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For people with depression, even those who have previously resisted other types of treatment, ketamine infusion therapy may be a suitable aspect of a sophisticated care plan. Traditional antidepressants follow a familiar strategy; they increase the supply of a certain class of neurotransmitters within the synapses (the part of the neurons that send electrical or chemical signals). These synapses are thought to have a role in depression. Though the antidepressants may not work for some, they typically take a week or more to take effect, and some people who have previously resisted other forms of antidepressants may fail to respond to such treatment at all.

Meet The Team at Save Minds

Our doctors have been practicing their profession for years, highly trained, and gained the trust of many of our clients. Their goal is to provide the optimum level of care, and with this, they were able to earn exemplary recognition in their respective specialization.

Sahana Yadhunanthanan, Chief Operating Officer

I studied sociology at the University of Warwick and had an understanding of human society and social problems within the society. I then studied law with a focus on human rights, and to that effect have been heavily involved in charities, helping victims of violence and human rights abuse. This gave me an insight into the prevalence of mental health illness in our society, and the toll it takes on young and old alike. When the opportunity arose at Save Minds, I embraced the challenge of reshaping the care, treatment, and support of mental health illness. I am passionate to change the stigma associated with mental health illness in our society, and to work towards making psychedelic treatment available throughout the United Kingdom. I want to enable society to accept the change of direction in treatment, and make people realise their potential and achieve their aims in life.

Raj Umayavan Yadhunanthanan, Vice President Business Development

I hold an LLB law degree and postgraduate diploma in Legal Practice Course with a commendation. I founded my very own business, the fitness technology company Rotator Shield at the age of 21 and have also been involved in the process of expansion at Save Minds Limited. The Rotators Shield brings a new dimension to fitness training, offering sports conditioning, physiotherapy, and rehabilitation. Whereas Save Minds Limited focuses purely on the mental rehabilitation. The key to a healthy body is not just fitness but also the mindset. It’s vital to ensure that your mind is healthy and rehabilitated. The treatment provided at Save Minds focuses on individuals suffering from PTSD, depression, and severe anxiety. Depression can be crippling. It’s important for the younger generation to realise how mental health is just as important as fitness. My goal is to engage both the young and the old to understand how mental fitness and physical fitness brought together creates a healthy body, instead of just one or the other.

Business Development

Patrick Morton, Business Development

Patrick is a capital markets professional with 17 years experience, primarily with global investment banking firms RBC Capital Markets and Macquarie Securities in equity research. He is the co-founder of Cannabis Invest UK, which hosts the largest professional cannabis investment conference in the UK and Europe, featuring $50 billion of presenting companies and $100 billion of investors AUM. He is former CEO of Supreme Heights Limited a venture capital fund focused on investing in early-stage UK and European CBD startups. Patrick holds a Bcomm with Distinction from McGill University and is a CFA Charterholder.

Integral Psychotherapist

James Clifton, Integral Psychotherapist, Dip-Psych, MBACP

For more than 3 decades James has studied many of the world’s perennial philosophies and engaged fully in a number of the great contemplative wisdom traditions, with specific interest in extra-ordinary states of consciousness and psychedelics. Trained formally in 1996 in transpersonal psychotherapy and counselling and integral coaching and with 25 years of experience working with depression, trauma and addiction, he is uniquely experienced at tracking tension and points of change and developmental growth in individuals and groups. James brings many years of experience guiding others through legal psychedelic facilitation, preparation and integration support, which allows him to fully understand the role of these compounds as catalysts for authentic transformation.

Sacha Khan, Integral Psychotherapist

Sacha Khan completed his undergraduate degree in economics at UCL in 1994. His focus on game theory and western philosophy led to an increasing interest in the interactions between belief and behaviour. He subsequently embarked upon training in hypnotherapy and psychotherapy with the National College, and became UKCP registered four years later. At that time, his practice specialized in performance enhancement and the mental aspects of physical illness and pain. Sacha went on to complete his Masters degree in Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavioural therapy at Goldsmith’s College, University of London. In 2002 he joined the nationally-renowned institution The Priory, Roehampton as a Cognitive Behaviour Therapist working in all aspects of adult mental health including anxiety disorders, depression, somatoform disorders, post-traumatic disorders and schizophrenia. Sacha completed further training in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy with Oxford University and now uses this (as per the NICE guidelines) as an approach for, amongst other things, significantly reducing relapse in depressive illness. He has taken this focus on mindfulness-based therapy, as well as acceptance and commitment therapy, into his current practice. Sacha is also interested in EMDR both as an approach to trauma-related illness and as a way of unlocking and processing unpleasant memories to greatly enhance individual potential.

Psychiatrist

Dr. Paul Morrison, Psychiatrist

Dr Paul Morrison is a private psychiatrist in London. He has over 20 years experience in the treatment of mental illness. He is recognised as an expert in pharmacology and neuroscience. Paul is committed to the best, most modern practice in psychiatry. He writes a blog to make topics in contemporary psychiatry readable and accessible. He continues to see patients as an NHS consultant psychiatrist. Paul is an academic psychiatrist. He is a clinical senior lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. He is also an honorary senior lecturer at University College London. Paul lectures on a number of postgraduate courses in neuroscience, psychiatry and addiction. He is also an external examiner in neuroscience and mental health at Imperial College London. As a leading UK psychiatrist, Paul manages a high-quality research programme. His group have achieved very important clinical findings with the molecule Cannabidiol. Paul is in demand as a speaker at scientific meetings for psychiatrists worldwide. Maudsley Guidelines Advanced prescribing in psychosis cover. Paul is the lead author on the highly-regarded Maudsley Guidelines on Advanced Prescribing in Psychosis. Paul’s clinical philosophy is to create a space in which the patient and their psychiatrist can work together in close collaboration to enhance insight and recovery. The aim is swift and sustained relief from symptoms and disability, taking advantage of the best and most recent developments in psychopharmacology.

Vimal Sivasanker, Psychiatrist

Dr. Vimal Sivasanker is a consultant in general adult psychiatry, who offers treatment for a wide range of psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder, and complex psychological problems such as bipolar affective disorder (manic depression) and psychosis. Dr. Sivasanker has consulting rooms at the London Medical Centre, Harley Street, London. Dr. Vimal Sivasanker has an interest in neuromodulation for psychiatric disorders and is currently Vice-Chair of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Committee on ECT and Related Treatments. In addition, he is involved in developing and revising national standards for these services and conducting peer reviews. He also has an interest in medical education and has written on this and developed training competencies for the College, as well as delivering training at local, national, and international levels.
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