At New Pathways Clinic, we believe in a holistic approach to mental health and well-being. We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newest initiative, the Ketamine/Spravato Patient Support Group. In our continuous effort to offer maximum support, we have developed this group to empower individuals who are embarking on their journey to mental wellness. The support group is currently held once a month virtually on Wednesdays at 4 PM and is free to any New Pathways patient. The support group is led by Dr. Harry Pepper, a psychologist intimately familiar with Ketamine treatments. Please see below for more details on the support group, and how it can positively impact your mental health journey.
Starting Ketamine or Spravato can be both exciting and intimidating, and we understand that having a strong support system is crucial during this time. Our new Support Group aims to create a safe and nurturing environment for individuals who are considering or have recently begun Ketamine or Spravato treatment. Dr. Harry Pepper has created customized programs based on his extensive professional and ketamine supportive experience. Here’s what you can expect from our support group:
Harry Pepper, Ph.D. is a psychologist with more than 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and groups of diverse client populations in private practice and college counseling center environments. He has served for over 15 years as an international coach and facilitator of leadership and organizational development work across a wide range of settings and industries. Harry’s early career highlights include his time as a staff psychologist at Oberlin College and as the Director of Adult Programs at Common Ground, a non-profit organization committed to mindfulness, conscious living, and leadership development.
Harry is a senior consultant and coach at the Telos institute, a leading global organizational development firm. At Telos, Harry supports the world’s foremost leaders and organizations by designing, supporting, and facilitating liminal space opportunities to catalyze disproportionate transformational change. His expertise in identifying individual and organizational strengths partners with his philosophy that prioritizes awareness, allowing individuals and organizations to better understand and address unconscious, self-limiting, belief and behavior patterns in order to actualize their most essential and highest goals.
If you have questions about our new support group for ketamine and Spravato patients, please don’t hesitate to contact us via our Contact page. Again, you may also reach out to us using this email address: [email protected]. New Pathways Clinic is excited about this new opportunity for healing and community and we hope that our patients will consider joining – come and receive support while supporting others in the process!