The elimination of psychological addiction

The elimination of mental addiction from the drug is provided by powerful, super stress influence on consciousness and subconsciousness of the patient, especially with the use of hypnotic suggestion, deep trance, in which phase states are detected and used to create in the mind of the patient a lasting aggressive attitude not only to the specific narcotic drug, but to everything associated with the addicted lifestyle (the so-called "psychic energy block").

It uses the emotional state of fear, especially the fear of death, experiences of "dying", "death from a drug," the terrible pain and other heinous sensations accompanying the process of dying. The creation of negative "anchors" that are related to the above mentioned negative feelings and emotions is used with the same purpose.

Sessions of ECT therapy in its ante-coma parameters are held at the same time. The electrical discharge is supplied and accompanied by verbal reinforcement, which fixes negative, deadly influence of the drug in the patient’s mind, instead of the previously experienced and desired euphoria. In addition to the conditioned reflex influence of this procedure, it removes obvious and latent depression that lies in the basis of initial and subsequent craving for a drug (no wonder the creators of the method in 1937, Italian psychiatrists Charletti and Bini initially used it for the removal of drug addiction and delirium tremens treatment).


At the same time with super stress impact comprehensive psychocorrectional, psychoanalytic work with patients is carried out by psychotherapists and psychoanalysts. A special set of tests and psychoanalytic techniques, including classical psychoanalysis of Sigmund Freud was developed (in its new version that uses no written record of free association as the creator of the method did, but a voice recorder. The "interview" with the patient allows to estimate the obtained information more accurately, all omissions, reservations, forgetting reveal the hidden, subconscious psyche sphere of the addict), as well as subsequent developments and approaches of his disciples and followers - Gestalt approach by F. Perls, Eric Berne's transactional analysis, psychodrama by J. Moreno, M. Erickson hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming by R. Bandler, and mask therapy by M. E. Nezloyan (Moscow), future-practice by N. B. Dolgopolov (Moscow) and a number of other techniques. Particular attention is paid to the preparatory work with patients in order to increase the validity of basic hypnotic affect of the sessions conducted by Dr. Vasylenko.

This is achieved by running of holotropic breathing sessions by S.Grof between the main hypnotic sessions. Experience has shown that trance states arising spontaneously during this breathing give a first glimpse of the upcoming major trance during hypnotic sessions and facilitate its onset if the patients were primary resistant.

In addition to these methods, Oriental (Chinese, Indian) meditations and concentrations are widely used as constellating factor of complex psychotherapy, in particular it is Samadhi Yoga (its variants - vipassana, visual Samadhi, philosophical Samadhi, etc.).

In addition to these techniques self-training by I. Shultz are widely used with other methods of self-regulation. Physiotherapy, massage, manual therapy, methods of physical culture and sports are widely used in addition to psychotherapeutic methods. This work takes 2-3 weeks of the treatment.