[Ibogaine] Any tips on finding a good post-ibo counselor in MA/NH?
falleneden1 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 14:53:48 EDT 2013
I'll get the info; I don't have her skype name bc I have never done it that
way yet, but can give you general contact info- the best way to reach her
is call, and she'll give a call back. I fortunately didn't hit a huge
CBT-skepticism wall after my treatment because the psychologist was very
open, but her colleagues threw around terms like "placebo effect" etc. I
had a major advantage though in that I saw her both briefly before and
after treatment, and it was quite clear there was no placebo! That's why I
suggest with whoever you see, talk with them a few times beforehand and
notify them of your treatment date, then come back.. They'll know without a
doubt that the ibogaine did wonders for you! (This, actually, may have been
how I turned my CBT psych at the time into a believer- she was shocked!)
On Mar 12, 2013 11:44 AM, "fallen eden" <falleneden1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Buddist retreats, excellent idea as well!! Go Patrick, lol. Thanks Sara!
> On Mar 12, 2013 8:59 AM, "Sara Glatt" <sara119 at xs4all.nl> wrote:
>> Hello Dan,
>> What I have seen as a successful after care is a Buddhist retreat.
>> get to know yourself from within, learn how to deal with daily stress and
>> have inspiration, compassion around you, which will give you time to
>> your ibogaine experience, gain insights about your Ego, mind,body spirit.
>> when a person is challenging his own intellect to find ways to heal, it
>> will promote
>> your intuition, self-esteem, spiritual-growth and talents.
>> Good luck!
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