India Oxenberg is a survivor of the NXIVM cult. While her 7 years in NXIVM have been covered extensively in multiple documentaries, articles and books, this is the first interview in which she details the role that psychedelics played in her post-NXIVM healing journey.
India is the author of "Still Learning", a memoir documenting her seven-year experience with and escape from the toxic cult, NXIVM. She is the executive producer of "SEDUCED: INSIDE THE NXIVM CULT", a Starz documentary. By sharing her story, she hopes to raise awareness about the insidious nature of coercion and hopes to offer other survivors a platform to share their stores.
India's mother, Catherine Oxenberg was instrumental in taking down NXIVM. She is the founder of The Catherine Oxenberg Foundation, a foundation dedicated to helping individuals and families recover from the devastating effects of unresolved trauma. Their mission is to shift the paradigm of trauma from one of stigma and disability to one of growth, opportunity and a gateway to wisdom and empowerment.
Keith Raniere, the founder of NXIVM was found guilty of sex trafficking, racketeering, wire fraud and a litany of other charges in 2019. He is currently serving a 120 year prison sentence.