Finally Find Relief With At-Home Ketamine Therapy

You can finally get the relief you need from treatment-resistant conditions like anxiety, depression, PTSD and substance abuse from the privacy and comfort of your own home. It’s possible with safe, effective at-home ketamine therapy.

Treating Difficult Conditions With At-Home Ketamine Therapy

How At-Home Ketamine Therapy Works

1. Take our online assessment in 3 minutes.
This thorough assessment will gauge if you're a good candidate for at-home ketamine treatments based on your current symptoms and treatment history. The assessment is completely confidential and secure.
2. Schedule your psychiatric evaluation - available within next 48 hours.
If you’re determined to be a good candidate you’ll meet with our certified clinician on a zoom call for a further assessment - appointments open within 48 hours. You'll also learn more about ketamine therapy. Once evaluated the clinician will e-prescribe sublingual ketamine troches that are delivered to your home.
3. Have your first at-home ketamine therapy experience in less than 10 days.
You will schedule your ketamine therapy session 7-10 after the medical consultation which allows time for the prescription to be delivered to your home. Our trained guides will sit with you on zoom call during the session. From there you'll start the introspective therapy that will last 1-2 hours.

Professional Medical Support At Home

The Choose Ketamine medical advisory team is made up of certified medical experts with experience in psychedelic medicine and psychiatry. The team is led by Choose Ketamine’s medical advisor Stephanie Lyn Coleman MD, MPH.

Dr. Coleman is a board-certified physician who completed her medical training at Upstate Medical University in New York. Her residency training was at Boston Medical Center, and fellowship training followed at Beth Israel Deaconess Harvard Hospital.

Focusing on mental health and personal development are key to overall wellness and are heavily influential on physical health. Through her continued training and research, Dr. Coleman has become an advocate for psychedelic medicine in conjunction with the appropriate support system when treating certain mental health disorders.

Stephanie Lyn Coleman MD, MPH.

How much it costs

Risk-Free Clinical Assessment and Affordable Plans

Clients pay a $50 refundable deposit to meet with our clinician for an online assessment. The $50 deposit will be refunded if you or the physician decide it’s best not to go ahead with the treatment. If you’re fully approved for this treatment by the clinician, the balance is just $173 per treatment.

We created our introductory plan to be completely risk-free. We are confident that you will be happy with the treatment, however if at any point you do not wish to continue with the program then we will refund you 100%.

“Working with the team at Choose Ketamine has been a blessing. They are focused on patient care and it shows. If you have questions or are looking for relief I would recommend giving them a call.”
Paul W.
“Ketamine is a miracle! My sister has been suffering from Major Depression and Anxiety for more than 4 years. We felt like we had tried everything. Ketamine is starting to give us our life back.”
JESS g.

Commonly Asked Questions

What is Choose Ketamine?
Choose Ketamine is a team of mental health specialists based out of Austin, Texas that provides virtual consultations and therapy sessions. When other treatments have failed to work, we give people in need access to ketamine assisted psychotherapy. Choose Ketamine's mission is to empower people to regain their happiness through ketamine assisted therapy that is delivered in an equitable way.
What medicine do you offer?
Choose Ketamine's clinicians may prescribe ketamine assisted therapy for indications of depression or anxiety. Ketamine is a prescription medication that doctors can prescribe off-label to treat depression, anxiety, chronic pain, PTSD, OCD, and other mental health-related conditions.

Ketamine is an FDA approved drug used in the hospital daily. Over the last 50 years, doctors have discovered multiple uses for ketamine in mental health conditions. In fact, the evidence is so strong the American Psychiatric Association put out a statement saying that the antidepressant effects of ketamine are both rapid and robust.
How does at-home ketamine therapy work?
At-home ketamine therapy begins with an online assessment and video consultation with a psychiatric nurse practitioner. If our medical team determines you’re a fit for this kind of therapy you'll be prescribed oral ketamine and schedule your first virtual appointment. During the initial appointment you'll prepare with your therapy guide and undergo your first ketamine treatment. 

Based on your response, the medical team will provide a personalized plan for your follow up sessions. Throughout your treatment, you'll use Choose Ketamine's online platform to help prepare for your sessions, explore your inner mind and integrate your experiences into your daily life.
What happens during a ketamine therapy session?
Ketamine has a dissociative effect. This means that it creates a separation of mind and body, also commonly referred to as an out of body experience.  While ketamine is not a true psychedelic, it does have psychedelic properties and creates an altered state of consciousness, allowing the mind to be outside of its normal waking status. In this state, the mind can access subconscious information.

Ketamine is a powerful disruptor of limiting beliefs around ourselves and our world, allowing one to see themselves truly without all the labels and limitations. It often creates a euphoric feeling for people and many people report having a sense of oneness and connectedness to others and to something bigger than themselves. Ketamine can also allow people to revisit times or memories of trauma and reconsolidate the memories around those events in a less painful, fearful or traumatic way.
Who is a good candidate for ketamine therapy?
Choose Ketamine was created for anyone seeking to take control over their anxiety or depression. Whether you're looking to enhance your current treatments or other treatments haven’t provided relief, Choose Ketamine can help develop a treatment plan specifically for you.

Although many people are good candidates, ketamine assisted therapy isn't for everyone. Choose Ketamine always puts the patient's health first and treatment decisions are made at our clinician’s discretion.
Are Choose Ketamine's clinicians licensed?
Yes, Choose Ketamine's clinicians are licensed by the relevant governing professional board or organization in the states where they practice.

Learn more about our Choose Ketamine's medical team.
Is at-home ketamine therapy covered by insurance?
Unfortunately, generic ketamine isn't typically covered by insurance. While ketamine is being used successfully to treat mental health conditions for more than 20 years this wasn't its original use case. Ketamine was originally approved by the FDA in 1970 as an anesthetic. For mental health conditions, it's being prescribed "off label" which is why insurance companies don't typically provide coverage. Some insurance companies may provide some reimbursements for the treatments - we recommend speaking with your insurance provider first.

Choose Ketamine is the most affordable at-home ketamine provider with multiple payment plan options. We do what we can to meet our clients in their current financial circumstances.
What Is ketamine and is it safe?
Ketamine is a legal medication, originally used for anesthesia. It was developed in the 1960s and was commonly used in the Vietnam war because it could be used in the field safely and effectively.  Ketamine does not suppress the respiratory drive or paralyze muscles the way other anesthetics do, and its dissociative properties provide for rapid pain relief.  

Ketamine has been used in mental health for more than 20 years, and as a result we know the medicine itself is extremely safe for most individuals. Ketamine is FDA approved for anesthesia and treating depression. It’s also used as an off-label medication for pain and a variety of mental health conditions.  

Recently, the FDA approved a specific form of intranasal ketamine to be used for the indication of treatment resistant depression (TRD). TRD does not have an agreed upon definition but typically refers to people who have had an inadequate response from at least two antidepressant medications. Using this definition, TRD is relatively common given that 50% or more of patients do not achieve an adequate response following antidepressant therapy. 
Can I continue taking antidepressants while undergoing ketamine therapy?
Yes. Ketamine can be used safely with many antidepressant medications. Always discuss medication plans with your primary physician to determine if any adverse effects may be possible. You can also discuss your options with the clinical team at Choose Ketamine.