Chances are, you or someone you know has been affected by addiction of some type.
Addiction is a problem that still has a lot of shame around it, so it’s something we don’t talk about enough in general. And partially because of that, it’s an epidemic that is tearing apart families and communities.
Please join Dr. Maté and over 25 of the world’s leading experts, practitioners, and visionaries for the Healing Addiction Summit, where he talks in-depth about his book Hold On To Your Kids, and about reawakening healing parental instincts. You can register for this free event here. If you know somebody in your life who would benefit (particularly someone who has a family member or loved one who is battling addiction), then please share with them by forwarding this email.
“This topic is more important than ever today and is critical to the parent/child relationship.”
Dr. Gabor Maté
In April, Dr. Maté will present at the Advancing the Art & Science of Psychotherapy conference in Orange County, California, where he will present The Myth Of Normal: Depression, Anxiety and Addictions from a New Perspective.
In June, Dr. Maté will be in Belfast at the Trauma Summit, speaking on ADD and other childhood developmental disorders, Fostering Resilience in a Stressed Culture, and giving presentations on topics covered in his best-selling books When the body Says No and In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts. He will also be in Cork, Ireland at the end of June and early July at the Health & Healing Through Mind/Body Unity event.
On August 2nd & 3rd you can find Dr. Maté in Melbourne, Australia speaking to the Australia Childhood Foundation on the theme of Trust and Betrayal: Therapeutic Interventions that work in the Face of Relational and Complex Trauma.
In November of this year, Dr. Maté heads to Stavanger, Norway to present a lecture and seminar during the Schizophrenia Days event, where he will presenting When the Body Says No: Mind/Body Unity and the Stress-Disease Connection, Compassion Fatigue: Caring for our Ourselves while Caring for Others and The Hungry Ghost: A Biospsychosocial Perspective on Addiction, from Heroin to Workaholism.
For a full list of upcoming speaking events, please visit our website.
New online learning options
Later this year Dr. Maté will be launching online educational courses in his unique approach to addiction. Please stay tuned for more information.