With Dr. Gabor Maté and Sat Dharam Kaur ND
Date: Oct 24th & Oct 25th 2019
Location: Hotel Fort Garry
Early Bird: $299 – Until August 31, 2019
Regular: $349 – After August 31, 2019
Full-Time Student (ID Required): $275
Group (10 or more): $275 each
Tickets are limited.
No refunds within 30 days of the event.
Compassionate Inquiry is a psychotherapeutic method developed by Dr. Gabor Maté and N.D. and international yoga teacher Sat Dharam Kaur that reveals what lies beneath the appearance we present to the world.
It was developed as a compassionate approach to working with human beings beset by personal issues, health problems that need gently guided exploration, mental health challenges, addictions, relationship difficulties and, above all, an unhealthy relationship to their own selves.
Using Compassionate Inquiry, the therapist unveils the level of consciousness, mental climate, hidden assumptions, implicit memories and body states that form the real message that words both express and conceal. Through Compassionate Inquiry, the client can recognize the unconscious dynamics that run their lives and how to liberate themselves from them.
Dr. Maté will model the process of Compassionate Inquiry with course participants and instruct therapists in the practice of this powerful technique to help clients access deep healing and transformation. This will be both an experiential, participatory workshop where participants will be guided through their own personal process, as well as a training to teach the method of Compassionate Inquiry to health professionals, therapists and social workers.
Participants will learn:
- How to cultivate presence, being with what is
- To bring attention to body signals in clients and yourself
- To enhance your perception of what is not being revealed overtly
- To enable clients to access emotional states through body awareness
- How to create and maintain a safe sacred space between client and therapist
- How to facilitate the expression of what has remained unexpressed
- How to keep a client engaged in present moment experience
- The importance of patience, respect and choice in the therapeutic process
- How to uncover early traumatic events of childhood and unconscious feeling states through compassionate inquiry
- To decode the unconscious beliefs that contributes to personal suffering in self and others
Gabor Maté is a renowned speaker and best-selling author, highly sought-after for his expertise on a range of topics, including addiction, stress, and childhood development. Rather than offering quick-fix solutions to these complex issues, Dr. Maté weaves together scientific research, case histories, and his own insights and experience to present a broad perspective that enlightens and empowers people to promote their own healing and that of those around them.
Dr. Maté has written several best-selling books, including the award-winning In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction and When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress. He regularly addresses health professionals, educators, and lay audiences throughout North America.
Cofounder of the nonprofit Compassion for Addiction, Dr. Maté has received numerous awards including the Hubert Evans Prize for Literary Non-Fiction and the 2012 Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award from Mothers Against Teen Violence.
Sat Dharam is a certified Kundalini Yoga Lead teacher trainer, author, and naturopathic doctor practicing in Owen Sound, Ontario. She has studied Kundalini Yoga since 1976 and facilitates trainings in South America, China, Europe, Canada and the US. Yogi Bhajan called Sat Dharam a “Teacher of teachers and Healer of healers.” She was named “Naturopathic Doctor of the Year” in Ontario in 2000 by the OAND.
In 2008 Sat Dharam developed an addiction recovery program called Beyond Addiction, using Kundalini Yoga and naturopathic medicine, in collaboration with Dr. Gabor Maté, which has been taught in over 10 countries. She also developed the Healthy Breast Program, and founded the MammAlive Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce breast cancer risk through educating women globally in prevention strategies.
A featured teacher at the Toronto Yoga Show for many years, she has written several best selling books: A Call to Women: The Healthy Breast Program and Workbook, The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to Breast Cancer, and The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to Women’s Health.
After learning from and working with Dr. Gabor Maté since 2012, Sat Dharam structured his Compassionate Inquiry approach into a year long online training that was launched in Jan 2019, and currently trains 500 health practitioners from all parts of the globe.
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