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Group Ketamine Assisted Therapy at Illumma: Affordable Healing

Learn about Group Ketamine Assisted Therapy (Group KAT) at Illumma. Discover the benefits, process, and why it’s an affordable and effective healing option.

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Maximize your personal growth journey with the potent synergy of group psychedelic therapy. Deep and lasting transformations are facilitated through meaningful connections among cohort members, fostering accountability, witnessing each other’s experiences, and reflecting inner wisdom and self-healing.

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is an anesthetic medication that has been used during surgery and outpatient procedures for decades. When ketamine is administered in a low dose, however, it has a different impact. It can help reduce symptoms related to psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD, which can help improve how we interact with our world.

Though ketamine is approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it’s used off-label to treat these conditions. Off-label simply means that the medication is used for something other than the reason it was approved. Though that sounds ominous, off-label use is quite common and legal.

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Subanesthetic doses of ketamine may be used for:

Benefits of Group Ketamine Assisted Therapy:

In Group Ketamine Assisted Therapy, you’ll find not only the healing you seek but also the support, understanding, and encouragement you need to navigate the path toward a brighter and more fulfilling future. Join us on this transformative journey and experience the power of community and ketamine-assisted healing.

Group KAT Process

Embark on the transformative journey of Group Ketamine Assisted Therapy (Group KAT) at Illumma. Our program is designed for rapid personal growth and lasting transformation in a supportive community.

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The Group KAT process at Illumma is your opportunity for rapid personal growth and transformative healing within a supportive community.

Our Group Therapists

Laura is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist-Supervisor. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts in Counseling from St. Edward’s University. She has undergone ketamine training with Fluence and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy certification with PRATI. Laura practices from a holistic perspective and believes that healing occurs when clients understand how their experiences have impacted their minds and body and are able to become more fully integrated. She has seen that ketamine is an excellent tool for aiding this process. She believes in each person’s inner healing capacity and feels honored to be a participant with those on this journey.

Laura Evans M.A., LMFT-S

Jordon holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography from Texas State University and a Masters in Counseling from St. Edward’s University with a focus on Marriage and Family Therapy. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate. He is also training with the Multi-disciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies to do MDMA Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD, which is in the final stages of FDA approval. Jordon is personally experienced with various psychedelic medicines, including ketamine, as well as spontaneous transcendent experiences. He has also worked with a diverse group of shamans and medicine practitioners. He practices Bikram Yoga, meditation, running, and extended plunges in freezing water.

Jordon Stanford LMFT-A

Shannon is a licensed psychologist who works with people from a variety of different backgrounds and across a broad range of human experiences. She has completed the PRATI psychedelic-assisted therapy certification training program. In her work, Shannon has found that ketamine can be a potent tool for facilitating self-exploration and an invitation to unlock your inner healer. She believes her role in this process is to act as the guide or facilitator of this journey. As a therapist, Shannon feels grateful to help clients along their journeys and share their experiences. Overall, she works from a humanistic, holistic, and integrative perspective. She sees how we all exist and grow in the context of our relationships — with ourselves, our loved ones, and the world around us. She views therapy as a collaborative process centered around your preferences and goals as the client. Shannon will share many different strategies to help you in your process, including strength-based interventions, cognitive-behavioral techniques, and mindfulness practices. Her approach is warm and relational; she will be curious and compassionate as she helps you share your story and develop greater awareness to encourage your self-healing process. Therapy works best when you have an authentic relationship with your therapist. It’s Shannon’s goal to create a safe, affirming, and collaborative space for you so you can identify and move towards what you want in life. She welcomes you to bring your identities, cultures, and rituals into your work together.

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Marci loves being a psychedelic therapist– like, a lot. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and earned her BS in Psychology from Texas State University, her MS in Counseling from Southern Methodist University. She also completed the Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy certification through PRATI. Marci thinks the integration of psychedelics with psychotherapy is a science and also an art form. She holds equal parts respect for the neuroscience behind this medicinal use, as well as a deep reverence for the symbols, emotions, and depth that come from a psychedelic experience. Working with Marci means working with the whole self– mind, body, and spirit. She intentionally brings a down-to-earth and caring presence to her sessions. When not working, Marci is happiest in the sunshine, well-fed, or playing with her kitty and dog.

Marci Jacobs, M.S. LPC

Why You May Feel "Worse" During Your Ketamine Series

Your transformative journey begins with Group Ketamine Assisted Therapy at Illumma. We’re here to support your healing and personal growth. Take the next step by scheduling a call with our team and discover the potential within you.

Together, let's unlock your inner healer and reclaim your best self.