disqualify someone from KAP?

Certain medical conditions, such as uncontrolled hypertension or a history of psychosis, might be contraindications for KAP. See Our “Safety Measures” page for more information about the precautions that the medical team adheres to, along with other safety measure sin place. 

How many ketamine treatment sessions do clients need for KAP?

The number of sessions can vary based on individual needs and the specific protocol followed by the provider. For Full details, visit the “Our Process” page. Generally 2-3 sessions are held prior to a dosing session, and then integration sessions are held after a dosing session.  Depending on your treatment plan, there may be more or less number of sessions