Butterfly Holistic Center, situated in Phoenix, Arizona, presents a groundbreaking Veterans ketamine therapy group session tailored to first responders, police, firemen, armed service members, government workers, and individuals grappling with addiction.
This innovative therapy, led by world-renowned Dr Melanie Icard NMD, offers relief from anxiety, depression, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) while promoting increased happiness, mind-body connection, and helping participants overcome trauma.
The centre has partnered with Reverend Nathan Kohlerman of NeuIntention, who works closely with veterans, executives, and purpose-driven leaders seeking holistic and integrative approaches to align and optimise the Mind, Body, and Soul. Together, they offer the Veterans ketamine therapy group session on a sliding scale pricing system based on income, ensuring accessibility and affordability for all who wish to explore this cutting-edge treatment.
“Ketamine is proven to be one of the three most effective medicines being researched right now for the treatment of PTSD. This is extremely useful for veterans considering the terrible things they saw when they deployed,” said Nathan Kohlerman.
The pricing structure is as follows:
- Over $70k income: $333
- $50k – $30k income: $250
- $50k – $30k income: $200
- Under $30k income: scholarships available
The ceremonial ketamine therapy group session, created by Dr Icard, offers a multisensory experience incorporating breathwork, sound, scent, energy work, and optional touch. This unique approach stems from Dr Icard’s extensive training and personal experience. Ketamine has proven remarkable effects on mental health, providing quick and long-lasting relief from conditions such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD. The ceremonial aspect of this therapy aims to create a supportive and calming environment for participants, allowing them to focus on their mental and emotional well-being.
Dr Melanie Icard is highly trained and experienced in the administration of ketamine therapy, providing a safe and supportive environment in a ceremonial setting for participants to heal and grow.
“It has long been known of the stress and trauma our veterans and first responders experience. This therapy goes right to the heart of the matter to alleviate their suffering. We are eager to offer this innovative therapy to our veterans and make it affordable to everyone,” said Dr Melanie Icard. “The benefits of ketamine therapy have been well documented, and this session will help participants on their journey towards greater happiness, mental clarity, and emotional healing.” For patient comfort, the ketamine is administered in a lozenge form, eliminating the need for IVs or needles.
Butterfly Holistic Center is committed to providing cutting-edge holistic therapies to its clients and improving the mental and emotional well-being of those participating in its programmes. For more information about this Veterans ketamine therapy group session, please contact Thomas Costanzo at 602-702-8056.