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B. Harrison Levine, MD, MPH provides treatment to Children, Adolescents, Teens, and Young Adult patients throughout Colorado

What we doWe treat most psychiatric conditions

We treat a wide range of neurological and/or developmental challenges, or major medical issues.

Whatever the diagnoses, Dr. Levine works collaboratively with all caregivers, including family members, schools, and other professionals involved in the patient’s ongoing treatment. He also provides medication management and refers cases to trusted psychologists and therapists where appropriate.

While Dr. Levine does not accept or bill any insurance and is not on any insurance panels, he does provide a detailed invoice at the end of each month for patients and/or their families to submit to their insurance companies for reimbursement of costs according to their own plans. Payment is due at the time of service.
  • Ketamine Assisted Therapy
  • KAT Protocol

What is Ketamine Assisted Therapy?

In addition to more “typical” psychiatric medicines to treat mood disorders, we now use Ketamine RDT (rapidly dissolving tablets) in the context of an excellent treatment protocol, using the most currently available evidence-base to inform this approach. Ketamine has an approximately 50 years’ use in medicine as an anesthetic, typically involving intravenous infusions or injections. At the same time, it was notable that this medicine had the unique ability to help a person remit their major depressive illness or suicidality, although this “effect” was short-lived. Over time, with the help of a changing society’s appreciation of these “alternative” approaches, the use of ketamine to treat and provide rapid relief of symptoms to a variety of psychiatric illnesses (including depression, anxiety and PTSD) has been extraordinarily effective, especially for those who are unable to tolerate the more “classic” serotonin-based antidepressants.

How Does It Work?

The typical protocol includes 6 sessions ($525 per session) including approximately 1 hour for the ketamine treatment and an additional hour to relax prior to departing the office. The person must have a ride from the office (as they will have sedation during the visit) and they are advised not to drive or use any heavy machinery for the remainder of that day. A person should plan to spend at least two hours in the office. Treatments are done 2-3 times per week, depending upon a number of factors. The total treatment should take approximately 3 weeks.

There is nothing to bring as everything will be provided. The whole process requires about 1.5-2 weeks of preparation from the moment a person makes their appointment. Most people feel much better at the conclusion. If there is any need to change this protocol to better assist a specific patient, we are happy to make accommodations.


"The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind."
- William James
Services we provide

We Can Help

Diagnosis and treatment
Comprehensive Assessments and Individualized Treatment Plans
Medication management
Expert Prescribing and Ongoing Medication Support
Crisis intervention
Immediate Support and Safety Planning during Mental Health Emergencies
Collaborative care
Holistic Approach for Integrated Treatment
Health Issues
Addressing a Range of Mental Health Concerns and Emotional Well-being
Specialized Services for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum and their loved ones.

Mental Health For Adults, Children, Couples & Families.


We will provide you with a comprehensive evaluations and assessments to gain a deeper understanding of your unique needs and develop personalized treatment plans.

Medication Managment

Dr. Levine offers expert medication management services, ensuring safe and effective prescription of medications tailored to your specific mental health requirements.

Ketamine Therapy

Explore the transformative potential of ketamine therapy under the guidance of Dr. Levine, as we strive to provide innovative solutions for mood disorders and treatment-resistant conditions.