November 12 – 13, 2016
Researcher Phil Wolfson, M.D., will be presenting at KRIYA Ketamine Conference about ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, and also presenting his new book, forthcoming from MAPS this November and co-edited by Glenn Hartelius, Ph.D.: The Ketamine Papers: Science, Therapy, and Transformation.
From the event website:
The KRIYA Ketamine conference is a meeting for experienced clinicians and researchers in a beautiful, secluded setting. It is a hybrid between a traditional medical conference and a round table discussion. We will have space to teach each other about working with ketamine and share our observations and questions. This event has a casual and cooperative feeling by design, and registration will be capped at 50 people. The program will consist of semi-formal presentations (up to 18 speakers), panel discussions, and group discussions. There will be an ambitious agenda similar to last year’s event, but with a great deal of new material.
This conference is geared toward clinicians who have substantial experience working with ketamine to treat depression (or other medical, psychiatric, or psychological problems), and researchers who are investigating a closely related topic. This conference may be of particular interest to clinicians working in the following areas: Psychiatry, Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Addiction Medicine, Family Medicine, Urology, and other Mental Health providers.
For more information, visit the event website.