Preservation and Transfer of the Knowledge of Tibetan Medicine
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Questionnaires and interviews

1. Questionnaire survey with amchis of Tibetan medicine

A link to the questionnaire and individual TAN to open it will be sent by e-mail.

Registration for participation: Miriam.Anders@campus.lmu.de

2. Survey  for people of Buddhist groups or seminar participants

A link to the questionnaire and individual TAN to open it will be sent by e-mail.

Contact for questionnaires: Miriam.Anders@campus.lmu.de

You can contact me safely through WIRE: @miriamanders 
Wire works with an encrypted end-to-end connection.  It can be downloaded here https://wire.com/en/download/

3. Interviews with people of Buddhist groups or seminar participants

Interviews with people affected by indoctrination, manipulation and abuse in Buddhist groups are conducted at various locations.

Questions and registration for interviews: Miriam.Anders@campus.lmu.de

Here you can see current interview locations

4. Interconnection of affected persons and entry into accompanying information and training network

Many people affected by abuse report post-traumatic stress, depression and the like as well as the resulting loss of their contacts and of financial resources.

Since a network of social contacts can be a resource to prevent mental illness after severe distress, a network of social contacts is offered in order to establish contacts to other affected persons (from the same or other groups) as well as to provide accompanying information for affected persons.

5. Biofeedback

If required and of interest, biofeedback can be offered to interview partners in German-speaking countries.