Dr Allan Botkin, a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in treating patients who suffer from grief and traumatic loss, has made a groundbreaking discovery. He found, as a result of experimenting with variations of a relatively new and very powerful psychological procedure called eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing, or EMDR, that he could reliably induce in his patients an experience that they believed was actual contact with the deceased person they were grieving.
After-death communications, or ADCs, are not rare, and have been reported to occur naturally and spontaneously in 20% of the population. Although ADC experiences have been recognized as very healing, it has been believed for some time by researchers in the field that these experiences can only occur randomly and spontaneously. Dr. Botkin's discovery, which he calls induced after-death communication, or IADC, makes these experiences available to virtually everyone. He and his colleagues have induced well over 3000 ADCs in the last eight years.
Induced After Death Communication (IADC) is a therapy for grief and trauma that has helped thousands of people come to terms with their loss by allowing them the experience of private communication with their departed loved ones. Dr. Allan Botkin, a clinical psychologist, joined George Knapp to discuss how he created the therapy... More »
Clinical psychologist Dr. Allan Botkin discussed his groundbreaking method to help grief-stricken patients deal with their traumatic memories using a procedure called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Clinical psychologist Dr. Allan Botkin talked about how he uses induced after-death communication (IADC) to help grieving people reconnect with their dearly departed loved ones. As part of his presentation, Botkin introduced several of his patients who each detailed their IADC experiences and how this revolutionary therapy helped to heal them.
Dr. Allan Botkin (induced-adc.com) discussed his pioneering method to "heal grief" using Induced After Death Communication (IADC). The IADC process begins by getting the patient to move his or her eyes in a particular rhythmic fashion. According to Botkin, the eye movement causes the patient's brain to enter a higher processing mode where he or she can confront a traumatic memory.... More »