Sharon is an accomplished realtor in San Diego who secretly suffered for 23 years with crippling panic attacks, anxiety, and depression that started when she was a young child. Sharon had mastered the art of coexisting with her panic attacks, anxiety, and depression, but then one day life threw her a curveball with the tragic loss of her mother. Sharon’s battle intensified, and despite over a decade in and out of therapy sessions and on various medications, she struggled to find the ray of hope and strength she so desperately needed.
As she shared her struggles with me, she also felt a new sense of hope that somehow our Mind–Body–Spirit Transformation Program could help her. As we gathered data to understand if she would be a good fit for this program, we discovered, in addition to her history of trauma, other additional causes for her conditions that were rooted in environmental chemical toxins as well. Sharon discovered she had toxic mold in her body and a chronic H. Pylori infection in her gut which can be a common cause of panic attacks and anxiety. Sharon was relieved to finally find some answers and she was ready to try some different approaches to also address her unresolved trauma. She knew that she was still suffering the trauma of the tragic loss of her mother, even with all her therapy over the last 10 years.
That’s when I asked Sharon what she knew about Ketamine Assisted Neurological Repatterning (KANR).
While the iconic psychedelic trio of psilocybin, MDMA, and LSD might steal the show for their promising clinical results for depression, PTSD, anxiety, and emotional and trauma-healing transformation, ketamine is now also riding the psychedelic wave and redefining the landscape of mental health treatments for depression, PTSD, and beyond.