Relief is here

Wild Health provides personalized, expert care for those suffering from treatment-resistant conditions like trauma, depression, and anxiety.

Results in as little as 1 visit.

Our Holistic Approach 

Our approach to mental health treatment is personal. We may utilize DNA testing, biometrics and lifestyle preferences to personalize your treatment plan. We are just as likely to make recommendations for diet, exercise, nature immersion and mindfulness practices as we are to discuss ketamine infusions, psychotherapy and medications.


Ketamine can help reset some of the brain networks involved in depression, allowing them to regain functions that depression has dampened.


Ketamine helps reduce systemic and brain inflammation, which is a contributor to the development of chronic anxiety.


Ketamine can affect memory and emotion centers in the brain in a way that relieves many of the symptoms of traumatic stress.

Why wait?

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We can help where other treatments have failed.  

How do I get started?

Contact Wild Health via phone (859-484-PTSD), or schedule a call with our team.

How will I feel?

Ketamine treatment experiences are as unique as each individual patient. Many patients experience relief in their symptoms hours after their first infusion. Other individuals may experience improvement in symptoms over time. Schedule a call with a team member to discuss your questions.

About Us

How does it work?

Relieve – Reset – Reduce – Regain
Ketamine relieves many of the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and traumatic stress by resetting brain activity and reducing underlying contributors to disease (such as inflammation), allowing people to regain health and function.

Dr. Kristin Dawson is a double-board certified psychiatrist in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and General Psychiatry specializing in the treatment of trauma, depression and anxiety. Dr. Dawson is trained in multiple psychotherapies including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. She recently completed the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) training program in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy and is a member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, Psychotherapists & Practitioners.

Dr. Dawson’s team recently completed a clinical research trial investigating the link between ketamine infusion treatments and epigenetic aging. She is a frequent mental health contributor to the Wild Health podcast, discussing a range of topics including mindfulness practices, gratitude and psychedelics. Dr. Dawson continues to explore ways to welcome spirituality, mindfulness and nature into the practice of psychiatry. She is a mom to four incredible kids and is happiest when hiking up a big mountain or holding a baby goat.

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535 Wellington Way
Suite 330
Lexington, KY 40503


M-F:  9:30am – 4:30pm

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