ABOUT FIELD TRIP HEALTH SAN DIEGO
Field Trip Health San Diego is a unique medical space, with high ceilings showing exposed beams, with lots of natural light and beautiful greenery and a full all-natural moss wall, firmly connecting our space to natural roots and plant life. Our space is in the heart of beautiful La Jolla, nestled in tall pines across the street from UCSD campus and Veterans Affairs (UCSD), with less than a ten minute drive to the Pacific Ocean.
Our San Diego treatment team specializes in trauma work, ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), relationship issues, existential/end of life issues, addiction and recovery work to help augment any ketamine therapy journey with a myriad of tools.
Our San Diego clinic provides individual ketamine-assisted therapy – and is pleased to offer group maintenance ketamine therapy sessions. We're proud to work closely with our Veteran population and their families.
Our clients work with our San Diego team to create a personalized treatment plan designed to help reach their desired outcomes. Intention setting is an important part of this process, helping clients enter an engaged mindset prior to treatment. In our Ketamine Exploration sessions, the medicine helps clients break negative thought patterns and access healing that was previously inaccessible. After Exploration, our psychedelically-trained therapists work with you to integrate the insights from your treatment experience into daily life, resulting in improved mental health and sustained wellbeing.
Finding the health center
Our San Diego clinic is conveniently located adjacent to UC San Diego, directly off the 5 freeway and La Jolla Village Drive. After exiting the 5 at La Jolla Village Drive, head west and turn left onto Village La Jolla Drive. Turn right into our under-building parking structure (building is called The Campus). Head toward the back of the parking structure to Building C. You can take any of the elevators or stairs to reach Suite C227 on the second floor.
Wheelchair accessible by elevator.
Washroom is wheelchair accessible.
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.