We have carefully hand-selected the following therapies, as part of our detox plan and recovery program. These therapies help you on a physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual level, in order to make your transition into a sober lifestyle, as easy as possible, after your Ibogaine treatment.
We are here to help you create new habits, as you remove your old habit, which was your addiction, with something that is positive and supportive, to the new life you want to life.
Helps the addict to prepare for and post-integrate components of the spiritual visions associated with 70% of Ibogaine experiences. It also helps to access subconscious components of addictive thoughts and behaviors along with aiding in the surfacing of possible repressed memories or minimized aspects of self.
Is particularly beneficial for recovering addicts to learn as they help train the mind and body to co-exist and be with life events, thoughts and emotions. Meditation creates new resting norms and vibrations of being and existence with respect to body and mind in comparison to using states. Meditation also encourages the ability to create space in between the thought of using and the act of using
Essential for recovering addicts as circadian rhythms are unbalanced. Sleep training helps decrease the mental frustration and irritation associated with sleep difficulties. On a neurological somatic level, sleep is fundamentally important as it increases melatonin levels. Melatonin converts to serotonin, and serotonin is primarily responsible for elevated states of mood.
An externalized way for the addict to identify with disowned and/or minimized parts and of the self. It opens up new levels of connection with the addiction. Gestalt also allows for enhanced perspectives and different angled understandings with respect to ego, situations and relations with family and friends.
Kundalini , Hatha Yoga, Aikido, Qi-Gong:
Helps the addict to focus on breath-work and opening of spiritual and somatic poses that channel and redirect bundled energy associated with muscle and skeletal holding patterns. When a recovering addict opens up new body and mind pathways of thought, emotion and being, new vibrations are created, thus disrupting and decreasing previous addiction memory pathways.
Helps the addict with sleep patterns, withdrawal symptoms, anxiety and depression based on targeting specific points of chi blockages along the 12 meridians.
Neuro-Somatic Integration (NSI):
Another mindful way for the addict to consciously get in touch with the subconscious and unconscious messages associated with addiction that manifest in the body. It encourages people to embrace time and to be accepting and ok with “the now” of just being.
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
Teaches the recovering addict a self-help technique of acupressure release that s/he can later utilize to process out negative addiction thought and associated emotions .
Flushes out drug toxins and helps the addict’s body to relax and decrease cortisol.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR):
While this modality is typically utilized when a patient stays for extended stay, it helps an addict to remove negative thoughts and associated emotions about self that often perpetuate drug use while implanting new beliefs about self and new associated emotions.
Includes specific therapeutically designed activities that engage the subconscious and provide a therapeutic opportunity for the addict to access deeper layers of trapped psyche often manifesting in drug use.
Family Constellation Therapy:
Analyzes your relationship with your mother, father, grandparents, current and/or past partners, and your family tree, to heal any relationships that create energetic leaks in your life, in order to reclaim any energy that you’ve given to others, and regain power and control of your life and destiny.
An amazing opportunity for the addict to feel free from the mind conditionings of life and trauma on the body. In conjunction with the cellular reset of ibogaine, this cocooning experience embraces and encapsulates the spiritual body of recovery.
Provides cognitive and behavioral techniques for the addict to break free of conditioned habituated patterns. Also helps the addict to examine relational attachment issues, which often lead to emotional distress resulting in drug use.
Opportunities for people with addictions on the road to recovery to join and share experiences, thoughts, perspectives and emotional feelings with respect to their past journeys, the ibogaine process and future life paths.
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