We are thrilled to be part of a growing community of ketamine practitioners! We offer support for those looking to add ketamine to their practices, as well as consultation to current practitioners during any phase of their work.
Dr. Robert M Grant, MD, MPH
Consult with Dr. Grant about medical issues such as ketamine dose, dosing route (intramuscular, intravenous, sublingual), drug-drug interactions, indications, and contraindications. He can discuss medical and administrative issues that arise for physicians starting a ketamine practice.
Dr. Grant is a certified Internal Family Systems Therapist and teaches ketamine assisted IFS therapy. He is a member of the Board of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians. He completed a certificate in psychedelic assisted psychotherapy at CIIS in 2016, and trained in ketamine assisted psychotherapy at KRIYA in 2017. He serves as an investigator for an FDA-approved MDMA trial at UCSF and has assisted with FDA-approved psilocybin trials for people living with HIV. Dr. Grant is certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and HIV medicine.
Dr. Jessica Katzman, Psy.D.
Consult with Dr. Katzman about therapeutic issues such as utilizing KAP as a depth psychotherapy modality, thoughtful client preparation for KAP work, common integration challenges, transference and countertransference dilemmas, as well as any other case-specific issues that might arise for those working with KAP.
She is also happy to consult about administrative concerns for therapists working with ketamine or considering starting a practice, including documentation and paperwork, collaboration with medical providers, ethical and liability concerns, and structuring a KAP practice. She trained in ketamine assisted psychotherapy at KRIYA in 2017, and has presented on both administrative and therapeutic issues in KAP at both ASKP and KRIYA conferences.