PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

Family Solutions Counseling and Cache Ketamine;
hand-in-hand providing a cohesive treatment experience

Colby Martin, PA provides medication management for psychiatric medication. He also offers in office ketamine treatments for the treatment of PTSD, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, etc. Functional analysis testing, and integrative/holistic care using functional medicine labs such as organic acids are additional perks with this partnership. Colby collaborates with Family Solutions Counseling for all coordination of client care in which offers our clients a cohesive treatment experience.

 
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FAQS

 

WHAT IS PSYCHEDELIC-ASSISTED-PSYCHOTHERAPY?

"Psychedelic-assisted therapy refers to therapeutic practices that involve the ingestion of a psychedelic drug.

Since the early 1990s, a new generation of scientists has revived the research. Clinical trials have shown that ingesting a psychedelic in a carefully prescribed and monitored setting can induce an experience that is medically safe and that provokes profound, durable psychological and behavioral change." (Psychology Today, n.d.)

Many of our therapists are trained and affirming in the use of ketamine. We prepare you, and help coach you through the entire process.

CAN I AFFORD TREATMENT?

  • Cache Ketamine is currently offering free consultations

  • After consultation, $250 per session which typically lasts 2 1/2 to 3 hours and may be divided into 2-3 separate injection/rounds of treatment.

IS THERE ADDITIONAL RESEARCH REGARDING KETAMINE TREATMENTS?

Yes! Ketamine has many research articles that can help you make an educated decision regarding your treatment. 


Treatment regarding...

-Depression

-PTSD

-Bipolar

-Addiction

-Pain Management

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COLBY MARTIN, PA

Colby is a native of Utah who graduated from Utah State, then went on to complete the Red Rock’s Physician Assistant Program in Colorado while earning a Master of Medical Science Degree from St. Francis University in Pennsylvania. While working in community health he developed a special interest in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. He strives to be up to date with the most current evidence based treatment for mental health including not only medication, but proper nutrition, exercise and alternative therapies.

 

AFFORDABLE/ LOW COST
PRESCRIPTION MANAGEMENT

BE WELL CONNECTED

Be Well Connected offers a solution for the high cost and long wait lists of accessing medication providers. Their services include telehealth medication management with a local provider as well as access to nurse advice lines and even lab in-home or in-office lab draws to monitor your experience on your medications. 

Contact:

Call - (435) 688-3050

Text questions to (435) 339-0775

 
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KETAMINE RESEARCH

Ensuring an educated decision

 

RESEARCH AND ARTICLES

GENERAL INFORMATION ON KETAMINE

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“How to Be Successful in Business: The 8 Steps Definitive Guide”

Interview with Dr. Cannon Clifton and Ryan Bridges, The E Tribe


“Research On Psychadelics & Mental Health Shows There’s Alot Of Potential” 

by Jay Polish, January 29, 2020, Bustle


“The current mental health crisis and the coming Ketamine revolution”

by Lascap, June 16, 2016, Pascal’s Pensees

“Ketamine Encourages Nerve Remodeling”

by Jef Akst, October 16, 2012, The Scientist

“Ketamine Infusions”

by International Research Foundation

KETAMINE FOR BIPOLAR

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KETAMINE FOR PTSD

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“‘Club Drug’ Ketamine May Treat Depression, PTSD, Tinnitus”

by Texas A&M University, October 15, 2015

“IV Ketamine Rapidly Effective in PTSD”

by John Gever, April 17, 2014, MedPage Today

“How An Unlikely Drug Helps Some Children Consumed By Fear”

by John Hamilton March 25, 2013, Morning Edition, NPR

“How to Take Ketamine to Treat Depression, Anxiety and PTSD”

by How To Use Psychedelic

KETAMINE FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT

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KETAMINE FOR ADDICTION

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KETAMINE FOR DEPRESSION

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From depression to dementia, inflammation is medicine’s new frontier

The Guardian, January 19, 2020

No Lasting Side Effects With Single Infusion of Low-Dose Ketamine

Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Learning Network, December 2, 2019

5 Alternative Treatments For Depression

Women Fitness Magazine, November 4, 2019

Ketamine Could be the Key to Reducing America’s Suicide Rate 

by Cynthia Koons and Robert Lengreth, February 5, 2019, Bloomberg Business

Is ketamine the best hope for curing major depression?

by Caroline Winter, August 19, 2018, Bloomberg Business

Ketamine Shows Promise for Treatment for Adolescents with Depression

by Aristos Georgia, August 12, 2018, Newsweek

Ketamine offers lifeline for people with severe depression, suicidal thoughts

by Ben Tinker and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, August 4, 2018, CNN

From Chaos To Calm: A Life Changed By Ketamine

Jon Hamilton, June 4, 2018, NPR

Ketamine Gaining Popularity for the Severely Depressed

February 3, 2018, CBS News

How Ketamine is Treating Mental Illness

by Sarah Jacoby, March 21, 2015, Refinery 29

“Could ketamine become the next great depression drug?”

by Timothy Bella, February 12, 2015, Al Jazeera America

“Special K, a Hallucinogen, Raises Hopes and Concerns as a Treatment for Depression”

by Andrew Pollack, December 9, 2014

“Ketamine Restores Ability to Experience Pleasure in Depressed Patients Within Minutes”

by Douglas Main, October 21, 2014, Newsweek

“Let There Be Light”

by Kerri Reeves, Fall 2014, Real Women

“Ketamine Could Treat Depression – Illegal Drugs Do Have Their Uses”

by Sue Blackmore, April 4, 2014, The Guardian

“Ketamine ‘Exciting’ Depression Therapy”

by James Gallagher, April 2, 2014, The BBC

“Antidepressant Ketamine May Be More Effective Than Electroconvulsive Therapy”

by Dr. Keith Ablow, February 24, 2014, Fox News

“Do No Harm, Unless Doing No Harm Hurts”

by Steven P. Levine, September 9, 2013, HCP Live

“A Dry Pipeline for Psychiatric Drugs”

by Richard A. Friedman, M.D., August 19, 2013, The New York Times

“Ketamine Effective At Treating Depression”

by Joseph Nordqvist, June 4 2013, Medical News Today

“Ketamine Works in OCD, Stubborn Depression”

by SkepticalScalpel, May 21, 2013, Physicians Weekly

“Serial Ketamine Infusions More Effective for Depression?”

by Deborah Brauser

 

Office: 435-799-5035

Fax: 435-535-3782

115 Golf Course Road Suite E Logan,UT 84321

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