If you are undergoing ibogaine therapy, then one of the rights granted to you is the option to file a Grievance Form and have a patient advocate intervene on your behalf. GITA’s Patient Advocacy Committee (PAC) is dedicated to managing and responding to these submissions.
How does the process work?
Grievance Forms are received by third party patient advocates. Our team is composed of volunteer professionals who work in related fields, with backgrounds in counseling and mediation, but without direct affiliations with ibogaine therapy providers. This system allows us to receive forms with fewer bias filters, and to honor special requests for anonymity.
Patient advocates are available to discuss situations involving infringement of the Ibogaine Patient’s Bill of Rights, practitioner ethics, and other types of disputes. In cases where specific knowledge relating to ibogaine therapy protocols is necessary, patient advocates refer to a committee composed of ibogaine therapy providers, as well as a resource pool of other doctors and professionals who can provide practical insight.
File a Patient Grievance
If you or a loved one feels that you have received inadequate care during the course of ibogaine therapy, we welcome you to file a patient grievance form. A patient advocate will be in touch with you directly.
Become a Patient Advocate
GITA is looking for multi-lingual volunteers with a background in counselling or mediation to join our patient advocacy team. The PAC is a front-line service that has a direct impact on improving therapeutic practice.