Transform your life through psychedelic assisted healing

Embark on a physician directed treatment plan of safe and legal evidence-based psychedelic medicine designed to give you the sustained relief you deserve.
Realize Your Breakthrough

Traditional care falling short?

Try a new approach to achieving that crucial breakthrough in your mental health care.
Harness the power of psychedelics

Our program of at-home, low-dose ketamine therapy provides deep and sustained relief for both mild and severe depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Care that harmonizes your life

We shift health care to the privacy and comfort of your home via a 100% online platform that is secure, confidential, and self-empowering.

Real results at a real price

One month of our physician-directed oral ketamine treatment program costs less, on average, than a single infusion at a brick and mortar ketamine clinic.

Safeguarding your wellness journey

Our therapies, protocols, and clinical tools are guided by an established body of research, years of experience treating patients with ketamine, and a focus on achieving measurable outcomes.

Dr. John Huber, ketamine therapy specialist
Tripsitter CLINIC founder & ceo
Dr. John Huber
Dr. Huber is a mental health professional of over 20 years, as well as a clinical forensic psychologist.
Read his blog: "Why I Started TripSitter.Clinic"

How It Works

Our safe and secure HIPAA compliant telehealth platform of remote human monitoring safeguards your care and harmonizes around your life.
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Consultation

Remotely meet with a licensed physician to create an optimal treatment plan designed to tackle the conditions you are facing.

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Fulfillment

Once approved for treatment, your oral ketamine prescription medication is shipped directly to your doorstep.

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Treatment

Schedule safe and secure treatment sessions with our Tripsitters and set off on a new pathway to healing.

We celebrate excellent success rates in the treatment of:

Low-dose ketamine treatments are safe for the majority of individuals. Those with a history of psychosis or schizophrenia, however, are a poor fit for this particular therapy due to well-documented medical contraindications and will not be approved for treatment during the screening process.

How can online ketamine therapy help me?

At low (therapeutic) doses, ketamine produces shifts in consciousness that can help neurons rebuild lost connections, allowing individuals to view their own patterned behavior with a renewed clarity, broaden awareness, and suppress networks in the brain responsible for producing persistent and obstructive thoughts.

Learn more

From The Blog

The latest clinical research, insights into psychedelics, analysis of mental health issues, and everything that's happening with Tripsitter Clinic.
A paradigm shift

Psychedelics are the future of mental health care

Centuries old, evidence based, therapeutically administered, and safe. It’s widely believed that we are in the early stages of a revolution in mental health care thanks to the promise of psychedelic medicine.

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Bridging the gap

Everyone deserves quality mental healthcare

Our approach, technology, and pricing were designed to broaden access to deeply transformational therapeutics and level the playing field. Ketamine is only the start.

On a mission

We are more than a business

We share a professional and personal stake in helping to evolve the state of mental healthcare and collectively bring decades of in-the-field practitioner experience from all corners of the greater ketamine therapy industry.

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Subscription Plans

The majority of patients who could benefit from ketamine-based therapy have been priced out of their path to getting well. We’re changing that.
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Our plans are 60% more affordable than ketamine infusion therapy.

Achieving your breakthrough shouldn’t bankrupt you, cause strain on your family or be put off any longer.
Each subscription plan includes:
Initial consultation with your prescribing physician
Prescribed medication
Monthly check-in with your prescribing physician
Connect with a Tripsitter for every treatment session
3 Months
$375
per month
6 Months
$350
per month

Subscriptions are billed monthly.
A $50 fee is charged for your initial physician consultation. If your physician approves you for treatment, this $50 fee will be applied towards the cost of the first month of your subscription plan. If it is determined that ketamine therapy is not an appropriate treatment for a prospective patient, the $50 physician assessment fee will still be charged for the patient visit. Read through our Knowledge Base to learn more about treatment eligibility.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Tripsitter Clinic?

TripSitter Clinic is a consultative virtual clinic & telehealth platform that connects prospective patients to a licensed physician who can evaluate prospective patients for a prescribed treatment program of low-dose, oral ketamine medication. Our network of physicians are happy to consult and coordinate your care with your Primary Care Physician (PCP) if you are approved for treatment.  

TripSitter Clinic is not your Primary Care Physician and requires each prospective patient to provide their PCP’s information to us during the initial intake process. We are part of an emerging wave of consultative medicine that prioritizes patient access and quality of care while leveraging a world-class platform of remote diagnostic and patient monitoring.
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What is Ketamine and how does it work?

Ketamine was created in 1962 and approved for medical use in the United States in 1970 by The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It was extensively used as a surgical anesthesia in the Vietnam War and continues to be utilized today in a number of medical applications.

Due to its outstanding safety record and low side effect profile, Ketamine has been a marvel of the medical world, studied extensively, and proven as a powerful therapeutic in providing both immediate and sustained relief in patients with depression, generalized anxiety, other forms of anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), as well as certain chronic pain conditions.
 
At low, therapeutic doses, ketamine produces shifts in consciousness that can help neurons rebuild lost connections allowing individuals to view their own patterned behavior with a renewed clarity, broaden awareness, and suppress networks in the brain responsible for producing persistent and obstructive thoughts. It has an excellent success rate among mental health and chronic pain patient populations. Responsibly and expertly administered ketamine has a remarkable ability to reverse the damage done to your neural pathways that have been caused by chronic mental health challenges, thus enhancing neuroplasticity.
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Is this legal and safe?

Yes and yes. While non-anesthetic applications of ketamine are classified as “off label” or “generic” by the FDA, what this means is that ketamine is both legally and medically permitted for use in patients by the direction of a licensed physician. Concerns about individual patient safety are mitigated by our medical screening process. During treatment, the most common side effects include dissociation, dizziness, and nausea however these side effects often lessen as the patient undergoes subsequent treatments. One of the unique qualities of ketamine is that it is well tolerated among a broad population and causes no serious adverse effects in patients when administered in low, therapeutic doses.
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Who is eligible for this therapy?

Ketamine treatments are safe for the majority of individuals. Those suffering from the debilitating effects of Depression, Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Bipolar Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder can receive tremendous benefit from ketamine therapy. Individuals with a history of psychosis and schizophrenia, however, are a poor fit for this particular therapy due to medical contraindications and will not be approved for treatment during the screening process.

Let’s get you back to being you

Zero barriers. Deeper healing. More progress.
Realize Your Breakthrough
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