(Part one of three.)
In view of the latest news regarding the DEA’s telehealth regulations and the closing of two renowned ketamine clinics with facilities in the U.S., Benzinga had the opportunity to interview Jay Godfrey, co-founder of the NYC-based ketamine-assisted therapy center Nushama.
The market movement is making a couple of things clear. For instance, the need for basic, common standards for treating patients with the only lawful psychedelic to date.
This added to the fact that National Patient Safety Awareness Week is underway (March 13 to 18), Nushama generously shared an outline of the center's 11 safety best practices:
Set: Preparation before psychedelic journeys, setting intentions, doing breathwork, and communicating to members what to expect during the full spectrum of possible experiences. Ongoing integration therapy after journeys …