Experiencers are individuals who have been abducted or had first-hand contact with extraterrestrial (ET) or inter-dimensional beings, aliens or UFOs. This contact may manifest in various ways, including physical abduction and psychic contact, only once or repeatedly over the course of lifetimes. Some Experiencers have conscious memories of these events and respond with joy and a feeling of privilege or blessing, even eagerly anticipating the next experience. However, many react with fear, dread or confusion and find themselves alone and doubting their own sanity. In most cases, there is no conscious memory or, at best, vague partial recollections or recurring dreams of something that they don’t understand that fill them with dread and confusion.
Many Experiencers seek hypnotherapy for help in retrieving repressed or partially-repressed memories related to ET experiences and in understanding and coping with their aftermath. (See http://www.etcontactgroup.com/ Pros & Cons of Experiencer Therapy.)
But for many Experiencers, private therapy isn’t necessary. Experiencers who are comfortable sharing their memories and experiences with others and are open to the ideas of others often benefit from attending an Experiencer support group rather than private therapy.
Experiencers often feel some form of isolation, and sharing their experiences in a group, with people who are experiencing the same issue and isolation, combats that problem, and can eventually help them to overcome their sense of isolation, validate their experiences, raise self-esteem and successfully integrate the ET contact experiences into their lives. Support groups can also be helpful in recalling and working through abduction/contact experiences on a light level, and they are less expensive than private therapy, but they are not usually as effective at working on individual issues and don't provide the individual guidance and personal support that may be needed.
There are different types of support groups that Experiencers might want to check out.