Marisa Radha Weppner (Radha) received her BA in Psychology from the University of South Florida in 2001, a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in 2007 and became a Certified Life Coach in 2014 through the Life Purpose Institute. She has been facilitating transformation and self-awakening for nearly 2 decades through a variety of settings including leading yoga and mindfulness classes, wellness and spiritual retreats, community organizing, guiding psychedelic journeys, and private coaching. She is a faculty member of Esalen Institute and the co-owner Source meditation | space in Boise, ID.
At the Boise Ketamine Clinic Radha offers Ketamine-Assisted Therapy, Life Coaching, Prep and Integration Sessions.
Much of her learning has come through her personal experiences with plant medicines, psychedelics and spiritual explorations. Merging ancient wisdom with direct experience, she creates a grounded, safe and expansive environment in which to explore one’s inner world. She has extensive experience working with groups and individuals to help them heal core wounds, release limiting beliefs and create a life of depth, meaning and purpose.
You can learn more about Radha through her podcast Love, Service, Wisdom.
At the Boise Ketamine Clinic Radha offers Ketamine-Assisted Therapy, Somatic Therapies, Life Coaching, Prep and Integration Sessions.
For decades Ketamine Assisted Therapy (KAT) has proven to be a safe and highly effective modality for the relief of treatment-resistant depression, chronic pain, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, end of life care, suicidality, OCD, and a variety of other mental and physical disorders.
Ketamine is the only psychedelic that can be legally prescribed in the United States. The non-ordinary state of consciousness created by Ketamine offers a unique opportunity for healthy individuals to experience transpersonal states of consciousness, have psycho-spiritual breakthroughs, resolve limiting beliefs and unconscious patterns while discovering new perspectives for creative solutions.
Each Group session will last approximately 2 hours, though the total recovery period may vary for each patient. The first 2 sessions will be at the BKC under the guidance of our facilitator. The last 2 Group sessions will be in-home on zoom and also facilitated.
The benefit of in-home KAT is that you may extend the length of the experience beyond the group session. Once we have completed 2 in-clinic sessions and 2 in-home sessions you will be able to create your own set and setting for personal in-home sessions.
We recommend every 2 to 3 weeks. You will also be given playlists, a Guide for In-Home KAT, a Mindfold, and anti-nausea medication.