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Ketamine-Assisted Therapy Center in Seattle

Field Trip Health provides safe and legal ketamine-assisted therapy in Seattle and offers relief to those struggling with treatment-resistant mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety and PTSD, through evidence-based and medically-supervised psychedelic-assisted therapies.

Field Trip’s ketamine-assisted therapy protocol combines ketamine therapy with follow up talk therapy sessions under the supervision of a dedicated team of medical and mental health professionals.

Knowing ketamine-assisted treatments can be intimidating, our Seattle Center was intentionally designed to be comfortable and facilitate healing. With our calming, spa-like spaces, and our expert team of medical and mental health professionals, the Field Trip experience provides you with the most support throughout your healing journey.

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1200 Westlake Ave N Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98109

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Call: 1-888-519-6016

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ABOUT FIELD TRIP HEALTH Seattle

Field Trip Health Seattle is a state-of-the-art clinic designed for client's ultimate comfort, safety and peak experience. All of the treatment rooms have large windows overlooking Lake Union with peaceful waterviews and vibrant city skylines, and synchronistic views of sea planes both departing and landing. Our center is spacious, with plenty of natural light and grounding nature-inspiried elements throughout.

Our Seattle treatment team is a group of compassionate and supportive staff providing individualized ketamine therapy experiences. We are trauma-informed and LGBTQIA-affirming, providing survivor-centered care.

Our Seattle clinic provides both individual ketamine-assisted therapy and group integration circles – and is pleased to offer group maintenance ketamine therapy sessions as well. We work closely with those recovering from workplace burnout, with an emphasis on people coming from large technology companies. We also offer dance/movement therapy, creative arts therapy, EMDR, Internal Family Systems, and existential therapy. Our expert team of medical and mental health professionals at Field Trip will provide you with tools and support throughout your healing journey.  
‍Our clients work with our Seattle 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.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Our Seattle location is conveniently located off of Westlake Ave N and Highland Dr. In the South Lake Union neighborhood. For easy transportation, bus line 40 has a stop directly in front of the building. Tucked in the Southwest corner of Lake Union, the AGC building has beautiful views of the water and neighboring marina (Freedom Boat Club).

Emergencies

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.

OUR Team

The Field Trip Seattle Team

Meet our team of experienced medical and mental health professionals.

Bridget Carnahan

Bridget Carnahan

Clinic Manager and Osteopathic Physician

Bridget Carnahan is a licensed Osteopathic Physician who specializes in holistic mental health care. Prior to becoming a physician, Bridget was a licensed homebirth midwife. She has been serving clients for more than 15 years to support their journeys through challenging life experiences. She has a passion for transformative processes and is committed to client-centered care that honors each person’s unique perspective. Bridget has completed specialized psychiatry training programs including an internship in Allopathic psychiatry and a fellowship in Integrative psychiatry. In addition, she has trained in Somatic Psychotherapy, Mind-Body Medicine, and Psychedelic Psychotherapy. She is certified in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) and has provided KAP in a private practice setting as well as with Field Trip. She has been with the Seattle Field Trip clinic since September 2021 and loves having the opportunity to witness healing and self-acceptance every day. She is inspired by the courage and beauty she sees in her clients.

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Lauren Milburn, LMHC, LCPC, BC-DMT

Lauren Milburn, LMHC, LCPC, BC-DMT

Lead Therapist & Dance/Movement Therapist

Lauren is a board-certified dance/movement therapist and licensed mental health counselor. After completing her Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Masters, Lauren gained clinical experience supporting survivors of trauma and individuals living with conditions across the spectrum of mental health concerns including chronic pain and chronic illness. Their approach is grounded in relational/cultural theory, pleasure activism, harm reduction, and disability justice principles. In sessions, Lauren invites deep listening to the body’s innate wisdom, resourcing the nervous system’s resilience to generate self-compassion, untangle harmful internalized patterns, and embrace creative and contemplative meaning-making practices. It is Lauren’s hope that by engaging healing processes held within relational webs of care, we can build the capacity to transform social conditions into sanctuary spaces and promote life-affirming reciprocity.

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Miaya Kilbarger

Miaya Kilbarger

Medical Office Administrator

Miaya comes from a background in Interior Design. She spent several years exploring design as a collaborative creative expression with long-term clients, as well as managing the associated furniture boutique. The interpersonal skills she gained encouraged her to explore new opportunities to help people in a deeper way. She moved to Seattle from Metro-Detroit in pursuit of knowledge in the psychedelic healing modality. She is passionate about the potential of psychedelic healing, and is eager to grow alongside the expanding support and research.

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