MOLLY BROWN, NP
I meet patients where they are utilizing a somatic approach, medications when necessary, and work toward enlarging bandwidth and assisting with the cultivation of tools that disable deeply ingrained habitual mental patterns that distort perception of self, other, life, and existence. When one feels safe in one's body, deep healing can occur.
Molly is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She completes her Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner certification in 2022. Molly's healthcare experience spans Cardiology/Telemetry, Urgent Care, Emergency Room, Student Health, and Integrative Psychiatry. She underwent training in Ketamine Assisted Treatment through The Ketamine Training Center in September 2019 after training in Ketamine Assisted Treatment under Integrative Psychiatry Institute founder Psychiatrist Will Vanderveer, MD of Integrative Psychiatric Healing Center in Boulder, Colorado from August 2018 through June 2019. Molly is an active member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, Psychotherapists, and Practitioners. Molly’s passion is a partnership with patients that serves as a foundation for deep self-inquiry, and the cultivation of tools necessary for healing. Her practice is limited to those willing to play an active role in their healing. She utilizes traditional medications when appropriate and will help patients wean off of medications when appropriate. Molly Kate Brown is the award-winning author of Learning to Walk in India: A Love Story. She is the Wellness Columnist and Feature Writer for Guide to Spiritual Living Magazine. Molly is a Certified Meditation & Mindfulness Instructor who has practiced meditation diligently since 2002, attending one or more yearly ten-day (and longer) silent meditation retreats since then. She’s led various heart-centered meditation & mindfulness retreats and brought meditation to the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility.
Integrative Psychiatric Assessment and Management, Ketamine Therapy