Nature-Based Integrative Psychiatry and Ketamine Therapy
in Asheville, North Carolina
In our wooded, 16-acre retreat in the foothills of Mount Pisgah, we keep nature immersion at the heart of every encounter with our clients. Using both indoor and outdoor offices, we offer integrative psychiatry consultations and treatment from our board-certified integrative psychiatrist, nurse practitioner, and therapists. When appropriate, we provide psychedelic-assisted therapy combined with nature immersion work. Our small forested watershed with its flowers and fireflies is a sacred space and is invitation-only for our clients.
The folk at AIP offer a caring and safe environment, which is vital for this experience. I discovered a sense of confidence and trust in myself thanks to having gone through it. That despite my initial anxiety, everything is going to be okay! This would not have been possible without the support of this team. I felt a strong sense of love for myself, others, and the world at large. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for deeper healing. I am super grateful for my time here!!"
I experienced the 1 day ketamine experience known as The Cosmic Hug… Ending the experience with a massage and private yoga session was the perfect way to round the day out… everyone I encountered was helpful, caring, and showed a clear passion for their work. The facility was clean and peaceful and they clearly thought of every creature comfort. You really cannot ask for more from a place of healing."
More about Dr. Tiffany Sauls
Dr. Sauls is excited to bring psychedelic medicine combined with nature immersion both to the Southeastern United States and to the forefront of psychiatry. In addition to providing Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP), Dr. Sauls has also completed training through the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) to provide MDMA-assisted therapy to patients with treatment-resistant PTSD.
Our mission is to empower people to access their innate ability to heal through facilitating connection to self, to community, and the natural environment. We believe that the foundations of self healing are a strong connection to nature and an integrative approach to healthcare that embraces both ancient and emerging perspectives. We also believe that joy is good for our health and that creating joy is meaningful work.