Collaborate with Isha Health

Isha Health equips licensed psychotherapists like you with all the necessary tools to incorporate Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) into your existing practice, complementing psychotherapy.


How Our Collaborative Care Model Works

Isha Health community is a mutual referral network among psychotherapists who are trained in KAP. Isha’s in-house medical team takes on patient eligibility, prescriptions, and outcome monitoring, while our collaborating psychotherapists take on the therapy.

As part of our collaborative model, you’ll have access to our online community of providers, where we provide educational materials and opportunities to discuss psychedelic-assisted therapy. There is no cost to you to collaborate with us and join our community.

Not trained in KAP yet?
We still would love to speak with you! We have resources for psychotherapists who are interested in learning more about KAP. Please sign up from the form so we can discuss!

1. Access to Expert Medical Team

Gain access to our top-tier, KAP-specialized medical team for patient referrals, determining eligibility, prescribing ketamine, and tracking treatment outcomes. Our smartphone application consistently monitors patients' emotional state, symptoms (utilizing recognized scales like PHQ-9 and GAD-7), and their reaction to the ketamine therapy.

2. Peer Network

Join our vibrant network of professionals through consultation groups, workshops, and continuous chances for networking and collaboration.

3. Extensive Support Resources

We offer a wide array of educational resources and tools to assist in integrating KAP into your practice.


Why Partner With Us?

In the realm of mental health care, many patients might find only partial relief even after months of conventional medications or talk therapy. This is where the potential of ketamine therapy shines.

Research shows that ketamine can bolster traditional treatments, leading to enhanced patient well-being.

At Isha Health, we provide secure and user-friendly at-home ketamine treatments, complementing existing medication management or psychotherapy. We primarily focus on conditions such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD.


How Isha Health Treatment Work

1. Safety Measures

Our commitment to patient safety is manifested in the following ways:

・Prescribing a controlled quantity of ketamine doses during each consultation.
・Ensuring a trusted individual is on-site for every ketamine session.
・Regularly monitoring mental responses, symptom alleviation, and potential side effects.

2. Professional Support

At Isha Health, all patients are highly encouraged to engage in psychotherapy with a KAP trained therapist to amplify the physiological benefits of ketamine, including increased neuroplasticity.

3. Personalized Care

Patients meet with their licensed clinicians monthly. We adjust their ketamine dosage to strike a balance between optimal symptom alleviation and minimal adverse reactions. Ketamine can be combined with the majority of traditional psychiatric medications. Over 80% of our patients witness significant imporvement in symptoms after an initial sequence of 8 sessions, whereas some find sustained treatments over an extended period beneficial, often at a decreased frequency (for instance, monthly or bi-monthly).

4. Effortless Integrated Care

We ensure that your patient, their Isha Health clinician, and you, their referring provider, are all working together toward the same treatment goals.


Join Our community

Whether you're an individual practitioner or part of a group therapy team, Isha Health helps you enhance your practice with KAP safely and successfully. By joining our community, you can:

  1. Incorporate a clinically proven, innovative treatment method into your practice.
  2. Boost client outcomes through a collaborative, patient-focused care model.
  3. Achieve your business objectives with continuous professional growth and new revenue prospects.

Please complete the form below, and a representative from Isha Health will contact you with further instructions.

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