Ketamine therapy

ketamine alcohol and drug abuse

For appointments call (480) 626–2727


Leah Boyd, BA, BHT, CM

Leah Boyd, BA, BHT, CM

Director of Development & Outreach

Leah recently joined Arizona Ketamine Treatment and Research Institute as our Director of Development Outreach. She comes with a wealth of experience in marketing and business development within the behavioral health community. An Arizona native, Leah graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in communications. Leah’s passion for behavioral health began as a social worker in 2005, she later worked as a case manager, and most recently handled community relations for Aurora Behavioral Health System. She formed many relationships with healthcare providers and staff that have lasted over the past 13 years. Leah is excited for the opportunity to spread the word about what we do, helping us grow into new market areas. You can always find Leah visiting with providers or spending time with her family.

What her co-workers are saying, “One of Leah’s greatest strengths is her ability to connect with people. She was very adept at developing good relationships in a short period of time. She is genuine and caring.”

Jason Babcock, MBA, CMPE

Jason Babcock, MBA, CMPE

Practice Administrator and CEO of Arizona Ketamine Treatment and Research

Jason is the Practice Administrator and CEO of Arizona Ketamine Treatment and Research. Mr. Babcock brings over 25 years of healthcare administration experience to the organization with a strong background in finance, business development, operational improvement, marketing, and customer service to AKTARI. Jason received his master’s degree from the University of Phoenix with a concentration on healthcare administration. He is an active member of the Medical Group Managers Association, American Academy of Professional Coders, and a Certified Medical Practice Executive with the American College of Medical Practice Executives.

What his co-workers are saying, “Jason is an effective leader and knows how to motivate others. His ability to raise people up and get them to see the good in themselves drives them to make the practice more successful.”