Treating PTSD with Ecstasy: One story

When Rachel Hope picked up the phone in 2005 to call Dr. Michael Mithoefer, she didn’t have high hopes.
“I had very low expectations,” said Hope, who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder for years before investigating whether the drug Ecstasy might be able to free her from her torment. Her PTSD was traced to a period of sexual abuse as a child and a life-threatening car accident.
In the initial 45-minute conversation, Mithoefer determined that Hope didn’t have other serious psychological problems. He agreed to fly her to South Carolina to take part in his study of the experimental therapy. There, she underwent more psychological testing and a physical exam. There were standard therapy sessions, so Mithoefer could understand Hope’s past and her symptoms. Finally, she was ready.

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