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ABC’s Matt Gutman Shares How Ketamine-Assisted Therapy Helped On-Air Panic Attacks


When benzodiazepines, antidepressants, and other medicines didn't work, ABC's Matt Gutman turned to Ketamine-assisted therapy (KAT) to help with his on-air panic attacks. According to Mr. Gutman, ketamine helped him "get to the bottom of my grief" and "come to terms with the war in my head and surviving the drill sergeant constantly telling me that I’m a failure, I’m bad or I’m screwing up,” Through KAT he learned “It’s more about being more gentle and loving with yourself and going into the dark places I feared going, but also being able to forgive myself in a way I never thought possible before.” Read the full article at Forbes.


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