Induced after-death communication
For 20 years, Dr. Allan Botkin Had treated patients at a Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Chicago. He utilized EMDR--eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing--a widely used and proven method of treating PTSD. One day, while treating patients he stumbled upon something peculiar. His patient, Sam, a Vietnam vet, revealed that he had seen and spoken to a child he was very close to. The child came to Sam and forgave him for not protecting her when she was killed in a gunfire attack. She told him it wasn’t his fault. From that day forward, Sam found his way to mental health. This was the beginning of IADC. That was in 1995. For his remaining 8 years at the Vet Hospital, Botkin continued using IADC therapy, but sadly he had to keep it secret. Read more.