Community Ketamine Clinics


The Center for Medicinal Mindfulness trusts in the power and efficacy of sacred medicines and is committed to making Psychedelic Therapy as accessible as possible, to as many people as possible. For this reason we are happy to announce our upcoming Community Ketamine Experiences. These transformative experiences will give you the opportunity to continue to heal yourself and also explore your own inner guide. 

These group experiences allow for a 50% cost reduction compared to individual services. They also invite us all to harness the power of self-awakening in a safe and sacred community of fellow explorers. Our medical doctor and team of psychedelic therapists and guides are here to support you every step of the way. 

All preparation and integration sessions will be offered over zoom and guided by Nicole Churchill and Jay Waxenberg. These practitioners will also be present for your medicine sessions, as well as a member of our medical team who will administer the ketamine via intramuscular injection (IM).

This group may be right for you if…

  • You struggle with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, or are in a major life transition
  • You are interested in personal and psychospiritual growth and exploring your potential 
  • You feel comfortable in group experiences and feel ready to grow in community
  • You have experienced Ketamine-Assisted Psychedelic Therapy before in individual sessions and now feel ready for a community experience 

These community experiences include a preparation session for setting meaningful intentions and an integration session to incorporate the insights and experiences from your journey into your life.

If you have been interested in the healing benefits of ketamine as well as feeling more connected to a greater community, please reach out today!



New clients:
If you are curious if the group experience is right for you then please fill out our inquiry form and schedule a free intake call with our center. We will be able to answer any questions you may have.

For new clients an initial session and medical evaluation will be a prerequisite at a cost of $600. 

Returning clients:
Send an email to with a note that you are interested in the Community Ketamine Clinic.

Cost for returning clients: $1250 ($1000 with scholarship).

Learn more about Ketamine-Assisted Psychedelic Therapy 



Dr. Alyse Power, MD is a Board Certified Family Medicine Physician from Austin, TX and is the Medical Director of the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness, as well as the Owner and Medical Director of Holos Health, where she provides medical cannabis and CBD evaluations. She completed medical school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine and Family Medicine Residency in Anchorage, Alaska. Dr. Power has received extensive training in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy with Dr. Philip Wolfson of the prestigious Ketamine Training Center and with Dr. Naveen Thomas of the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness. Alyse is passionate about providing safe, legal and ethical medical oversight for clients experiencing transformational healing through psychedelic therapy.


Rev. Jay Waxenberg (MA) is a professional psychedelic guide holding a Master in Philosophy with a focus on mysticism from the University of Miami. He’s an ordained Interfaith Minister, has completed training in InterSpiritual Companioning & Counseling and holds advanced credentialing in Mindfulness-Based Psychedelic Therapy from the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness. He has completed all levels of Psychedelic Sitters School and also trained in Ketamine-Assisted Therapy with the Polaris Insight Center. He guides individual psychedelic experiences using ketamine, cannabis blends, and transformational breathwork techniques. He is also the Training Program Director for the Center For Medicinal Mindfulness Psychedelic Sitters School and the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness Extended-State DMT Program.  


Nicole Churchill, MA, MT-BC is a Transpersonal Counselor with advanced training and credentialing in Mindfulness-Based Psychedelic Therapy through the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness. She earned her BA from Boston’s world renowned Berklee College of Music (1993), and was awarded a dual Masters from Naropa University where she studied Transpersonal Psychology and Music Therapy (2001). She has extensive training in the healing arts and is a board-certified Music Therapist, Certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor, and an Expressive Movement Practitioner. Nicole weaves the practices of ritual, art, music, magic, yoga, meditation, and earth-based methods of celebration, cleansing, and renewal to assist clients in birthing their own medicine person and is honored to be a midwife in that process. If you are interested in working with Nicole, reach out today for more information.


Amy Valesh-Peterson, NP (She/her) is a dual board-certified Family and Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Amy dedicated much of her career to working in emergency rooms and urgent care settings. While practicing Western medicine, she became aware of its limitations, with some medical issues being treated solely with medications, often leading to undesirable side effects. Seeking a more holistic approach to patient care, she ventured into the world of medical cannabis in 2021, earning a Certification in Medical Cannabis from Pacific College of Health and Sciences. Through her exploration, she discovered the diverse therapeutic properties of psychedelic medicines, amazed by its ability to treat various symptoms and conditions with a remarkable safety profile. During Amy’s time at a the Center for Medicinal Mindfulness in Boulder, Colorado, she educated patients on medicinal cannabis usage and provided recommendations for medical cannabis cards. It was through this experience that she was introduced to the transformative world of psychedelic therapy.