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Kansas Mental Health Medicine is a specialty clinic utilizing non-traditional medical approaches to treat mental illnesses such as Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, and Bipolar Disorder.  The providers at KMHM range from RNs to Advanced Nurse Practitioners to Medical Doctors who are knowledgeable on treatments ranging from Intravenous Ketamine Infusions to Light Therapy to Pharmaco-genomic Testing. We offer FDA approved Spravato (nasal Esketamine) and we do have some psychiatric medication management in-house as well. 

Our providers have a range of experience and have practiced in a wide range of settings including:  private hospitals, research facilities, universities, outpatient clinics, mental health centers, and many other atmospheres over the course of their careers and are eager to put their skills to work helping you.  We strive to make the patient experience here at KMHM as personal and friendly as possible with the ultimate goal of significant improvement in your life and functioning.  If traditional approaches have not worked for you, perhaps it’s time to consider “Taking New Approaches For Your Mental Health.”



Intranasal Spravato (Esketamine) Treatment


Spravato (Intranasal Esketamine) is a product introduced and approved by the FDA in 2019 for use in Treatment Resistant Depression in conjunction with an oral anti-depressant.  Kansas Mental Health Medicine is a certified treatment center for administering and monitoring of Spravato.  Jennifer Hubbard, APRN and Dr. Trever Krehbiel, MD are the primary providers involved in the administration of Spravato at KMHM.

Intravenous Ketamine Treatment


IV ketamine therapy is a revolutionary therapeutic approach to treating depression and anxiety disorders. Ketamine therapy is significantly more effective than all other pharmaceuticals, is very safe, and has no side effects. It is usually life-changing.

Several scientific studies, including those conducted at Yale University and the National Institute of Mental Health, have shown that low dose intravenously administered ketamine can dramatically improve symptoms associated with depression and many anxiety disorders. Often, even when other treatments have failed to provide any relief, IV ketamine is effective.

All new patients have a series of six infusions spaced over two or three weeks. Each infusion is 40 minutes long, painless, and well tolerated. Most patients experience significant relief during the series and many remain symptom free for extended periods of time following the initial treatment protocol.

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Medication Management


At Kansas Mental Health Medicine we do have some limited, in-house, more traditional “medication management” services for patients seeking traditional oral psychiatric medications for treatment of their mental illnesses. Kurt Leis, APRN provides our medication evaluation and management services.



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Trever Krehbiel, MD


Kurt Leis


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Jennifer Hubbard




“I was hopeless and out of options.  My medications were no longer working and my depression was worsening and leading to suicidal thoughts to say the least.  After the 1st 6 treatments of Ketamine, I was clearly on the road to recovery.  I felt alive again and full of hope.  I could never be so thankful to have this as a treatment option.  Thank you so much to Dr. Krehbiel and his wonderful staff at Kansas Mental Health Medicine.”




Our Address

8748 W 151st St.

Overland Park, KS 66223

kmhm@kmhm.org \\ Tel: 913-386-3800

Office Hours

Monday  9AM – 6PM

Tuesday (phones open only)

Wednesday  9AM – 6PM

Thursday 7AM - 4PM

Friday  8AM – 12PM


Our Address

6432 E 34th St.  

Suite 100

Wichita, KS 67226

kmhm@kmhm.org \\ Tel: 316.260.8700

Office Hours

Monday  7AM – 7PM

Tuesday 8AM - 5PM

Wednesday  7AM –  7PM

Thursday 8AM - 5PM

Friday  7AM – 12PM