Dinah Miller, M.D.
I'm a psychiatrist and writer with 30 years of experience helping people to overcome challenges. I have a private practice in Baltimore and have also worked in community mental health centers as both a clinician and an administrator. I am a past president of the Maryland Psychiatric Society. I trained at Johns Hopkins where I continue to supervise and teach residents, and I have a lot of experience with social media. I love new challenges!
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, or KAP, is an innovative way to help people when their antidepressants are just not enough-- symptoms of depression or anxiety are still present, or people are just stuck in life. KAP may not be a cure, but a way of getting out of negative thought patterns, and finding a new perspective.
My groups are 5 sessions-- three of these include the administration of sublingual (under the tongue) ketamine lozenges, that will take you places you have never been.
The group experience is powerful and group size is limited to 3 to 4 patients for a safe and individualized experience.
This experience is for people looking for ketamine treatment in a safe environment -- I am a physician and I'm present in the room for all of the sessions,.
I have had specialized training in KAP at the Psychedelic Research and Training Institute (PRATI) in Colorado.