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“Investing in the mental health of employees is absolutely crucial. Daytryp is proud to partner with Enthea to help future-thinking employers offer Ketamine Therapy which have long lasting, transformative outcomes,” said Chris Cohn, CEO of Daytryp Health.
Chris Cohn is passionate about health and wellness, though by his own admission, he has traveled a less-than-conventional road to get to where he is today. The Phoenix native founded Scottsdale Recovery Center and Arizona Addiction Center in 2009. And just last year, he opened Daytryp Health Center in Arcadia.
Arizona is poised to become a major hub for psychedelic therapy research, thanks to a new bill introduced in the state’s 2023-2024 budget bill in May. The provision will provide $5 million in funding for studies on the medical benefits of psilocybin and other psychedelic substances.
Daytryp Health offers ketamine treatments in a relaxed, non-clinical setting with medical professionals. We also offer the “Heroes Program” for military, first responders, frontline healthcare works, correctional officers, 911 dispatchers and teachers which offers a 15% discount.
Ajona Olsen, MSN, APRN, ANP-C, is the medical director of Daytryp Health and Wellness in Phoenix. “Our core beliefs are structured around using psychedelics in an environment that holds medical safety at the highest standard and where …
With $5 million in funding, Arizona is on the cusp of becoming the first state to publicly fund research into magic mushrooms in the hopes of better understanding the medical benefits of natural psilocybin.