About field trip health los angeles
Clients work with our LA team to create a personalized treatment plan designed to help them reach their desired outcomes through intention setting and ketamine exploration sessions – which are guided by our psychedelically-trained therapists. After Exploration, our treatment team will work with you to integrate the insights from your psychedelic experience into daily life, resulting in improved mental health and sustained wellbeing.
The space in Santa Monica has been carefully designed to promote healing and an ease of letting go. The space features a spacious floorplan, two beautiful recovery areas, and a moss wall that thematically connects our state-of-the-art psychedelic therapy center back to natural roots. On site parking is available.
Our Santa Monica treatment team specializes in developmental trauma, addiction & recovery, coping with grief, codependency, BIPOC, LGBTQ, ACoA, adoptees, immigration and intergenerational trauma, interracial and intercultural couples, intersectionality, anger management – along with services for survivors of intimate-partner violence and other forms of gendered-based trauma.
Our Health Center provides individual ketamine-assisted therapy and is pleased to offer group maintenance ketamine therapy sessions to LA clients. Our expert team of medical and mental health professionals at Field Trip will provide you with tools and support throughout your healing journey.
Our Los Angeles location is conveniently located one block away from both the 17th St/SMC metro station and the Santa Monica/20th bus stop.
We have a free gated parking lot with 15 spaces available at our location. Please use the gate code 8351.
Finding the health center
Enter in the address’ front door, walk to the second door on your right and up one flight of stairs. You’ll find our entrance on the second floor. Walk in the door to the left of the wooden Field Trip sign and our receptionist will be happy to assist you.
Wheelchair accessible by elevator.
Service animal friendly.
Please note that our Field Trip Health teams are only available during their staffing hours. As a result, our teams are not immediately available to handle emergency situations. If you require emergency assistance, please seek help immediately by calling ‘911’ or the United States National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.