Our next Ketamine Integration Circle will be Thursday, Oct 7th at 5:30pm PST. More details here!
Our next Ketamine Integration Circle will be Thursday, Oct 7th at 5:30pm PST. More details here!
Community Partners
At Sage, we believe that community is an integral component of our individual health - healing doesn't happen in a vacuum. Below are a list of community resources that you may find helpful as you embark on your own healing journey.
Community Partners
At Sage, we believe that community is an integral component of our individual health - healing doesn't happen in a vacuum. Below are a list of community resources that you may find helpful as you embark on your own healing journey.

Community & Educational Organizations

KRIYA Institute is devoted to understanding the therapeutic properties of ketamine (and related medicines). We provide clinical services directly to patients; we give presentations about therapeutic ketamine in a variety of settings; we offer consultation services to physicians and therapists; and we run the KRIYA Conferences, which is the first and largest conference in the world devoted to the use of ketamine. Our mission is to bring together the most rigorous Science and an appreciation of Spirit in the study of psychospiritual medicines such as ketamine. Click their link here for more providers.
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Sangha ΰ€Έΰ€‚ΰ€˜ (pronounced "sang-gha") is Sanskrit for "spiritual community." Psychedelic Sangha is a spiritual community of diverse "misfit seekers" who collectively reject religious dogma and instead privilege first-person experience and an individual's cognitive liberty, the right to experiment with their own consciousness on the path to liberation and enlightenment. Psychedelic Sangha facilitates spiritual-arts programming directed towards the greater fusion of Asian contemplative traditions with avant-garde art, psychedelic exploration and education. We are not allied with any single guru, tradition, school of thought or "religion."
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Chacruna Mission: We provide public education and cultural understanding about psychedelic plant medicines and promote a bridge between the ceremonial use of sacred plants and psychedelic science. Vision: We envision a world where plant medicines and other psychedelics are preserved, protected, and valued as part of our cultural identity and integrated into our social, legal and health care systems.
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Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana. Click here for participation opportunities, or here for a book about KAT.
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Therapists of Color for Social Justice: We are a collective of Bay Area Therapists of Color who are committed to supporting social justice & BIPOC Community healing via mental health βœŠπŸΌπŸ’œβœŒπŸΏ
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Our mission is to help people minimize the risks and fulfill the potential of their psychedelic experiences in ways such as providing compassionate, accessible, and culturally responsive peer support, educating the public, and furthering psychedelic research, while embracing practices that increase equity, power sharing, and belonging within the psychedelic movement.
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Members of the Sacred Garden Community are committed to providing nonsectarian, praxis oriented soul (spirit, psyche, consciousness, wellness) healing and insight practice, for individuals and community. We prepare, facilitate, experience and integrate direct exposure to personal truths and Universal Truth through careful and respectful practice assisted with direct experience with the Sacraments of our Church.
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Psychedelic Seminars is an educational conversation series deepening awareness of the benefits, risks, and complexities of psychedelics.

In parallel to the new wave of research from MAPS to Johns Hopkins, we progress the cultural understanding through discussions with scientists, therapists, healers, authors, activists, and entertainers.

We explore intersections with other cutting edge subjects through a psychedelic lens.
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Psychedelic.Support is a community resource for connection to an experienced Network of therapists, doctors, and counselors offering health care services
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The Women's Visionary Council (WVC) expands the inclusion of women in critical discussions about mental health and community wellness.

In 2007, during the re-emergence of research into psychedelic-assisted therapies, the WVC began advocating for more representation of women in public discussions about the ethics and safety of these investigations. The WVC presents conferences and workshops throughout the US and Canada which are open to people of all genders, including the Women's Visionary Congress, a gathering of women researchers, healers, artists, and activists who explore different forms of expanded consciousness.
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We are the Center for Consciousness Medicine. We train psychedelic guides.

We are committed to a future that centers balance within each person, interconnectedness amongst all beings, and harmony with the earth.

Healing from suffering is a basic human right. It is everyone's birthright to know one's goodness, to love oneself and be loved, and to live in overall safety and peace.

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The Riverstyx Foundation works to provide a bridge to the relinquished parts of ourselves, our society, and our ecology, to ease those fears and prejudices by funding projects that demonstrate the potential for healing and beauty, when life is embraced in its fullest expression.
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We accelerate the adoption of regenerative – as opposed to exhaustive – practices, and help more people find and participate in regenerative actions where they live.

We are a mix of artists, professionals, people who work in government, activists, workers interested in more equitable futures, designers, culture hackers and more. We work together across political and cultural silos to create beautiful futures.
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Through psychedelic medicine, PRATI nurtures a new approach to mental health, and illuminates a pathway for individual and planetary healing. We do so by expanding professional capacity for transformational care, restoring a relational paradigm of health and healing, and conducting clinically relevant research
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Enthea is a non-profit, benefit plan administrator that provides health plan benefit riders and single case agreement services for psychedelic healthcare.

Our trusted provider network includes certified and credentialed Ketamine-Assisted Therapy and Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy (PAT) practitioners.

As a non-profit, our structure is fully aligned with our purpose. We are receptive, regenerative, unique, and understanding. We believe the path to healing starts within each of us.

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Other Bay Area Ketamine-Assisted Therapy Providers

The staff at Polaris Insight Center are dedicated to the ethical and compassionate clinical use of ketamine-assisted, and psychedelic-assisted, psychotherapy. We share a deep interest in, and a broad range of experience working with, the psychotherapeutic potential of non-ordinary states of consciousness and are committed to the integration of alternative and traditional methods psychotherapy. We currently offer individual ketamine assisted therapy and we plan to offer couple and group therapy in the near future. Polaris will soon provide training programs and consultation for psychotherapists looking to expand their clinical skills to encompass these innovative tools and protocols.

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Healing Realms: Ketamine is a versatile medicine, and can be administered in a variety of ways. We respect the diversity of providers in this emerging field, and our highest priority is matching the intervention to the client's needs. Our practice is best suited for those who are interested in using ketamine as a tool for depth psychotherapy and/or spiritual exploration, as our focus is on the therapy process and the deeper layers of the self. We also integrate body-centered practices that may involve our certified massage therapist and/or sound healing interventions that facilitate healing trauma and processing altered state experiences.
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Temenos Center for Integrative Psychotherapy is a psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy center focusing on Ketamine-Assisted-Psychotherapy (KAP). Our services support the integration of mind, body, and spirit towards psychological health, transforming individuals, and the greater community. "Temenos" means a sanctuary dedicated to connecting with the sacred. Our Center has been created for psychological healing and renewal, offering legal psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.
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Doorway Therapeutic Services is a group practice of predominantly BIPOC, predominantly Queer clinicians who will be offering Ketamine Assisted Therapy in spring 2021. Doorway's mission is to prioritize the mental health needs of Black, Indigenous, People of Color as well as Queer, trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary, and two-spirit individuals who seek support with PTSD or depression. Doorways is dedicated to offering quality care to our community, by professionals who look like us! And, Doorways is open to working with any person seeking support regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, etc. If you are interested in receiving Ketamine Assisted Therapy in 2021, please complete this waitlist form. Hybrid services offered will include online prep and integration session with in person medicine sessions for individual and group treatment series.
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