Meet Our Provider Andrew Bryant
What I offer – I work with people who feel stuck in roles, patterns, and ruts but don’t know why; or who know why but can’t seem to find a path out of that stuck place. My role, as I see it, is to help you discover new capacities for relating to yourself to others and to the world so that you can feel less stuck, more free, and more engaged with life.
Where ketamine fits in – We all enter adulthood with a story or a “script” about who we are—and we often feel compelled to follow that script even when it limits who we can become. Many of us go through life repeating these patterns without knowing how to change, feeling discouraged, hopeless, and self-critical.
Compared to this familiar realm of experience, with all its old and habitual patterns of relating and being, ketamine offers a very different way of perceiving ourselves and the world. This awareness of another way of being can open us up to change on a level deeper than words and ideas. This embodied experience, with the support of ongoing therapy and inquiry, can help us feel into how to function and relate in new ways.
In my work with ketamine, I see my role as a steady, experienced, and welcoming guide, supporting you as you venture into new, unknown, and potentially transformative terrain. I welcome anything that comes up – there is space for everything you bring, everything you carry inside you, and everything that arises.
Invitation – If you’re ready to try something really new; and if you’re ready to stretch yourself on an inner adventure with compassion and curiosity about yourself and reality, I invite you to reach out!
More about me – I have worked with individuals, couples and families for over twelve years as psychotherapist and co-director of North Seattle Therapy & Counseling. In addition to my work in Ketamine-assisted Therapy, I have a clinical interest in ecopsychology, our relationship with nature, and the psychological impact of climate and ecological crisis (see my work at Climate & Mind).