Terragnosis is a consulting and design practice that focuses on the intersections of medicine, wellness, ecology, and social change.
My client work focuses on providing platforms for people and organizations that are driven by visions that are restorative, regenerative, and seek to strengthen the agency of people and communities to heal, thrive, and relate with the world around us in self-directed ways.
If you’d like to talk about your project and how we could collaborate please get in touch.
My name is Jonathan Dickinson. I am a consultant, organizer, and counselor that has been working with iboga and ibogaine in both clinical and ceremonial contexts in Canada, Mexico, and Costa Rica since 2009.
I previously served as the Director of the Global Ibogaine Therapy Alliance (GITA), during which time I led the development of the Clinical Guidelines for Ibogaine-Assisted Detoxification, a risk management guide that remains a standard in the field. I organized three international conferences on ibogaine therapy in Vancouver, Canada (2012); Durban, South Africa (2014); and Tepoztlán, Mexico (2016). I have collaborated with researchers in the fields of psychology and biochemistry, published peer reviewed work and other articles about ibogaine therapy, and have presented at numerous conferences internationally.
During this time, and since, I have consulted on kinds of projects, some clinical, some social, some small business, as well as others. My current projects include design, some business development, a couple of my own projects including my counseling practice Ceiba Ibogaine Therapy, and writing and editing projects.
I like to work in a variety of ways, but what draws them together is a shared worldview, and a goal of deepening and strengthening connections between minds, bodies, and environments.