Clinic InfoAbout your Clinic:
Daytryp Health utilizes only legal psychedelic medicines combined with psychotherapy in a calm, serene and upscale environment. Currently, Daytryp Health offers Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) and will be offering other psychedelic medicines as they become approved for treatment.
To revolutionize the treatment of chronic mental health and pain conditions, and to make the experience of life more positive, joyful and meaningful with the intentional and careful use of psychedelic medicines. We are here to Change Your Mind.
To provide safe and effective psychedelic therapy to those in need, especially those left behind by traditional methods of treatment. We seek to help the members of our community reset, refocus, and unleash new possibilities, while raising awareness and educating the world on the benefits of psychedelic medicines.
Reasons to Believe
The science is there and it's impressive. Psychedelic Assisted Treatment delivers real results, helping many conditions that are ‘treatment-resistant,’ including depression, anxiety, substance abuse/addiction and PTSD. We know the science, and we know it works. The only ‘experimenting’ you do with Daytryp Health is seeing just how many ways it can unlock new levels of joy for you in your life!
This changes everything. Daytryp Health’s methods help to change your life by unlocking the underlying memories and feelings that hold you back and prevent you from healing completely. Our therapeutic approach subdues the ego and helps you unleash your own potential to unlock a new way of feeling and being complete.
You've found us for a reason. Are you “stuck” in place or running through the same patterns again and again? Daytryp Health’s approach will remove that inertia and take you on a journey to wellness and help recreate new patterns of positivity and spiritual enlightenment. We help to set your intentions and start on a new path in a setting focused on the positive… focused on the JOY in life.
Visit www.daytryp.com for more information.Description of Services:
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) - Intramuscular, IV infusions, troche (sublingual).Practitioners:
Ajona Olsen, MSN, APRN, ANP-CSupporting Team:
Robyn Roope, RN, BSN
Quinn Snyder, MD, FACEP
Rudy Montijo, MS, LASAC
DetailsFounder(s) / CEO: Chris CohnRemote/Online: NoPrice Range: $395-$5200Specializing In: Addiction, Alcoholism, Anxiety, CHRONIC PAIN, Depression, Eating Disorders, Integration, Ketamine, Migraines, Psychedelic Integration, PTSD, Substance Abuse, Suicidal Ideation, and Trauma
Our ProcessOverview of Experience:
During our initial consult meeting, we discuss logistics and provide our patients with pre and post ketamine therapy recommendations, integration tips, and a small journal to ensure they are as prepared as possible for their journey.
For all ketamine sessions, we start by taking blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen saturation. We also provide Zofran, an anti-nausea medication. This ensures the patient does not risk experiencing nausea, which could negatively affect their journey.
Music is an integral piece for KAP so we provide suggested playlists. However, patient are free to use music of their choosing. Eye masks are also provided.
We open the session with a “prayer” for the patient and the ketamine molecule. We may discuss intentions at that time. If a client would like to set up their own altar or bring items that are special to them, to assist with their journey, this is all welcomed. We make this a very sacred experience.
Once in the medicine, we monitor respirations and assess for tolerability. We keep them safe and are available for any assistance, if needed. We are dutifully mindful to be supportive but not interfere with the client’s journey.
Once out of the medicine, we assist patients with using the restroom if needed and provide tea along with small organic bites. Once they are able to verbalize about their journey, we act as a scribe, using their journal. We feel this is important as details from their ketamine experience can be fleeting. We find that during this process, valuable insights are made. If the client finds their experience difficult to describe, we may ask questions but this is not a “therapy” session.
After the patient feels they’ve sufficiently processed, we close the session, again with a “prayer” to the client and the ketamine molecule, asking that they continue to work together in the client’s healing journey.
One final post KAP vitals reading, with the session ending when the patient is able to walk and tolerate food and fluids.Intake Process:
Patients are asked a series of simple questions to ensure they meet the medical requirements for ketamine approval. Upon approval, they will be required to fill out a medical intake questionnaire to assist the practitioner in learning about their medical history and reasons for seeking treatment.Psychedelic Substance Offered: