May 7, 2024

How to Make The Most Of Your Ketamine Therapy Experience


Ketamine is a powerful medication that can help people with depression, PTSD, and other mental health conditions. But the integration part of ketamine therapy is just as important as the medicine itself. That's why we're going to walk you through the different parts of the ketamine therapy experience so that you get the most out of your treatment sessions.

What to do before ketamine therapy

As you prepare for your ketamine therapy experience, there are several things you can do to help prepare your mind and body.

What to do during ketamine therapy

What to do after ketamine therapy

Once you've had a session, it's important to integrate your experience into your life. Here are some tips:

Ketamine therapy integration

You'll feel better after you know how to integrate your experience with ketamine into your life.

Integration is the act of taking what you've learned in a therapeutic setting and applying it to your life. It can be difficult to do this on your own, but there are some things you can do that will help improve your chances of integrating successfully.


The best way to make the most of your ketamine therapy experience is by preparing for it. This includes setting intentions, clearing your mind and choosing music that will help you relax. You can also meditate or do breathwork before your session so that you're more relaxed when it starts. Afterward, try to integrate what happened into your daily life so that it feels like part of who you are rather than just a fleeting experience. This can be done by writing in your journal, practicing self-care and paying attention to how the therapy affects you physically and emotionally.


This blog is not medical advice or therapeutic advice but general knowledge to help you get the most out of your experiences with psychedelic therapy. At-home psychedelic therapy sessions with generic ketamine may be prescribed "off-label" for suitable candidates as an alternative pathway. Over the last two decades, research suggests that ketamine may be able to safely and effectively improve many treatment-resistant conditions. A form of ketamine, Esketamine (Spravato), is an FDA-approved medication for depression. Spravato treatments are only available in-person in our office. Our at-home programs include therapeutic guidance, safety protocols, breathwork, virtual treatment preparation and 1-on-1 integration coaching to get the most out of your sessions.