Helpful Links

Kalypso Referrals

At Kalypso, we hope to dramatically improve your symptoms and reduce your medication use.  However, we also feel strongly that after your infusions you should follow up with your primary doctor.  If you need a mental health provider, please click on link below for Kalypso’s preferred providers to ensure you get appropriate follow up and therapy.

Core Performance

We are excited to work with Core Performance on a collaborative approach for reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. At Kalypso Wellness, our ketamine infusions help to RESET neural pathways.  Coupled with Core Performance’s proven step by step system we hope to enhance the desired outcome of Kalypso Ketamine® treatments.

Suicide Prevention

If you’re feeling suicidal and are not sure if you can stay safe, please call 911 or one of the hotlines below:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-TALK (8255)

Treatment Advocacy Center
800-SUICIDE (800-784–2433)

San Antonio

Chronic Pain Resource Center of South Texas

Chronic pain can affect all areas of an individuals life including  work, income, relationships, self esteem and sense of worth. Some emotional responses to chronic pain can include depression, anxiety, anger, and sleep problems. If you are experiencing some of these symptoms and would like to find support, please give us them a call at (210) 848-4959.

Dr Lindsay Bira

Lindsay Bira, Ph.D., clinical health psychologist, is a preferred behavioral health provider for Kalypso. She offers brief, evidence-based therapy as an addition to ketamine infusions to target issues and maximize positive effects. Sessions are offered by video and can be as short as 15 minutes.

Dr. Bira a clinical health psychologist, TEDx speaker, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UT Health San Antonio.  She has clinical research specialty in behavioral medicine and PTSD/trauma. Dr. Bira received her Ph.D. in clinical health psychology from University of Miami.  She completed residency with Harvard Medical School and Boston University School of Medicine before completing an additional 2-year fellowship in trauma psychology. Dr. Bira has been featured by TEDx, Texas Public Radio, Women’s Health Magazine, Headspace, Science, Nature Biotech, and more for her work in PTSD, mindfulness, brain health and personal growth.  She is passionate about breaking stigma around mental health to improve wellbeing, and values platforms that help her with that mission. (210) 920-5469