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We have brought together a team of anesthesia, mental health, nursing, and other professionals to tend to your medical needs.

Ketamine Infusions of Idaho — restoring hope, as well as mental, and physical well-being. Ketamine treatments effectively and rapidly relieve chronic and acute mental health conditions. Ketamine Infusions of Idaho will support you through dark and difficult times.


More About The Team

Together, this team of professionals work to provide the individualized care each patient deserves. We work with both family and the patient’s care community to facilitate moving the patient towards their prescribed goals of greater freedom, function, and balance.

Christina Stubbs

Christina Stubbs, CRNA

Christina was born and raised in Southeast Idaho. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Utah. Working with acute patients at the University Neuropsychiatric Institute in Salt Lake City, she became increasingly passionate about mental health.

She continued her career at the VA Hospital in SLC where she was able to use both her nursing and psychiatric knowledge to assist veterans both physically and mentally. In 2011, she graduated from the University of New England with a master’s degree in Nurse Anesthesia.

Christina takes great pride in providing safe and exceptional anesthesia to her patients. Her experience has ranged from a small community hospital and surgeries centers to office-based anesthesia and trauma centers in Maine, New Hampshire and Idaho. This type of experience has allowed her to see a full range of patients and experience in providing the highest quality of anesthesia.

Nathan Porter

Nathan Porter, LCSW

Nathan received his masters in social work in 2004 from Walla Walla University. He is trained in CBT, EMDR, TRM, CRM and Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy training through Polaris Insight and PRATI Psychedelic Research Institute. Nathan will begin intensive training this summer with MAPS for MDMA – Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD and anxiety associated with life-threatening illnesses.

The model of treatment provided is based on the understanding that healthy relationships provide healing. These healthy relationships are with ourselves, our higher power and with those who are important to us. The barriers to these relationships are embedded in trauma histories. Growth, change and healing occur when we are taught Trauma Resiliency skills and healthy relationship skills as an individual and more effectively in a group process. Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy is used in the treatment plan as well to help in processing past traumas, rewiring the neuro-pathways in the brain and interrupting the fear loops and default mode networks that keep us stuck in the same old destructive patterns. The new pathways – neurogenesis and new insights – neuroplasticity allows us to break free from addictive behaviors and intrusive negative thoughts and feelings.

Rebecca Jensen

Rebecca Jensen, L.C.P.C.

Rebecca Jensen is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (L.C.P.C.) who has provided counseling services in the states of Utah and Idaho since 2003. She earned a Masters of Science degree in counseling from Utah State University. She specializes in counseling individuals with depression and anxiety as well as relationship therapy for couples and families.

She has successfully worked with many individuals to restore balance and bring joy back into their lives. Rebecca is a highly empathetic and caring person who recognizes the challenges of life. She has worked diligently to obtain the skills and education necessary to support others through various challenges.

Rebecca has not been immune from life’s challenges and has experienced a number of difficult situations in her own life — many of which the individuals she is counseling are facing. She is able to draw on her own personal experiences and skills to help individuals and families in crisis.

She has worked in various sectors of the mental health field including psychological and vocational assessments, school counseling, teaching at public and private college level institutions, and runs a private mental health counseling business. Experience and learning in each of these areas has increased her skills to help those she works with.

In her spare time Rebecca likes to travel with her family, write and play music with various instruments, garden, hike, bike, attend plays and concerts, read, draw, sculpt, sew and quilt, work with wood, bake, and try out any new creative mediums.

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