We are a collective of Independent Practitioners who have come together with the common goal of advancing Psychedelic Therapies here in New Mexico. You will find a link to each practitioner's website and may contact the therapist you are interested in working with directly. We work together to offer Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy with our Ketamine providers.
Our MDMA Expanded Access will shortly begin taking applications for treatment that we expect to begin this Fall. We will only be able to accept 5 patients at this time due to the limit the FDA currently has for Expanded Access. We are currently fundraising to help provide scholarships for those with an inability to access this treatment due to the current high cost. If you would like to help support someone to go through this program, please consider making a donation to MAPS specifically for our site here: https://store.maps.org/donation.jsp?campaign=197&
Every dollar counts.
Please consider making a $25, $50, $100 or more today to help with our scholarships.
Thank you for your kind generosity.
We are a Collaborative Collective of Independent Practitioners
Family Nurse Practitioner 505.570.7858
Dana Tsyconyea Simmons
ATR-P, LMHC, LMT, CCHT, TSomT
MDMA Therapy Therapist, KAP Provider &
Psychedelic Prep & Integration
Dr. Mahan Boyd, MD
Site Physician/ Ketamine Provider
Functional, integrative psychiatry transcends the conventional medical model of mental health by treating the root causes of psychiatric symptoms. Symptom management alone is not enough to attain a state of optimum health and well-being.
To appropriately address the root causes of mental health disorders, Dr. Boyd applies holistic principles to bring balance, harmony and peace back into your life.
Dr. Ken Stewart, MD,
Site Physician/ Ketamine Provider
Dr. Stewart’s medical background began with combat medicine during the Vietnam war, early emergency medical services and eventually into the practice of emergency medicine for more than 25 years. He trained at the University of Washington and University of New Mexico. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine as well as a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Stewart served as chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Gallup Indian Medical Center where he worked for over 20 years and was instrumental developing their Trauma program. He has been a member of the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as a board certified acupuncturist trained in Chinese and herbal medicine. Dr. Stewart has a sub-specialty in Hyperbaric and Dive Medicine.
Roberto Weiz PHD. LPCC
MDMA Assisted Therapy Therapist
Bryan is a graduate of Southwestern College, where he earned his M.A. in Art therapy/Counseling, and is currently a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of New Mexico.
Bryan’s graduate studies and internship experiences focused on individual, couples, family and group therapy, with an emphasis on utilizing art therapy as an integration process. Bryan has worked with individuals on a wide-range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, addiction, relationship stress, codependency, adjustment and attachment disorders, spiritual crises, and processing and integrating non-ordinary states and experiences.
Prior to earning his M.A. in 2019, Bryan worked for seventeen combined years in community mental health and outreach, art education, and coaching and advising, throughout Oregon, New Mexico, and Texas. He served in a variety of roles, including community inclusion specialist, support assistant, academic coach, group facilitator, art educator and art integration specialist.
Bryan is currently involved in psychedelic-assisted therapy research through MAPS, and is trained in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy from the Ketamine Training Institute, as well as psychedelic-assisted therapy with trauma dynamics and somatic experiencing.
Art Therapist, LMHC