Ketamine Music Therapy

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Ketamine treatment centers are opening all over Seattle. KEXP’s Rachel Stevens reports on how the treatments work.


 
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Ketamine treatment centers are opening all over Seattle. The psychedelic drug is used to help with PTSD, depression, anxiety, and other ailments, but it does come with controversy. These treatments look and feel much different than most mental health treatments. It also sounds different because music is an important part of Ketamine infusions. KEXP’s Rachel Stevens reports on how the treatments work.

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