Experience yourself in a new way

Our immersive ketamine-assisted psychotherapy program supports your emotional health and personal growth.

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We believe in you

You may be feeling lonely, disconnected, or lost - all of which can be signs of depression or past trauma. No matter what you are going through, we believe in every person’s intrinsic ability to heal. At times, a catalyst is needed to access your healing or breakthrough in your journey. Field Trip’s combination of medically administered ketamine with integrative therapy may be the catalyst you need.

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Improvements in symptoms

Our clients* report sustained improvements in their symptoms after their ketamine-assisted psychotherapy treatments:

Anxiety

Depression

Immediately after treatment

1 month after treatment

Anxiety

Immediately after treatment

1 month after treatment

Depression

Immediately after treatment

1 month after treatment

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*% of Field Trip clients with moderate to severe symptoms reporting improvements in symptoms after treatment who responded to Field Trip’s post-treatment questionnaire. Disclaimer: Ketamine is not for everyone and results may vary. Please consult a physician or other medical professional before commencing treatment.

Others have found their healing journey at Field Trip


Field Trip Health stuck out to me for several reasons. The [clinic] didn’t feel clinical, and it had a retreat-like vibe to it that really resonated with me… The fact that the staff was so warm and professional definitely helped. They explained everything step-by-step, with full disclosure from the beginning. The process itself was inviting as well, thanks to items like weighted blankets, headphones, eyeshades, and a “state of the art” reclining chair.

Kristine

Kristine

New Haven, CT


The experience I had at the clinic was profound. The treatment is medically supervised. You go into a room, relax in a recliner, and you are led through a guided meditation while you wait for the ketamine to take effect. The whole process is designed to put you in a good headspace before your exploration. Even though I was apprehensive and nervous going into the treatments, I felt incredibly relaxed, calm, and at peace when I came out of the treatments an hour or so later.

Mark

Mark

Toronto, ON


As I continued the sessions, they led to some life-changing realizations about myself, my thought patterns, and my coping mechanisms. It was also there that I learned I had been masking my own symptoms and that I had a compulsive need to make sure everyone around me was okay. The therapy allowed me to understand and manage my anxieties for the first time in years.

Seth

Seth

Chicago, IL


It was like I was born with a new brain after going through those sessions. I never thought I would feel this way in my lifetime, and that I would be able to so effortlessly think and feel the way I finally do about myself. Through the therapy I realized that I’ve always put everyone else ahead, caring first for those around me. But I had always been unable to care for myself in the same way. Until now.

Janine

Janine

Toronto, ON


I think the biggest breakthrough and most impactful thing is the integration 24 hours later with your psychotherapist while you’re still in the residual effect of the ketamine, which actually gets you to look at your trauma while you’re disassociated from it…I still go through good days and bad days, but now I just have more tools in my toolbox to be able to cope.

Bruno

Bruno

Vancouver, BC


I cannot emphasize how significant it is that after nearly 20 years I am off the SSRIs. Yes, I still deal with my symptoms of depression and anxiety, but the fact that they are no longer overwhelming says a lot. There’s a good chance that at some point I may return to Field Trip for maintenance treatment, but for now, I finally feel unblocked. Unblocked in my art, unblocked in my creativity, and unblocked with my mental health.

Shay

Shay

Toronto, ON


The effects from my journey lasted a long, long time and now I’m thinking about booking another session to continue my healing process. Knowing what I know now, I honestly believe that ketamine-assisted therapy can benefit a lot of people—not just veterans.

Angel

Angel

Santa Monica, CA


During my sessions, I was able to come to some pretty big realizations about my life…I was finally able to tap into my own mental health and well-being. Yes, there were tears and big emotions, but I was finally facing my true self for the first time…Following my therapy, I could finally tell the difference between how I felt and how I should feel.

Ali

Ali

Chicago, IL


Not all of my “trips” were that impactful. I did have one session where I went in and nothing happened at all—I woke up within a few minutes. But overall, the course of treatment was a great experience that taught me to go in with a question and come out with an answer. Now that I feel more confident about what to expect, I’m gearing up to do another session.

Patrick

Patrick

Toronto, ON


I have sought various treatments in the past for my PTSD, but none of them have helped me nearly as much as Ketamine Assisted Therapy. After six sessions my general anxiety and depression have subsided, and I’m much happier… These days I’m feeling positive and optimistic.

Grant

Grant

Fredericton, NB

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Our answer to a global mental health crisis

The world is experiencing a mental health crisis that is hurting families, communities, and workplaces. People are feeling more disconnected than ever. For many, conventional treatments don’t provide relief or long lasting results. Field Trip Health was created to help address this issue. We embrace a bio-medical-psycho-social-spiritual approach to healing that is anchored in trauma-informed care, self-empowerment, and connection with others and yourself.

We help our patients discover:

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Meet Our Health Professionals

Each of our Field Trip Health centers are supported by a team of approachable, compassionate and experienced doctors and healthcare professionals. We meet you where you are, and help you get to where you want to be.

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Dr. Matthew W. Johnson

Dr. Matthew W. Johnson

Advisor

Dr. Matthew W. Johnson, Ph.D., Professor at Johns Hopkins University, is an expert on psychedelics, other psychoactive drugs, and addiction. Dr. Johnson has published 119 scientific manuscripts, including 47 manuscripts focused on psychedelics. He has conducted research with psychedelics since 2004, and has conducted experimental research in psychopharmacology since 1996.

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Sabina Pillai

Sabina Pillai

Lead Psychotherapist
Toronto

Sabina Pillai is a Registered Psychotherapist with an M.A. in Clinical and Counselling Psychology from the University of Toronto. She has spent many years working as a psychotherapist in private clinics and as a researcher and facilitator in mindfulness meditation. She is passionate and knowledgeable about the value psychedelics can bring to clients' lives. Her warm, non-judgemental approach has helped her clients overcome challenges and reach their full potential as human beings.

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Dr. Michael Verbora

Dr. Michael Verbora

Medical director

Dr. Michael Verbora earned an MBA from the Odette School of Business in 2009 and an M.D. from Schulich School of Medicine at Western University in 2013 before entering Family Practice residency at the University of Toronto. He has worked as a leading physician in several clinics and is passionate about furthering knowledge on inner healing intelligence.

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Martha Kezemedis

Martha Kezemedis

Psychotherapist
Vancouver

Martha Kezemidis is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). Martha is also a Certified Hypnotherapist with the National Guild of Hypnotists, as well as a Certified Yoga Teacher. Her psychotherapeutic approach has a foundation of mindfulness and compassion.

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Dr. David Erritzoe

Dr. David Erritzoe

Advisor

David Erritzoe is Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant Psychiatrist at Imperial College London and in CNWL Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. David conducts psychopharmacological research and uses brain imaging techniques such as PET, MRI and EEG to investigate the neurobiology of mental illness. As Clinical Director in the Centre for Psychedelic Research, he investigates mechanisms and therapeutic potential of classic psychedelics and ketamine (trials in depression, OCD, and anorexia nervosa). In early 2021 David also set up a new NHS-based psychopharmacology & psychedelic research clinic at St Charles Hospital in London, named the CIPPRes Clinic.

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Dr. Sidney Kennedy

Dr. Sidney Kennedy

Field Trip Medical Advisor

Dr. Sidney H. Kennedy is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, the Arthur Sommer Rotenberg Chair in Suicide and Depression Studies, and a Scientist at Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute and Toronto Western Research Institute, Toronto, Canada. Dr. Kennedy is the lead investigator for a large depression biomarker initiative. He has published extensively on new drug evaluation, neuroimaging and neurostimulation therapies, personality factors in depression, antidepressant effects on sexual function and treatment guidelines for Major Depressive Disorder and Bipolar Disorder.Dr. Kennedy is the Immediate Past President of the International Society for Affective Disorders, former President of the Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology, and the founding chair of the Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (CANMAT). He has published more than 350 peer reviewed publications and 11 books on depression and related topics.

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Dr. Ben Medrano

Dr. Ben Medrano

Senior Vice President
Flexible

Dr. Ben Medrano is a board-certified psychiatrist who completed his undergraduate education at Naropa University and the University of Colorado at Denver. He attended medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, followed by a residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City. His clinical practice is influenced by a lifelong interest in eastern psychology and complementary alternative medicine. These interests are further enhanced by his current fellowship at the Integrative Psychiatry Institute sponsored by the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

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Are you disappointed with the results from other therapies or medications? Is something blocking progress, but you’re not sure what? Find out if psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy is right for you.

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