Clinic InfoAbout your Clinic:
Riverbird Clinic was established in 2019 as an innovative mental-health clinic dedicated to psychedelic-assisted therapy and integration. We are the first psychedelic therapy clinic in Maine. We are housed within the non-profit organization Good Medicine Collective, and work collaboratively with breathwork practitioners, massage therapists, IFS therapists, energy healers, etc.Description of Services:
We are a psychotherapy clinic dedicated to psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and integration. We consist of a multi-disciplinary team of medical and mental-health providers dedicated to healing through a holistic view of the human being. We work with treatment-resistant depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, and other mental-health issues that we believe are inadequately treated with conventional methods. We currently offer individual and group Ketamine-Assisted Therapy (KAT), and we plan to work with other psychedelic medicines as they gain regulatory approval. We are committed to serving our diverse community and making this work as accessible as possible to all those in need.Practitioners:
Colin Reid LCPC, Matt Stevens DO, Libbet Cone LCSW, Selma Holden MD, Caroline Ginsberg LCSW, David Wright PMHNP, Maddy Riker RNSupporting Team:
Colin Reid LCPC, Matt Stevens DO, Libbet Cone LCSW, Selma Holden MD, Caroline Ginsberg LCSW, David Wright PMHNP, Maddy Riker RN
DetailsFounder(s) / CEO: Colin Reid LCPC, Matt Stevens DO, Libbet Cone LCSW, Selma Holden MD, Caroline Ginsberg LCSW, David Wright PMHNP, Liz Strawbridge MDRemote/Online: NoPrice Range: 875 per session
Our ProcessOverview of Experience:
All Ketamine treatments begin with a required 2-hour consultation appointment. Based on this appointment, it is determined whether Ketamine-Assisted Therapy (KAT) is an appropriate treatment for you. The initial consultation appointment also includes a brief medical screening performed by one of our medical doctors or nurse practitioners. Please note that an initial consultation is not a guarantee of treatment.
Once KAT is deemed safe and appropriate for you, we will move forward with a series of medication and and integration sessions. The medication sessions are about 3 hours in length, and may be conducted by 1 or 2 providers. The integration session will be held 1-2 days after the medication session, and will be about 50-minutes in length. A common course of treatment includes 3-6 in-person sessions.
In addition to individual KAT, we also offer group ketamine assisted therapy. We have two group options: the Mental Health group (4 group ketamine sessions & 4 group integration sessions) or the Healing for Healers group (2 group ketamine sessions & 2 group integration sessions for folks working in healing arts/healthcare and mental healthcare).Intake Process:
Our general intake process begins once you have completed our intake paperwork, which we will send to you via email. After you have submitted intake paperwork, we will contact you by email to set up a brief 15-20 min phone call to discuss treatment options, as well as appropriateness for ketamine-assisted therapy. If ketamine-assisted therapy seems appropriate for you, someone from the clinical team will reach out, likely via email, to schedule a 2-hour in-person initial consultation appointment.Psychedelic Substance Offered: