Author Katherine Inez Davis has just published CONNECTED: A Personal Journal for Ketamine Therapy.

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Author Katherine Inez Davis has just published CONNECTED: A Personal Journal for Ketamine Therapy. The journal is focused and timely considering:

  • Less than five years ago, the U.S. Food and Drug

Administration approved a nasal spray derived from ketamine

to treat depression. That product, Spravato, is now available

only by prescription and administered in a physician’s office.

  • Ketaminehad already been available to treat depression

and related illnesses at clinics, legally, as an off-label use of

its FDA approval for anesthesia since 2011. The treatment 

      has been quietly entering the mainstream and is 

      now taking off with notice and headlines across 

      national media.

  •   In 2015, an estimated 60 ketamine clinics operated

throughout the U.S. Within three years, there were more than

  1. By early 2022, more than 550 private clinics in 

      the United States were legally administering ketamine 

      to patients.

  • Clinics provide the treatment and supervision, and many

suggest, but do not provide, a journaling practice to support

optimal patient outcomes. Patients will look for this focused

addition to their treatment that cannot be met by a general


  • Ketamine clinics and doctor-supported therapy are up and

running throughout the greater Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley,

and Northern New Jersey regions.

  • The CONNECTED journal is prepared specifically for the 

        unique experience ketamine brings to clinical 



About the Journal

CONNECTED is available to assist patients prepare for, record, and successfully integrate this healing experience.

The increasing number of patients who turn to ketamine therapy to treat severe depression, PTSD, chronic pain, and related physical and mental health issues can take active steps alongside treatment for improved outcomes. Journaling—a healthy outlet on its own—is one of these.

Katherine Inez Davis focused graduate study on the ketamine patient experience and found undeniably consistent themes to create CONNECTED.


This personal journal for ketamine therapy offers:

  • Three different sets of working pages to support the complete

process of this unique treatment: Preparation, Recall, and


  • A space to explore the tremendous, unusual experience of

ketamine; and capture the sensory, emotional, and mental

missives within

  • Organized, broad prompts to bring clarity to details and

connect the experience to daily life

  • A starting point for review and discussion with a counselor,

medical team, or support group

  • A flexible, growing document for the critical phase of


CONNECTED has ample writing space and a functional layout that brings ease to the process.

This journal was designed to work in partnership with a clinical treatment plan, allowing a chance to thoughtfully consider how the ketamine experience can translate into the best possible health results.

To learn more, please visit:

The journal is available for purchase through Amazon, Baker & Taylor, Follett, Ingram, Bright Communications, and local Emmaus bookstore, Let’s Play Books.


About the Author
Katherine Inez Davis followed a lifelong belief in the power of words to achieve undergraduate and graduate degrees in English and Professional Writing.

Her published work earned a Fellowship from the Knight Foundation and awards from the International Association of Business Communicators and Pennsylvania Press Association.

She has placed creative writing in Steam Ticket, The Ravens Perch, Green Silk Journal, and Line Zero.

Originally from New Jersey, Davis now resides in northeast Pennsylvania.

To learn more about Katherine Inez Davis, please visit her website:


Information provided to TVL by:
Colleen Gorsky
Communications Director
Bright Communications