top of page

Why Treat Attachment Issues With Ketamine?

Ketamine can be effective in treating attachment wounds for several reasons.

First, it promotes neuroplasticity, which helps reorganize and form new connections in the brain. Attachment wounds can affect the brain's connectivity related to social bonding and emotions, and ketamine can support rewiring these neural pathways.

Second, Ketamine induces altered states of consciousness where individuals can access deep emotions and memories related to attachment wounds. This allows for processing and integration of these experiences, leading to healing.

Third, Ketamine enhances emotional processing, enabling individuals to approach difficult emotions and memories with clarity and reduced reactivity. This is valuable in addressing the painful and conflicting emotions associated with attachment wounds.

Additionally, Ketamine reduces fear responses and anxiety, which are often present in attachment wounds. By reducing fear, it creates a safer environment for exploring and resolving attachment-related challenges.

Lastly, Ketamine-assisted therapy strengthens the therapeutic alliance between the client and the therapist. The altered state of consciousness induced by ketamine can enhance the sense of safety, trust, and connection, which are crucial for the healing of attachment wounds.

It's important to seek Ketamine-assisted therapy from qualified professionals experienced in this area. This treatment should be part of a comprehensive plan that includes proper assessment, integration of experiences, and follow-up care. While ketamine shows promising results, individual responses and outcomes may vary.

I offer Ketamine and Cannabis assisted therapy using a somatic and interactive model that supports and addresses transference patters. Transference is rooted in early attachment patterns and experiences, as well as past traumas or significant relationships that have influenced the person's emotional and relational development. These dynamics unconsciously influence the person's perceptions, emotions, and behavior in all relationships.

#Ketaminetherapy #Psychedelictherapyforattachmentwounds #traumaandattachmentwounds


7 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All