Who we are

 Our Philosophy 

A Mind’s Journey strives to bring hope and knowledge to those suffering from treatment resistant depression, postpartum depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). We were motivated by the tremendous success of ketamine treatment, which has been proven to rapidly decrease, serious depression symptoms, including thoughts of suicide. After researching the outcomes of ketamine, a drug that has been safely used in clinical practice for decades, we were excited to make ketamine treatment available to the many individuals and families plagued by debilitating mental health conditions in Utah.
A Minds Journey is committed to providing the best possible medical care by using the latest monitoring and safety equipment. If you believe that ketamine therapy might be a viable treatment for you or a loved one who is struggling with mental health, we would like to help.
Cory Speaker with a horse
Cory Speaker
Cory SpeakerCMHC

Cory Speaker is a trauma specialist and psychedelic assisted psychotherapist. Cory brings a depth of experience in working with clients who have significant trauma and/or addiction concerns. She is trained in multiple modalities including EMDR, Brain Spotting, CPT, and ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy). Cory integrates these specialties into the ketamine therapy to help clients identify underlying problems.

Cory helps individuals, couples, families, who have been affected by substance abuse and/or mental illness by processing emotions and traumas that interfere with their ability to obtain a productive life and well-being. Cory’s past experience and education have prepared her to help people with severe and chronic mental health disorders.
Cory has been trained in Ketamine assisted psychotherapy (KAP). She was also trained throughthe Ketamine Training Center by Phil Wolfson who is the leading researcher on Ketamine and Ketamine assisted therapy.

Tracey M. Tranter is a board certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She completed her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing at the University of Utah in 2012, and has been working as a nurse in labor and delivery since 2005. She has worked with several treatment centers in Utah assisting people with mental health; over time she has developed an interest in addiction medicine and Ketamine therapy.

Tracey has worked at University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute, learning about mood disorders, personality disorders, and working with adolescents as well as older-generation adults. She has an impressive depth of experience caring for those undergoing ketamine therapy, and working in this exciting area of psychiatry is her passion.
Tracey has been trained in Ketamine assisted psychotherapy (KAP). She was also trained through the Ketamine Training Center by Phil Wolfson who is the leading researcher on Ketamine and Ketamine assisted therapy.
Tracey Tranter
Tracey TranterRN, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
The Ketamine Training Center