Disclaimer / Warning

The information provided here is not to be taken as an endorsement by the author of this web site for the use of ibogaine or iboga for chemical dependence or psychospiritual work. This information is supplied for interest only. Individuals who take ibogaine or iboga do so at their own risk and should seek proper psychological and medical support. Please check the legal status of ibogaine in the country of treatment. 

Viewpoint: Before & After Care

  • Post Ibogaine Nutritional Therapy

    Post Ibogaine Nutritional Therapy Provider

    Lee Albert (aka Albert) MSc Dip Nut Dip Nat (BANT) – Post Ibogaine Nutritional Therapy Provider via Skype – Provider states: “As a registered BANT nutritionist who practises personalised nutrition from a functional medicine perspective, I offer a holistic personalised nutritional approach based on an initial 90 min interview and followup consultation to determine a suitable dietary and nutritional protocol. Followup tests my be requested. My background also includes extensive personal use of iboga for psychospiritual purposes & experience as a former ibogaine provider. In addition I am the webmaster of myeboga.com, author of the book Amazing Grace (based on my iboga experiences), a former software systems analyst & teacher of science.” Contact: e-mail: myeboga@gmail.com.

  • North America except Mexico

    North America except Mexico Aftercare:

    1. Lissa Friedman PhD – Post Ibogaine Psychotherapy Provider – Provider states: “Some people come for therapy to be free of addiction and live a fulfilling life. Depending on their dedication to deep, honest, introspection this process can take several months to a year or so. For others once they have emerged from the cocoon of the past, they begin to question life itself and their True nature. At this point they have entered what I call the transpersonal realm. This phase of the process is no longer therapy in the traditional sense, but more guidance, or mentoring. This part of the journey is more freeing than healing; in that the patterns of identifying as a separate person are being loosened and released. How far anyone wants to go is always up to them.” Contact: e-mail: lissafriedman@gmail.com Tel: tel:352-538-4903, Skype: lissafriedman.

    2. http://www.afterthemedicine.com/ – Brian Murphy, M.Ed, LCSW – Provider states: “I am a holistic psychotherapist, I have taken plant medicine myself, and I’ve been providing ibogaine after-care for more than ten years now. What I see over and over is that ibogaine opens amazing doors for us and makes all kinds of life changes possible. But so often the environment people return to from treatment is not in tune with this kind of experience, and has no way to nourish it. In holistic therapy I work with you to reconnect with your ibogaine experience so the vision can become a resource for your whole life. We discuss the meaning of the ‘grace period’ after treatment, I do guided meditations and stress reduction exercises, we plan out your next steps for the future, and we support those steps with spiritual and emotional healing. I have also been involved in the humane and respectful treatment of drug users since 1996, when I did street-side therapy outside of a syringe exchange van in East Harlem — and I continue working there to this day.” Contact: Brian Murphy e-mail: brianmurphytherapist@gmail.com, Tel: +1 917 671 6923.

    4. www.holistichouselasvegas.com – Justin Hoffman – Provider states: “An alternative to the traditional sober living transition model, Holistic House employs natural herbs, clean, organic, orthomolecular nutrition, vitamins, reiki, daily practice of yoga and meditation and other natural modalities to aid addicts with a healthy transition phase between detox and return to daily life at home. We incorporate varying daily health-promoting activities to help heal the recovering addict’s body from the toxic effects of an addicted lifestyle and form new habits that will serve them well in the next chapter of their lives.” Call OR Text Justin Hoffman (702) 275-3301.

    5. Lindsey Slater – Austin, Texas – Provider states: “At Root Recovery, we understand the importance of taking advantage of the first few months after ibogaine assisted detox. It’s vitally imortant to utilize this window of time to develop new patterns and to help you integrate your medicinal experience into a new healthy way of life.” Contact: Skype lindsey.rootrecovery@gmail.com or OR 512-213-5672.

    6. Higher Path Living – Las Vegas, Nevada – Provider states: “Higher Path Living is one of the nation’s top Ibogaine aftercare residences. HPL provides an empathetic, non-judgmental, and confidential environment where each guest can be fully heard and understood. We help meet the needs of individuals and their families by utilizing a mind, body, and spirit approach in our Ibogaine sober living residences – to provide the best opportunity for sustained long-term recovery after Ibogaine treatment.” Contact: e-mail: info@hpliving.com, Tel: 702-329-4321. [Added Aug 2018]

    7. Crossroads Treatment Center, Nassau, Bahamas. Provider States: “By enrolling in our Extended Stay Aftercare program—which comprises our 7-day ibogaine detox and 1-12 weeks of inpatient aftercare—patients have time in the proper environment to turn newly learned insights, approaches, and coping mechanisms into permanent, healthy patterns of behavior. Ibogaine providers from around the world are all in agreement that proper integration, and a greater level of care and education after treatment, are what make Ibogaine treatment effective for the greatest amount of people.” Email for info at: info@crossroadsibogaine.com. Call: 858-225-7529.

    8. www.livingcleanibogaine.com/, Mount Shasta, Caliifornia. Provider States: “Since 2012, Living Clean Ibogaine has been providing specialized, long-term support to families with members in recovery. Our model bridges indigenous traditional medicine with integral psychotherapy, Ayurveda and Kundalini Yoga. The integral approach means that we address totality of factors that play role in long-term healing: family dynamics, sense of purpose, professional development and depth emotional issues that contribute to addictive patterns. We balance traditional medicine with western science and are affiliated with holistic psychiatric MD. Our program is affiliated with indigenous Ayahuasca lineage in South America and helps to integrate ceremonial work as a part of long-term recovery maintenance. Each program is individualized to meet your life goals and circumstances. Participants join us for week-long retreat followed by periods of long-distance support. Combination of inpatient and outpatient care promotes self-actualization and personal responsibility for wellness and recovery.” Email for info at: hello@livingcleanibogaine.com. Call: USA: +1 (415) 686-9700.

    9. www.ceibaibogaine.com/, Beforecare & Aftercare. Provider States: “Our philosophy is holistic, taking into account the biological, social, psychological, and spiritual aspects of healing. Our coaching is informed by the perspectives of harm reduction, neurodiversity, and spiritual emergence as they relate to substance use and other challenges that many of us face in our lives. These are perspectives earned through our own work with ibogaine, and through witnessing hundreds of treatments over a combined 16 years of experience in ibogaine therapy and research.”

    10. https://www.dimitrimugianis.com/book-a-service, Healing Services before and aftercare. Provider States: “Since 2011 he has been working at the New York Harm Reduction Educators (NYHRE) in Harlem. His innovative group We Are The Medicine is propelling the conversation about spirituality and drug use. Dimitri has simultaneously become an increasingly visable spokesperson on a range of progressive topics, and is sought out by universities and invited to join medical and spiritual panels. He also offers spiritual services and personal consultations that draw on his own training and practice. He is involved in numerous other projects including working on bringing Iboga to Afghanistan and Nepal.” Contact page.

  • Mexico

    Mexico Aftercare:

    1. [Added 7 Aug. ’18] www.inscaperecovery.com/, 2 1/2 hrs southwest of Mexico City (we provide car transportation to and from the Mexico City airport). Provider States: “An ibogaine aftercare program located right outside Malinalco, 2.5 hours from Mexico City. Our program includes: Weekly appointments with one of our two doctors, both of whom are trained in eastern and western medical traditions; individualized phytotherapy (plant-derived formulas) for physical healing and neuroregeneration; medicine ceremonies with sacred plants, combined with psychotherapy for integration; and classes in yoga, meditation, tai chi, somatics, art, horseback riding and exploring addiction. We also offer unrestricted use of our therapeutic technologies, including sensory deprivation tank, orgone chamber and jade massage bed. The program operates out of a six-acre retreat center where participants are surrounded by nature and biodiversity. Lodging is mostly stand-alone structures made from sustainable materials, with personal bedroom and bathroom.” Email for info at: david@inscaperecovery.com.

    2. [added Aug 18] http://www.evolveibogaine.com/, Rosarito Beach, Mexico. Provider States: “The time period following a drug detox is a crucial, but special time. Crucial because the now clean user’s identity as a “drug addict” has been removed which seems to create vulnerability. A hole has opened up and if let at some point in time, the person chooses his or her drug as shelter from the outside world. Maybe from a previous trauma or maybe just because the daily pressures of life are too much. When a person chooses to detox his or her body, the empty hole that the drug once filled reappears.” Email for info at: colin@evolveibogaine.com. Call: +1 240-920-8108 and +52 951-306-9078. Skype: colindevore

    3. [added Aug 18] https://www.ibogreen.com/, Las Playas Tijuana, Mexico. Provider States: “Research demonstrates that a change of setting for a temporary period of time promotes recovery. Finding life purpose, meaning and how to spend one’s time are also important variables for living in freedom. Research also exhibits that individuals who are involved in 2 weekly social activities live happier existences. Therefore, post-Ibogaine treatment, if interested, IboGreen helps facilitate growing in these new directions.” Email for info at: grow@ibogreen.com. Call: (619) 822-2072.

  • S. America

    South America Aftercare:

    1. [Added Jan 18] http://www.ibogainetreatments.com/after-care/ – Provider states: “Our Aftercare Program creates an individualized treatment plan and implements continuous supervision initially, and tapers off in the final week of aftercare, so that any issues that will surface can do so in a structured setting. Co-occurring disorders are common in addicted individuals, and are very often the cause of relapses. Our thorough screening and assessment process will assist in determining if any other issues need to be addressed during aftercare. Our Clinical Psychologist is capable and competent to treat typical co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, and many others. Other addictions and dependencies will also be evaluated and integrated into the Aftercare Treatment Plan.” Contact Tel: (US) 1-830-214-4365.

  • Europe (except UK) & Mid East

    Europe (except UK) & Mid. East Aftercare:

    1. Paul Menze, France. Previously conducted Holistic treatment as an addiction specialist. Now states: ‘I don’t provide sessions anymore. Instead I offer online-counselling via skype for people who got treatment elsewhere without aftercare-options.’ For further information Tel: +031 6 16 800650, e-mail: info@ibogaine.info.

  • U.K.
    U.K. Aftercare:

    1. http://www.malviakenlock.com/ – Provider states: “I have have taken a full flood dose which related to a psycho spiritual journey in Costa Rica and also have micro dosed before and after. I am located in South West London.” Maliva practises QHHT: “Quantum Healing Hypnosis THerapy is a technique pioneered, developed and refined by Dolores Cannon, in a career spanning forty-five years as a Regressive Hypnotherapist. The wealth of knowledge amassed by working on thousands of clients globally has led to profound healing and become the therapy of choice for those seeking self-help.” Contact: Malvia Kenlock e-mail: malvia@gmail.com, Landline (UK) 0207-207-9204, Mobile (UK) 07098430057.

    2. www.ibogaineaftercare.org & www.become-whole.co.uk – Edward Conn, an ibogaine practitioner working in London, England. Provider states: ‘New aftercare website specialising in all aspects of psycho spiritual after care, post ibogaine aftercare and other areas of interest. Specialising in spiritual emergency and transpersonal work. Qualified transpersonal counsellor and psychotherapist and dual diagnosis clinician.’ Contact: e-mail: wardconn@hotmail.com

    3. http://www.ibogaine-counselling.com/ ​Anders Beatty & Benjamin Taub UK – Provider states: “Ibogaine Couselling Services (ICS) provides guidance to people undergoing ibogaine and other plant medicine treatments for addiction in order to ensure that their experience leads to a lasting recovery rather than just another detox.” Contact: Malvia Kenlock e-mail: malvia@gmail.com, Skype @ ibogaine counselling services (UK).

    Anders Beatty and Ben Taub of Ibogaine Counselling Services discuss the importance of pre-treatment therapy.

  • Australasia

    Australasia Aftercare:

    1. http://www.newlifefoundation.com/th/ Chiang Rai, Thailand – Provider states: “New Life Foundation is a nonprofit therapeutic and practice centre in northern Thailand. We offer a supportive learning space for individuals looking for help with stress, burnout, anxiety, depression, trauma, or addiction. In addition to core daily practices of mindfulness, meditation, and yoga, our program offers one-on-one counselling and group workshops based on various modalities, including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), trauma release exercises (TRE), Enneagram, mindfulness-based relapse prevention (MBRP), mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), non-violent communication (NVC), art and dance therapy, and more.” Contact: e-mail: info@newlifefoundation.com, Tel: +66 85 714 2834. [Added Aug 2018]