An Introduction to Mindbloom Clinicians

Medically reviewed by 
Chelsea Tersavich, PA-C
Published on 
December 6, 2022
Updated on 


  • Clinicians are licensed medical experts in psychiatry and ketamine therapy.
  • They are trained to create appropriate and personalized care plans for eligible clients.
  • Clinicians determine whether ketamine treatment is appropriate for each individual.

The initial clinical consultation is one of the first steps you will take on your Mindbloom journey. You will meet with your Clinician to determine if you are fit for treatment, and if you are determined eligible, you will work with them to create your personalized plan of care.

This article explores Mindbloom Clinicians, the roles and responsibilities they have, how they are trained, and how they benefit your healing journey.

What are Mindbloom Clinicians?

Mindbloom Clinicians are licensed medical experts who work with clients so that they can have safe and effective experiences.

They conduct initial consultations with each client to evaluate safety and eligibility for ketamine treatment. If approved, Clinicians will prescribe the medication, adjust dosing throughout the program, and offer continuing medical support. 

All of our Clinicians are psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners board-certified in psychiatry, or physician assistants who are specialized in psychiatry. Many of our nurse practitioners are also doctorally prepared.

What Are Clinicians Trained to Do?

Clinicians are trained and selected for their ability to apply clinical evaluation skills to identify who is an appropriate candidate for remote ketamine therapy, provide key education to prepare clients for treatment, and be a trusted source of clinical support throughout the program.

All Clinicians go through an in-depth training program which is overseen by our medical leadership team. Mindbloom Clinicians are trained to apply rigorous Clinical Practice Guidelines developed by Mindbloom's world-class Medical Advisory Board.

On average, 10% of interviewing clinicians do not pass our rigorous on-boarding process to work directly with clients. All of our Clinicians have previous experience evaluating and treating clients, and most of our providers have several years of experience in their own private practices.

Some of our most experienced Clinicians have worked in the psychiatric field for over 15 years and have supported hundreds of clients through ketamine therapy.

Why are Mindbloom Clinicians Unique?

First and foremost, Mindbloom Clinicians are experts in psychiatry, ketamine therapy, and psychedelic integration practices. 

They are passionate about leveraging evidence-based modern treatment options and innovative care delivery models to improve both the client outcomes and the accessibility of mental health care.

Mindbloom Clinicians also operate from the heart – many Clinicians have been impacted by the devastation of mental illness directly and are called to this work on a deeply personal level.

Want to Experience Guided Ketamine Therapy?

You can see if you’re eligible for a Mindbloom program here.


This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of any treatment. If you are in a life-threatening situation, call the National Suicide Prevention Line at +1 (800) 273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room.

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