Community Integration Cohort
Temenos hosts an integration group for clients who have previously participated in ketamine-assisted psychotherapy.
Over six consecutive small-group sessions, our group facilitators encourage clients to process, share and learn from each other's healing journies. This group provides an opportunity to benefit from ongoing, depth-oriented integration work in a safe, consistent setting with peers interested in deepening the insights achieved in medicine sessions.
Group work can build communication and integration skills and empower clients through shared experiences.
Community Medicine Session
Group Medicine Sessions provide an opportunity to:
focus on deeply personal aspects of one's healing process
engage in interpersonal healing during group integration, and
foster a sense of community and connection.
Three facilitators help participants
navigate two hours of preparation and intention setting, two hours of medicine work, and one hour of integration support.
Group Medicine Sessions are
intended for those with experience in ketamine-assisted therapy. Participants must receive a medical
evaluation from Temenos in advance and may choose between a sublingual or an intramuscular experience.
Our Group Facilitators
What are the benefits of group work?
Deepen insights from ketamine sessions and build connections with others on the path to healing
Share and receive support within an interpersonal setting, and learn how to grow and elevate your toolkit.
Access affordable ketamine treatment in a safe and judgment-free setting.
Enhance processing, communication, and problem-solving skills by learning various integration techniques.