Programs

Our Programs

Roots to Thrive

Resilience

A 12 week Community of Practice program weaving together the medicine of unconditional positive regard and community to bring us back to wholeness

Highlights

  • 12 weekly virtual communities of practice meetings
  • Small group supported by two facilitators
  • Multiple education and integration sessions
  • No doctor referral required

Program Cost: $2000 + tax

Roots to Thrive

Ketamine

A 12 week community of practice program, weaving together the medicines of unconditional positive regard, community, and ketamine assisted therapy to find our way back to wholeness

Highlights

  • 12 weekly virtual community of practice meetings
  • Small group supported by two RTT facilitators – a Registered Therapist and Registered Nurse
  • 3 ketamine-assisted therapy sessions with your small group
  • Multiple integration and education sessions
  • Physician referral required by a primary care physician (Family Doctor, Nurse Practitioner or treating Psychiatrist).

Program Cost: $5850 + tax

Roots to Thrive

Psilocybin

An 8 week community of practice program, weaving together the medicines of unconditional positive regard, community, and psilocybin assisted therapy to navigate the complexities of end-of-life distress.

Highlights

  • 8 weekly virtual community of practice meetings
  • Small group supported by two RTT facilitators – a Registered Nurse and Registered Therapist
  • 1 psilocybin-assisted therapy session with your small group
  • Multiple education and integration sessions
  • Physician referral required

Program Cost: $2800 + tax

For participation in all Roots to Thrive programming, a stable internet connection is required. 

All Roots to Thrive programming is completed virtually, while all medicine sessions are completed face to face.

If you are thinking of applying to be a participant in the Roots to Thrive program with Ketamine Assisted Therapy, here are some questions to help you decide if this is a good fit for you.

  1. Do you have the time, energy, and interest to be an engaged and consistent participant in a small group of people who become a bonded community through community of practice gatherings and depending on the RTT program, group medicine assisted therapy session(s)?
  2. If you are parenting, do you have solid child-care plans?
  3. Do you have a diagnosis of PTSD, depression, substance use disorder and/or anxiety that hasn’t shifted as well as you wish with medication, therapy, and other approaches although you have been doing your work and have made some progress?  For RTT-KAT and RTT-PAT a physician’s referral is required.
  4. If you have self-medicated your distress with alcohol and/or drugs, is your life stable enough now to allow you to commit to a group process that counts on your open-hearted, fully present weekly participation?