Ketamine Wellness Centers (KWC), the largest ketamine therapy provider in the U.S. and a subsidiary of Delic Holdings Corp (“Delic” or the “Company”) (CSE: DELC) (OTCQB: DELCF) (FRA: 6X0), today officially launched the Ketamine Wellness Integrative Therapist Directory. The comprehensive resource will connect KWC patients with qualified mental health practitioners who can help them process and integrate the benefits of ketamine therapy into their everyday life.
The Ketamine Wellness Integrative Therapist Directory is available to anyone visiting KWC’s website. Cognitive therapists practicing in KWC’s operating states will also have the opportunity to join the network at no cost and more therapists will be added in the future. Patients utilizing KWC’s latest resource can reach out to local mental healthcare providers qualified to help individuals integrate ketamine therapy into their treatment plans. All providers or organizations listed included in the referral network align with KWC’s standards and philosophies of care.
KWC continues to establish itself as a leading mental health treatment provider by offering various methods of accessible care, including ketamine therapy, cognitive therapy and NAD+ infusion therapy. Through its efforts, the company is approaching 100,000 treatments to clinically eligible patients across Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, Texas, Utah and Washington.
“Ketamine therapy is a rapidly growing medical field demonstrating promising results, but many patients overlook the importance of continuous cognitive therapy after their ketamine treatments to maximize the outcomes,” said Kevin Nicholson, CEO of KWC and COO of Delic. “A therapist from the network can work with patients to bridge the outcomes from their completed ketamine therapy into positive, long-term changes in attitudes and behavior. By putting together a comprehensive list of like-minded, qualified mental health professionals and organizations, KWC is continuing to focus on a holistic approach to healing patients suffering from various mental health conditions.”