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Daytryp Health Announces Opening of Flagship Location in Phoenix, AZ

Daytryp Health, an up-and-coming psychedelic wellness center, announced today the opening of their first location in Phoenix, AZ. It is one of many locations that Daytryp is planning to open in 2023 and beyond. Located in the Arcadia neighborhood, the Phoenix location is the first Daytryp Health center to open this year, and will be followed by locations in Mesa, AZ and Bend, OR.Daytryp Health, an up-and-coming psychedelic wellness center, announced today the opening of their first location in Phoenix, AZ. It is one of many location...

Daytryp Health, an up-and-coming psychedelic wellness center, announced today the opening of their first location in Phoenix, AZ. It is one of many locations that Daytryp is planning to open in 2023 and beyond. Located in the Arcadia neighborhood, the Phoenix location is the first Daytryp Health center to open this year, and will be followed by locations in Mesa, AZ and Bend, OR.

Daytryp Health, an up-and-coming psychedelic wellness center, announced today the opening of their first location in Phoenix, AZ. It is one of many locations that Daytryp is planning to open in 2023 and beyond. Located in the Arcadia neighborhood, the Phoenix location is the first Daytryp Health center to open this year, and will be followed by locations in Mesa, AZ and Bend, OR.

Daytryp Health centers provide medically supervised ketamine therapy programs combined with psychotherapy in a tranquil, elegant atmosphere. Ketamine is a legal psychedelic compound that has been proven to help those suffering from treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), chronic pain, migraines, eating disorders, suicidal ideation, and substance and alcohol use disorders. Ketamine induces neuroplasticity, which is the brain's ability to change – to rewire, relearn and strengthen important connections. Neuroplasticity occurs after every ketamine treatment and can last for many days, providing the opportunity to quite literally “change people’s minds,” as well as their lives.

With the opening of the Phoenix office, Daytryp intends to establish itself as a pillar in the community, providing education on the efficacy and safety of psychedelic therapies on physical, emotional, and mental health. Unlike the majority of existing ketamine clinics, Daytryp applies a holistic approach to wellness with an emphasis on the integration process. The integration process refers to a number of ways in which Daytryp practitioners and “trip sitters” assist clients in processing and incorporating the insights gained from their ketamine treatment. Daytryp will also be participating in clinical trials of additional psychedelic treatments including psilocybin therapy and MDMA therapy.

Chris Cohn, founder and CEO of Daytryp Health stated, "We are very excited to announce Daytryp Health to our community and expand our reach in offering a groundbreaking, proven, and impactful mental health treatment via Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy. We will emphasize the integration aspect of these therapies, therefore focusing on sustained relief from mental and spiritual health ailments. Our extensive research and clinical experience will provide those suffering from mental, physical, and spiritual ailments with novel and effective treatment pathways. Additionally, Daytryp will provide a vital role in educating providers and consumers about the therapeutic potential of safely utilizing psychedelic compounds in response to the ongoing mental health epidemic."

Chris Cohn spent the prior 15 years as Founder and CEO of a large drug and alcohol rehab program in Scottsdale, AZ. "After exiting the inpatient drug and alcohol rehab space after 15 years, I cosmically stumbled upon the world of psychedelic medicines for my own mental and spiritual healing. I knew in my heart this was the direction I wanted to go, particularly after all the clinical trials proved these psychedelic medicines to be so effective in healing many mental health ailments including substance abuse addiction, which I'm still very passionate about," said Cohn.

About Daytryp Health Envisioned by leading mental health and psychedelic healthcare professionals, Daytryp Health is a privately owned family of psychedelic wellness centers in Arizona and Oregon, providing personalized treatment to help individuals and their loved ones break free from the cycle of chronic mental health and pain conditions.

For more information, please visit https://www.daytryp.com or call 1-833-DAYTRYP

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Liquid Arizona: Take-Home Barrels from Citizen Public House

Love the ground-breaking barreled cocktails at Citizen Public House? Adopt one.Many moons ago – 120 of them, roughly – Citizen Public House in Scottsdale pioneered the barrel-aged cocktail trend in the Valley behind founding bar wunderkind Richie Moe. One of Moe’s ingenious tricks: Coating the micro-size barrels in sea salt and letting them bake in the hot Arizona sun to simulate the harsh lashings of sea water and sun on cognac barrels strapped to the decks of old-time freighters, which massag...

Love the ground-breaking barreled cocktails at Citizen Public House? Adopt one.

Many moons ago120 of them, roughly – Citizen Public House in Scottsdale pioneered the barrel-aged cocktail trend in the Valley behind founding bar wunderkind Richie Moe. One of Moe’s ingenious tricks: Coating the micro-size barrels in sea salt and letting them bake in the hot Arizona sun to simulate the harsh lashings of sea water and sun on cognac barrels strapped to the decks of old-time freighters, which massaged the liquid inside due to expansion and contraction of the wood staves. Whew. With that kind of institutional know-how, it’s little wonder CPH is now the first Valley restaurant to offer take-home barrels of Manhattans and the like to customers. The gastropub’s beverage director, Kurtis Williams, tapped one for us.

– Williams and his team start by soaking the 2-liter neutral oak barrels in water to “make the [staves] expand and stay tight,” a CPH barman reports.

– For the barreled Manhattan, the CPH team mixes Four Roses bourbon with Casa Martelletti vermouth, house-made tabacco bitters and a touch of maple syrup. The batched cocktail then rests in the barrel for six to eight weeks.

– At home, your adopted barrel will give you 12 to 16 cocktails. “And you get to keep it, which is a cool collector’s item,” the barman reports. Our suggestion: Use it to start a barreling program of your own.

– The take-home barrel will only be available through the holidays, but CPH’s barreled cocktails – including Negronis – are available at the restaurant year round.

Beer of the Month

We try to favor stouts and other dark, malty styles in this space during the winter months, but seeing as this is one of the first canned releases from RoRo-adjacent Roses by the Stairs Brewing, which opened just last May in the old Easley’s Fun Shop space, well, newness trumps tint. Described as a “West Coast hazy,” it’s a bright, well-structured IPA that stands apart from the exquisite farmhouse styles that otherwise dominate the brewery’s product line, with scads of Nelson hops that brewer Robert Rosemann uses to evoke a certain white wine dryness. If you haven’t visited the brewery yet, First Date makes for a nice meet-cute. Available at Arcadia Premium and other fine beer stores. rosesbythestairsbrewing.com

Holiday gifts: How to find best Arizona HS boys basketball tournaments, players

With the upcoming holidays, here is The Arizona Republic's guide to finding the best boys basketball high school tournaments, games and players.You might need a travel budget to get to some really good tournaments to see top-notch hoops. There are teams going to Las Vegas, San Diego and Hawaii.Here's your holiday hoops guide:Visit Mesa ChallengeDates: Monday-Thursday.Where: Mesa Mountain View, Mesa Red Mountain, Mesa Westwood.Teams i...

With the upcoming holidays, here is The Arizona Republic's guide to finding the best boys basketball high school tournaments, games and players.

You might need a travel budget to get to some really good tournaments to see top-notch hoops. There are teams going to Las Vegas, San Diego and Hawaii.

Here's your holiday hoops guide:

Visit Mesa Challenge

Dates: Monday-Thursday.

Where: Mesa Mountain View, Mesa Red Mountain, Mesa Westwood.

Teams in Mountain View bracket: Phoenix Pinnacle, Gilbert Higley, ThunderRidge (Colorado), Tucson Salpointe Catholic, Phoenix Brophy Prep, Brookyln Collegiate (New York), Jefferson (New York), Benet Academy (Illinois), Olympia (Washington), Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep, Federal Way (Washington), Glendale Ironwood, Mesa Mountain View, Corner Canyon (Utah), Gilbert Perry, Snow Canyon (Utah).

Teams in the Red Mountain bracket: Gilbert Campo Verde, Patrick Henry (California), Maricopa, Gilbert Mesquite, Smoky Hill (Colorado), Red Mountain, Pima, Rock Canyon (Colorado).

Teams at Westwood bracket: Scottsdale Chaparral, Oak Hills (California), Otay Ranch (California), Overland (Colorado), Peoria, Scottsdale Rancho Solano Prep, Phoenix Sunnyslope, Westwood.

Top players to see: Koa Peat, Perry, 6-8, So.; Cody Williams, Perry, 6-8, Sr.; Arman Madi, Brophy Prep, 6-6, Sr.; Brigg Wolfe, Mountain View, 6-4, Sr.; Brennan Peterson, Notre Dame, 6-0, So.; Max Toombs, Corner Canyon, 6-2, Sr.; Owen Mackay, Snow Canyon, 6-5, Jr.; Isaiah Kai, Campo Verde, 6-0, Sr.; Braeden Speed, Brophy Prep, 6-3, Jr.; CohenJ Gonzales, Mesquite, 5-9, Sr.; Duce Robinson, Pinnacle, 6-6, Sr.; Jayden Johnson, Brooklyn Collegiate, 6-1, Jr.; Charlie Spann, ThunderRidge, 6-5, Jr.; Andrew Camacho, Peoria, 6-1, Sr.; John Mattingly, Sunnyslope, 6-0, Fr.; Matthew Green, Chaparral, 6-3, Sr.; Royce Ramos, Rancho Solano Prep, 6-6, Sr.; Isaiah Afework, Federal Way, 6-5, Sr.

Outlook: This is the 15th year for this showcase and the most expanded version. This is the first time the showcase is being held at three sites, not just Mountain View. Most of the teams are at Mountain View, where games will start at 10 a.m. each day. At Red Mountain and Westwood, the games begin at 1:30 p.m. each day. The best first-day game appears to be Perry, the top-rated team in Arizona, against Utah's Snow Canyon (6-2) at 8:30 p.m. Monday at Mountain View.

McClintock Holiday Shootout

Dates: Dec. 26-29.

Where: McClintock High School.

Teams: Anthem Boulder Creek, Mesa Dobson, Scottsdale Desert Mountain, Tempe Corona del Sol, Chandler Basha, Phoenix Desert Vista, McClintock, Phoenix Arcadia, Phoenix Mountain Pointe, Scottsdale Saguaro, Glendale Apollo, Chandler Hamilton, Peoria Liberty, Tempe, Gilbert Highland, Surprise Valley Vista.

Top players to see: Kaden House, Desert Mountain, 6-3, Fr.; Caden Hunter, Liberty, 6-5, Sr.; Davis Hester, Liberty, 6-0, Sr.; Jamison Fox, Arcadia, 6-7, So.; Mason Magee, Basha, 5-11, Fr.; Torin Bosch, Basha, 6-4, Sr.; Donovan Beard, Dobson, 6-1, Jr.; Bhesania Andrew, Boulder Creek, 6-8, So.; Noah Peterson, Highland, 6-3, Sr.

Outlook: This is a bracketed tournament with the championship on Dec. 29 at 7 p.m. The first two days of the tournament games begin at 10 a.m. The second two days games start at 2:30 p.m. The best first-round game appears to be Boulder Creek (5-1) against Dobson (8-2) at 10 a.m. A Basha-Liberty championship game might be the most likeliest.

Pima CC Christmas Tournament

Dates: Dec. 20-23.

Where: Pima Community College, Tucson.

Teams: Chandler, Tucson Cholla, American Leadership Queen Creek, Tucson Palo Verde, Tucson Amphitheater, Yuma Cibola, Tucson Flowing Wells, Tucson The Gregory School, Tucson Sahuaro, American Leadership Gilbert North, Tucson Pusch Ridge, Tucson, American Leadership Ironwood, Tucson Pueblo, Payson, Tucson Mica Mountain.

Top players to see: Dylan Novak, ALA Gilbert North, 6-1, So.; Derek Stanley, Cibola, 6-5, Sr.; Masai Dean, Cholla, 6-1, Sr.; Layfe Clarkson, ALA Queen Creek, 6-3, So.; Isaiah Hill, Pueblo, 5-9, Jr.

Outlook: ALA Gilbert North and Cholla might be the top two teams in the field. ALA Gilbert North, 11-0, led by point guard Novak, who is averaging 23 points. Masai Dean leads 9-1 Cholla with 25 points a game.

Judy Dixon Tournament

Dates: Dec. 26-29.

Where: Phoenix Greenway High School.

Teams: Prescott, Glendale Mountain Ridge, Greenway, Phoenix Thunderbird, Tucson Catalina Foothills, Flagstaff Coconino, Glendale, Mesa Skyline, El Mirage Dysart, Phoenix Moon Valley, Goodyear Estrella Foothills, Avondale Westview.

Top players to see: Noah Amenhauser, Estrella Foothills, 7-1, Sr.; Uriah Tenette, Prescott, 5-9, So.; Marshall Kerley, Thunderbird, 6-6, Sr.; Jaquari Williams, Westview, 6-0, Sr.; Andy Saeva, Mountain Ridge, 6-1, Jr.; Ivory Washington, Coconino, 6-1, Sr.; Nate Morales, Dysart, 6-0, Jr.

Outlook: Prescott, Catalina Foothills and Westview have gotten off to good starts.

Winter Hoops Shootout

Dates: Dec. 27-29.

Where: Glendale Cactus.

Teams: Cactus, Paradise Valley, Phoenix Cortez, Queen Creek, North Valley Christian, Phoenix Alhambra, Bradshaw Mountain, Phoenix Barry Goldwater, Cave Creek Cactus Shadows, Yuma Catholic, Yuma Gila Ridge, Glendale Raymond S. Kellis, Phoenix Trevor Browne, Avondale West Point, Corona del Mar (California).

Top players to see: Bradey Henige, Cactus, 7-0, Jr.; Dante Landis, Bradshaw Mountain, 6-6, Sr.; A.J. Marsh, Kellis, 5-7, Jr.; Josh Adams, Cactus Shadows, 6-2, Sr.

Outlook: Cactus has a good chance of winning its tournament with 7-foot junior Bradey Henige off to a monster season, averaging 30 points and 22 rebounds. He recently had a 50-point, 23-rebound game against Northwest Christian.

New leaders for 129 missions have been announced—find out who and where they’re serving

The Church has just announced new mission leaders for 129 missions around the world. Leaders for the Colorado Colorado Springs Mission, Arkansas Little Rock Mission, Washington Tacoma Mission, Argentina Mendoza Mission, and the Argentina Rosario Mission will be announced at a later date.The full list of new leadership includes 18 missions in Africa, 11 in Asia, 27 in South America, 53 in North America, 8 in Central America, 14 in Europe, and three in the Pacific.Among the new mission presidents is President Davis M. Smith and h...

The Church has just announced new mission leaders for 129 missions around the world. Leaders for the Colorado Colorado Springs Mission, Arkansas Little Rock Mission, Washington Tacoma Mission, Argentina Mendoza Mission, and the Argentina Rosario Mission will be announced at a later date.

The full list of new leadership includes 18 missions in Africa, 11 in Asia, 27 in South America, 53 in North America, 8 in Central America, 14 in Europe, and three in the Pacific.

Among the new mission presidents is President Davis M. Smith and his wife Asialene, who have been called to preside over the Brazil Recife North Mission. Smith is the founder and former CEO of Cotopaxi, an international outdoor apparel company. You can read Smith’s heartfelt announcement about his calling to serve as a mission president on his LinkedIn here.

The new mission presidents for the six new missions opening in 2023 have also been announced. These leaders will be opening the Cote d’Ivoire Abidjan North Mission, the Democratic Republic of the Congo Kananga Mission, the Nigeria Aba Mission, the Nigeria Abuja Mission, the South Africa Pretoria Mission, and the Romania Bucharest Mission.

All of the newly called leadership couples will begin their three-year service in July of 2023. Here are some of the couples who have been called and assigned:

Mission Name | Leaders Called

Maryland Baltimore: Robert J. and Patricia Brigham

Michigan Lansing: Gene and Karen Peckham

New Jersey Morristown: S. Mario and Karla K. Durrant

Ohio Columbus: David T. and Heather Brockbank

Pennsylvania Pittsburgh: R. Scott and Janny P. Hoffman

Florida Fort Lauderdale: David W. and Jennifer J. Cluff

Georgia Atlanta North: Russell V. and Shawna Judd

Kentucky Louisville: David B. and Lori McGinn

Louisiana Baton Rouge: Michael C. and Holly J. Smuin

North Carolina Raleigh: John and Marcia Kirk Stevens

South Carolina Columbia: Scott and Deanna Hamblin

Tennessee Knoxville: Mark and Kimberly Barlow

Arizona Phoenix: Cory D. and Carrilyn M. Fisk

Arizona Scottsdale: Scott and AnnaLisa Stratton

Arizona Tucson: Chris W. and Lesley P. Woodfield

Nevada Las Vegas: Carl D. and Emily Liljenquist Vance

Nevada Reno: Robert and Cyneil Saxton

Texas Austin: Gary F. and Marci Carter

Texas Dallas East: Donald B. and Andrea Taylor

Texas Dallas West: Jonathan and Stacey Ord

Texas Houston: Jeffrey C. and Jill Whatcott McMullin

Texas Houston East: Steve and Becky Schmutz

Texas Lubbock: Jason L. and Jamie Langeveld

California Anaheim: Jerome G. and Beverly S. Galotera

California Arcadia: Brent D. and Elizabeth Jones

California Fresno: Jeff and Amy Davis

California Riverside: Clark R. and Teresa H. Hendrickson

California Roseville: Edward and LeAnn Basha

California Sacramento: Kenneth B. and Julianne Black

California San Jose: Benjamin S. and Rebecca Larson

California Santa Rosa: E. Mark and Elaine H. Quinn

California Ventura: Juan and Martha Rodriguez

Oregon Eugene: Christopher J. and Rhonda L. Cornelius

Oregon Portland: Benjamin and Sela Tupouvainiaku Botchway

You can read the full list of names and assignments on Church Newsroom.

Watch This Baker From Surprise Compete on Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship

Courtesy of Food NetworkA cake decorator from Surprise is among the dozen bakers from across the country competing on Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship. Aaron Davis says as soon as he learned to use the TV remote, he was watching Food Network. Now he's vying for bragging rights and $25,000 on the holiday baking competition's ninth season.“Having the opportunity to be on Food Network to ...

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A cake decorator from Surprise is among the dozen bakers from across the country competing on Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship.

Aaron Davis says as soon as he learned to use the TV remote, he was watching Food Network. Now he's vying for bragging rights and $25,000 on the holiday baking competition's ninth season.

“Having the opportunity to be on Food Network to participate like this is something I’ve wanted to do my entire life,” he says.

Davis works at Abbie Cakes Sweet Kitchen, the custom cakery and bakeshop that has served confections and coffee since opening its doors on North Dysart Road in Litchfield Park in 2019.

After six years in the industry, Davis was ready for the challenge. He drew on his experience, which has included some competitive cooking. As a high school student, Davis trained for the Careers through Culinary Arts Program cooking competition, which tests students' ability in the kitchen for the opportunity to receive a postsecondary scholarship. Davis received a full-ride that he to use at the Culinary Institute of America.

“A combination of those things helped me a lot through this competition – having to stay level-headed, think on my feet, adapt as needed – but it was a really fun experience,” he says.

Davis has baked since he was a toddler. He grew up in the kitchen with his grandmother, who previously owned a bakery in California and sparked his affinity for pies and bread.

“Being in the kitchen is something I’ve always known that I wanted to do,” he says.

His tips for home bakers who are firing up their ovens this holiday season? Invest in a small kitchen scale. Davis says not only will it increase the accuracy and consistency in your baking but measuring everything into one bowl will also cut down on your time and dishes.

He also says to head to the fridge and pull out your butter – he leaves a pound or two on his counter at all times – and eggs. Having those ingredients at room temperature when you start baking helps ensure they will properly emulsify when you mix them together.

For Davis, the heat is on right now as he and the Abbie Cakes crew gear up for the holiday season. You can try some of the treats Davis made on Holiday Baking Championship there. He bakes seasonal scones for the shop and this month is baking hot chocolate scones with marshmallows. Stollen-inspired scones with almonds, rum-soaked fruit, candied citrus zest, and marzipan, are also available, and draw on a challenge where he put his own twist on a Chilean fruitcake.

Davis "will most definitely be doing some baking,” for his family when they celebrate the holidays, including pies, cinnamon rolls, and scones including a cranberry, orange, and pistachio batch his mom specifically requested.

Highlighting his family and heritage through his creations and decorations is something that the show put in focus for Davis, he says, and something he hopes to continue to do through his social media.

“I think of food as an extension of yourself, your story, and your life, so being able to bring more of that to the table has been really cool,” he says.

Spoilers ahead: As of episode 6, which aired on December 5, Davis has punched his ticket to the semifinals as one of the six remaining bakers.

He said connecting with the group was the best part of the experience, and he stays in touch with them over calls and texts, swapping recipes and visiting each other.

“We had a really good group of people, where we all genuinely cared about each other and the success of each other,” he said, adding that the diversity of bakers, from experience to personal background shows viewers the many ways people can approach each challenge. “It gives a really unique perspective to the viewers.”

Holiday Baking Championship: Airs Mondays, 6 p.m. on the Food Network or streaming on foodnetwork.com and Discovery+

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