Higher Path Living is an innovative ibogaine aftercare
& ibogaine sober living recovery experience.
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.
After going through an Ibogaine detox, the importance of finding quality aftercare that is both complimentary to the Ibogaine experience and highly personalized cannot be overstated. Ibogaine does a lot of wonderful things besides acting as a detox agent such as restoring the brain’s dopamine and serotonin levels and helping to resolve long established traumas. What Ibogaine doesn’t do is erase the memories that are conditioned to drug use. These are the so-called “people, places and things”. Aftercare at a location that isn’t associated with previous drug use gives someone a reprieve for their triggers until they can develop the internal controls to deal with them.
In addition, Ibogaine doesn’t undo years of avoiding life’s responsibilities. Those skills have to be learned or re-learned depending on the severity of one’s addiction. And lastly, Ibogaine aftercare is important because many of the old self-defeating thoughts and behaviors associated with addictive drug use are still there in one form or another.
HPL uses an integrative approach to Ibogaine aftercare. This involves consideration of the individual’s personality and needs – helping to integrate the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and physiological systems within one person, as well as addressing social and spiritual aspects of recovery. To put it simply, we place a great deal of importance on recognizing who you are and tailoring a recovery program that’s going to work for you. Though there are often similarities among people with addictions, no two humans are exactly alike. Finding your recovery path is a collaborative effort and a process that unfolds over time.