Local Health Pros Open Psychedelic Wellness Center in Arcadia

Local Health Pros Open Psychedelic Wellness Center in Arcadia

PHOENIX, Arizona – Daytryp Health, an assisted psychedelic wellness center backed by medical professionals, is set to open its first location in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix on Feb. 18. Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is a research-backed therapeutic method of treatment used to address mental health conditions including depression, post-traumatic stress, chronic pain, addiction and anxiety.


Daytryp was founded by Ajona Olsen and Chris Cohn. Olsen began her career in healthcare in 2001 as a registered nurse, and in 2006 became a nurse practitioner where she continued working in corporate medicine. Her career path changed when she found KAP in 2021 and decided to open her own private practice. Cohn spent 15 years as the CEO of Scottsdale Recovery Center, a renowned drug rehabilitation and treatment center.


“After exiting the inpatient drug and alcohol rehab space, I cosmically stumbled upon the world of psychedelic medicines for my own mental and spiritual healing,” said Cohn. “I knew in my heart this was the direction I wanted to go, particularly after all the clinical trials proved these psychedelic medicines to be so effective in healing many mental health ailments including addiction, which I’m still very passionate about.”


Daytryp provides medically supervised ketamine therapy programs combined with psychotherapy in a tranquil, elegant atmosphere. KAP induces neuroplasticity, which is the brain’s ability to change, rewire, relearn and strengthen important connections. This includes regrowing neurons that are damaged due to prolonged stress which, over time, improves mental health. Ketamine is an FDA-approved anesthetic and is currently the only legal psychedelic medicine available for licensed healthcare providers for the treatment of emotional suffering.


“I opened my own practice to serve those on a journey toward healing and, in turn, I have found happiness in the healing for myself and my loved ones.” Said Olsen. “After becoming close with

Chris and hearing about his vision for Daytryp Health, I knew it was the perfect segue.”


Ketamine assisted psychotherapy administers low doses of ketamine where patients are likely to experience mild anesthetic, anxiolytic, antidepressant, and psychoactive effects. The ketamine experience is different and unique for each patient as they undergo therapy in a comfortable, tranquil room that creates the perfect setting for psychedelic exploration. Ketamine is safe for use when taken correctly and in medical settings.


For more information about Daytryp programs and treatments, please visit daytryp.com


About Daytryp

Daytryp is a ketamine assisted psychotherapy practice started by leading mental health and healthcare professionals. Founder Chris Cohn teamed up with Nurse Practitioner and accredited psychedelic assisted treatment professional, Ajona Olsen, Both Ajona and Chris have witnessed the power of psychedelic therapy as a personalized treatment for healing depression, PTSD, substance abuse addiction and more. Daytryp Health plans on exploring other psychedelic medicines as they get legalized for therapeutic use, which is already happening across the USA as we speak. FDA approved in 1970, Ketamine is currently an off-label treatment for various chronic treatment-resistant mental health conditions such as depression, substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and other psychiatric diagnosis. For more information on KAP and Daytryp, please visit daytryp.com.




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