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Introduction to Ketamine with Dr. Raquel Bennett

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Golden Gate University, Room 5215 and Online

536 Mission St

San Francisco, CA 94105

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This is a rare opportunity for all PSYCH students and professionals. Dr. Raquel Bennett will be discussing ketamine, a medicine that is primarily used as a surgical anesthetic, but which also has rapid-acting antidepressant properties. Her presentation will describe and compare different ways of working with therapeutic ketamine, including low-dose infusions, ketamine-facilitated psychotherapy, and psychedelic ketamine journeys. Dr. Bennett will also talk about which patients tend to benefit from ketamine treatment and who should not have it, and she will provide resources for finding clinicians who work with this unique medicine.

Dr. Bennett is a psychologist and a ketamine specialist. She primarily works with people who are living with severe depression, bipolar disorder, or suicidal ideation. Dr. Bennett has been studying the antidepressant effects of ketamine for over 15 years, and she lectures frequently on this topic. She is the founder of KRIYA Institute (www.kriyainstitute.com) and the organizer of the KRIYA Conferences, which is an annual and international event devoted to understanding the use of ketamine in psychiatry and psychotherapy. ​

Note: There will be no ZOOM access for this event. If you are ticketed for ZOOM video conference, please select in-person attendance or choose a different seminar.

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Golden Gate University, Room 5215 and Online

536 Mission St

San Francisco, CA 94105

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