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Jonathan Dickinson

Jonathan Dickinson is a therapist and consultant in private practice, working specifically with people going through iboga or ibogaine for detox of psychospiritual reasons. He has worked with both iboga and ibogaine in both clinical and ceremonial contexts since 2009, and previously served as the Director of the Global Ibogaine Therapy Alliance (GITA). You can learn more about Jonathan and his work at www.ceibaibogaine.com.

Could Ibogaine Be A Promising New Treatment For Parkinson’s Disease?

A research team at Columbia University soon hopes to show whether or not ibogaine, an extract of iboga — a psychoactive West-African plant medicine — may have unique benefits in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. The majority of existing research on ibogaine has explored its increasing use over the past...

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