Dr. Brit Creelman
Brit Creelman, PhD is a clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience – as therapist, director of training in a residential treatment program, and more recently, as lead clinician in a study using psilocybin (psychedelic compound in “magic mushrooms”) to treat depression. As part of his involvement in this study Dr. Creelman received training from the Usona Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with support from the California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS).
Dr. Brit Creelman and Ketamine Assisted Therapy
As a provider of ketamine assisted therapy (KAP) Dr. Brit Creelman utilizes a “set and setting” approach that is informed by decades of research using psychedelic compounds to treat depression and other mental health challenges. During KAP work we will focus on three things: preparation and intention setting prior to dosing; surrendering to a state of “non ordinary consciousness” during an extended session using ketamine; and post journey integration in order to consolidate insights and symptom relief that can be gained during this process.
Dr. Brit Creelman loves working with people who are on a road towards greater physical, psychological, and spiritual health.