Show Summary: "Ketamine creates the death of the ego. It takes those things you've been keeping alive with your ego and says they no longer serve a purpose."
Cancer patients and their caregivers go through many challenges that lead to psychological problems like anxiety and depression. And the standard talk therapy that happens between patients and psychiatrists isn't enough. In recent years, some people put up Ketamine clinics. But these clinics are just cash cows and still do not help in addressing the psychological experiences that cancer patients and their caregivers go through.
So in this episode, I am deeply honored to have Krista Andersen, my partner, in putting up our Ketamine clinic. She has been dealing with cancer as a caregiver at an early age since her mom was diagnosed with lung cancer when she was ten years old. Then her sister, and then her. But amazingly, she is now at the stage of moving forward to being in remission.
Please tune in and listen as Krista and I share with you our shared journey of being a cancer patient and a caregiver and how we will be putting up our ketamine clinic so that we can help more people in their healing journey.
Do you think people understand what cancer patients or even their caregivers are going through?
How was your first experience being under Ketamine?
Why are we creating our clinic?
Why do you believe in Ketamine therapy?