Experience this Transformation Live at Our 4-day Online Event with:
Dr. Gabor Maté has worked in family practice, palliative care and addiction. The creator of the Compassionate Inquiry approach to healing, Gabor is a renowned speaker and a best-selling author, who is sought after for his expertise on addiction, trauma and childhood development.
Sat Dharam has written 3 books on women’s health and developed the Compassionate Inquiry Training. She combines naturopathic medicine with yoga to heal mind, body and spirit. She teaches Kundalini Yoga internationally and has specialized programs for addiction and cancer recovery.
Learn more about the May 2021 Event via the short video above.
Compassionate Inquiry is an approach that has evolved over 20 years of Dr. Gabor Mate's personal journey, and his work with patients in family practice, palliative care and addiction. He developed his system further while facilitating integration workshops focused on healing trauma through the use of psychedelics.
Compassionate Inquiry gently uncovers and releases the layers of childhood trauma, constriction and suppressed emotion embedded in the body, that are at the root of illness and addiction.
We all long to be seen, heard, understood and loved. We heal when we feel safe in relationship, connected to our bodies, our breath, the present moment, and one another. Only when we experience connection to ourselves and others, can we open up to our vulnerability and emotions, and discover and express what is true for us. This expression is what heals us.
In this live 4-day online event of total 22-hours, Dr. Maté will model the process of Compassionate Inquiry with course participants to access deep healing and transformation. This will be an experiential workshop where participants will be guided through their own personal process, and will be deeply affected by witnessing the healing process in others.
At intervals each day, Sat Dharam Kaur will lead breathing exercises, meditation practices and yoga to connect to your emotions, to the breath, enhance awareness of the body, and help participants access states of inner peace, calm and stillness. At the end of each daily session, participants will be invited to process what has arisen for them in smaller facilitated breakout groups with experienced Compassionate Inquiry Practitioners.
This is our first event designed for those in the Asian, Australian and New Zealand time zones.
Pre-Event Orientation is One Day Prior to the Event:
In PDT Time Zones: April 29th - 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
In IST Time Zones: April 30th – 7:00 am to 8:00 am
April 30-May 1, May 7-8
5:30 pm to 11:00 pm
May 1-2 and May 8-9
6:00 am to 11:30 am
May 1-2 and May 8-9
10:30 am to 4:00 pm
Excerpt from a Compassionate Inquiry Workshop, Vancouver, 2018
I am a totally different therapist as a result of taking this program. This program revealed to me my blind spots as a psychotherapist and provided me with the resources to work through those blind spots. Meeting with my group on a weekly basis allowed me to delve into my own childhood trauma and heal things I had never even talked about before. I can now hold space for the most difficult emotions, allowing clients to truly feel their pain, anger, and other emotions. 100% recommend the program for anyone wanting to take their practice to a deeper level.
To offer the experience of Compassionate Inquiry for people from the Global South and from a low-income background, we have established a subsidized rate for this event. We request those in affluent countries and those who can, to pay the regular price for this event. We have limited seats and are expected to sell out. Please register soon.
A Certificate of Attendance will be provided to all registrants after the event.