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Ketamine-Assisted Therapy Centre in Toronto

Field Trip Health provides safe and legal ketamine-assisted therapy in Toronto 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 Toronto Health 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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30 Duncan Street, Suite 400, Toronto, ON, M5V 2C3

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Call: 1-833-222-0084

Fax: 1-855-933-1211

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About Field Trip health toronto

Our clients work with our Toronto 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.

Our Toronto Health Center is located on 30 Duncan Street, in the heart of the entertainment district. The building was constructed in 1926 and much of the original charm remains in our facility. High ceilings, wood floors, and large windows adorn most rooms. A sun-filled reception area and lush moss wall greets guests into our beautifully designed, nature-inspired clinic, with a straight shot view of the CN tower present in the background and featuring an integration lounge that is comfortable and quiet.

Our Toronto clinic provides individual ketamine-assisted therapy – and is pleased to offer group maintenance ketamine therapy sessions. We're proud to work closely with our Canadian Veteran population.

In addition, we serve as an approved site by Health Canada to provide psychedelics-assisted therapy using psilocybin-assisted therapy and MDMA-assisted therapy for applicants of the Special Access Program (SAP). Eligible Canadians can email us at SAP@fieldtriphealth.com to begin the application process.

Public Transportation

Our centre for psychedelic therapies is conveniently located downtown just a 5 minute walk from both Osgoode and St. Andrew subway stations, and minutes from the King St West and Queen St West streetcar lines. Unfortunately, the clinic is not currently wheelchair accessible (requires five stair step-down to elevator).

parking

If you are driving, there is paid parking available a short walk away at 211 Adelaide St West. However, please make alternate travel arrangements on any day that you are undergoing ketamine therapy.

Accessibility

Service animal friendly.

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 Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 1-833-456-4566.

OUR Team

The Field Trip Toronto Team

Meet our team of experienced medical and mental health professionals.

Brian Fernandes

Brian Fernandes

Social worker

Brian Fernandes is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and has spent several years working to bring hope to some of the most marginalized communities in and around the Greater Toronto Area. Brian is also a reservist Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces, and currently serves as a Platoon Commander with the 48th Highlanders of Canada. Brian enjoys staying fit and loves to scuba dive and bike - it comes as no surprise that his coping skill of choice is to de-stress by going for a run. Brian's re-read books include novels such as "A Fine Balance" by Rohinton Mistry and "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hoseini. A proud Torontonian, his favourite view of the city is from the top of the parking garage at Sunnybrook Hospital which he affectionately calls the "Meeting Place". Brian is passionate about psychedelics and its potential to help individuals struggling with chronic issues. He believes that this alternative to traditional therapy may provide much needed solace for people that have not had success with more conventional treatment approaches.

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Catherine Kates

Catherine Kates

Registered Social Worker

I work to support you to feel safer and healthier in your environment, relationships and body. I am rooted in an anti-oppressive framework, that works to understand how your past experiences, may be impacting in the present, and explores the connection between our mind, body, and emotions. By building trust and deeply listening to your unique needs and experiences, I try and support you to meet your goals for therapy. I have worked extensively with children, youth and adults who have experienced complex trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, issues of self-worth, self-harm, and dissociation. As a trauma-informed yoga teacher, and Level 1 trained Sensorimotor psychotherapist, I engage the wisdom of the body and mindfulness based approaches to support healing and shift your experience. I try to support you to understand the physical and somatic elements of experience, and find ways to soothe, calm, and energise the body, and understand its story. As an Internal Family Systems (IFS) Trained therapist I also offer clients an opportunity to take a look at all the parts of self, how these parts of us have developed to protect us, and how to work with our own parts to heal young, wounded or hurt parts of ourselves. This can dramatically change our relationship to one’s self, replacing shame, self-loathing, and assumptions of guilt with compassionate acceptance, leading to a more fulfilling and integrated experience. I hope to support you to build deeper connections with yourself and others, and find ways to communicate in a loving and authentic way. Through collaboration with you, I try and create an environment that feels safe and inclusive. I help explore difficult thoughts and emotions, and offer strategies to feel more confident and in the present moment. I am currently completing the Psychadelic Assisted Therapy Year Long Certification with the Integrative Psychiatry Institute.

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Felicity Bannister

Felicity Bannister

Social Worker/Mindfulness Facilitator

Felicity is a Registered Social Worker (RSW) with 10 years of experience working in social agencies, corporate and community settings and in private practice. She has worked with adults and youth, and has extensive experience running groups and mindfulness meditation retreats. Her therapeutic approach is to help people realize their innate capacity to heal by addressing the whole person: the mental, physical and spiritual. She embraces a trauma sensitive mindfulness approach that focuses on somatic mind-body interventions, drawn upon evidence-based neuroscience, in a safe and relational environment. In addition to practicing more established therapeutic approaches, she is passionate about the potential for healing and personal growth using psychedelic medicine. Her training is based on profound experiences of hers own, which help her provide a safe setting and an understanding of this new terrain to help clients realize meaning and growth.

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Franklin Chavez

Franklin Chavez

Nurse Practitioner / Clinic Manager / Nurse Practitioner Supervisor in Canada

Franklin is a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner. His variety of experiences - from pediatrics, adult, geriatrics, to palliative care in an acute and community setting as a Registered Nurse, and most recently, as an Infection Prevention and Control Practitioner in the midst of the pandemic, are brought into Field Trip. Recognizing that there is no “one size fits all” treatment for mental health, he found Field Trip to be the place to contribute and make an impact on this global crisis.

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Jay Esguerra

Jay Esguerra

Nurse Practitioner

Jay Esguerra is a Nurse Practitioner (Primary Health Care). He completed his Masters in Nursing in 2021 and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2007, both at the University of Toronto. His nursing experience includes working with the Multi-Organ Transplant Program at the University Health Network and with Home & Community Care with Ontario Health. In addition to working with Field Trip, Jay's NP experience includes working in shelters with the homeless and refugee populations. Jay is a true believer that optimal mental health and spirituality can heal the body. Jay is excited to be part of Field Trip Health and hopes to increase awareness of the healing-potential of psychedelics.

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Jena Ledson

Jena Ledson

Registered Psychotherapist

Jena is a Registered Psychotherapist with extensive training and experience in the psychodynamic modality. Her thriving practice has included services in the areas of immigration law and reproductive medicine. Her current professional focus is the therapeutic application of psychedelics and related medicines. Jena believes that personal development and growth is possible, relevant, and revitalizing at any stage of life, and is dedicated to assisting her clients in overcoming challenges, restoring clarity, and reconnecting with meaning and purpose.

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Jessica Flaman

Jessica Flaman

Social Worker

Jessica holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Toronto, in addition to a graduate diploma in Art Therapy. She utilizes alternative and evidence-based practices in order to tailor each journey to her client's unique needs. Jessica has both lived and professional experience that have enabled her to gain knowledge and understanding of the impact of psychedelics on mental health and well-being, and has been actively engaged in the psychedelic research community since 2017.

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Judy Zhu

Judy Zhu

Registered Practical Nurse

Judy is a Registered Practical Nurse with experience working in the community. She is certified in palliative and dementia care. As an advocate for health and wellness, she promotes therapeutic care based on the holistic approach. She has pursued further education in medical cannabis, aromatherapy, and herbal medicine. She is currently in the pursuits of obtaining her BsCN.

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Kosu Boudreau

Kosu Boudreau

Lead Therapist

Kosu is a Registered Psychotherapist and Registered Social Worker with over 18 years experience working in acute care, trauma, mental health and addictions. Kosu uses an integrated, somatically-grounded, experiential approach, which includes: Accelerated Experiential Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy (PAP). Kosu is also an experienced group facilitator, yoga teacher and a long-time meditation practitioner.

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Monique Moller

Monique Moller

Vice President, Integrative Health

Dr. Monique Moller received her MD and a Master of Science in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Toronto. She completed residency at St. Michael’s Hospital and fellowship training in Addiction Medicine at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). She previously served as staff physician at CAMH and Women’s College Hospital until the end of 2021 and held many academic roles in addition to her clinical work. She is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Mental Health and Addiction and the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Moller completed both fundamentals and advanced training in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy as well as the MAPS MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy program. She is passionate about the intersect of non-ordinary states of consciousness, spirituality, and culture, and how each of these play a unique role in one's healing journey.

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Pawmi Mahindan

Pawmi Mahindan

Nurse Practitioner

Pawmi is a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner who obtained her Master of Nursing from the University of Toronto. She has worked in various settings including mental health, public health, and care coordination. Her passion for mental health stems from her experience working as a Registered Nurse on a child and adolescent mental health inpatient unit in Toronto. She sees the therapeutic potential of psychedelic-assisted therapy and looks forward to helping others with their healing journey.

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Risa Handler

Risa Handler

Psychotherapist

Risa is a Registered Psychotherapist, a Canadian Certified Counsellor, and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner with an MA in Counselling Psychology from the University of British Columbia. She has been in practice for over 15 years, primarily as a member of multidisciplinary teams providing collaborative mental health care. She draws from humanistic, psychodynamic, mindfulness and somatic oriented practices and always brings a foundation of warmth and presence to her clients. Risa practices within a trauma-informed, culturally-inclusive, and harm reduction framework. Her personal and professional interest in psychedelics, and their therapeutic potential, began several years ago with plant medicine and she has since completed MDMA Therapy training with MAPS. Risa is inspired towards wholeness and she is passionate about curiosity, possibilities, and guiding individuals to access their inner resources and wisdom.

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Sabina Pillai

Sabina Pillai

Senior Lead Psychotherapist

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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Sarah Cifuentes

Sarah Cifuentes

Registered Social Worker

Sarah is a Registered Social Worker who holds a Master of Social Work from University of Toronto, with a specialization in health and mental health. She has worked in different community-based mental health agencies in Toronto and has also pursued certification in Trauma-Informed Yoga. Sarah brings an intuitive, compassionate curiosity to her approach as a therapist, equipped with an air of playfulness. Her approach is wholistic and integrative, honouring the whole person and blending aspects of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Somatic and Mindfulness-based approaches. She honours the wisdom inherent to each individual client and the interconnection between body-mind-spirit. Sarah is deeply passionate about psychedelics and non-ordinary states of consciousness. Her professional and personal lived experiences working with non-ordinary states have deepened her conviction in their potential to act as catalysts for accessing inner wisdom, creativity, and healing.

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