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A treatment cycle consists of three parts: preparation, exploration and integration. In the first phase, patients establish their goals with a therapist and discuss safety and consent measures. Next, they’re brought to a treatment room, “designed quite carefully to be aesthetically comfortable and welcoming and bright,” says Ronan Levy, the clinic’s co-founder and executive chairman. Then, with a social worker, psychotherapist or psychologist present, the patient gets a dose of ketamine, puts on eye shades and noise-cancelling headphones, and is invited to look inward…

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