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Here Gabor Mate tells us the medical profession are the most difficult to speak to about what he’s learned in his work because they don’t recognize that so-called mental illness and most physical chronic illness is the result of childhood loss and trauma.

 

We don’t need anymore research he says. We know the cause of these issues. SEE: More: Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (trauma in childhood associated with many later problems, including that which gets labeled mental illness)

 

He points out that the barrier to the health professionals is that they’ve not cared for their own trauma. This is clearly true. Many professionals are afraid of their own darkness. This makes it impossible for them to correctly recognize issues in their patients and clients.

 

I love Gabor Mate. If you’re not familiar with his work please view this video. He’s brilliant, inspired and right on.

 

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Turns out this video isn’t available to be viewed here on this blog, but it’s truly worth watching if you’re not familiar with Gabor’s work, so I’m sharing it anyway. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW

 

In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction  – a book by Gabor Mate

 

More posts that feature Gabor Mate on Beyond Meds:

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Original post here: http://wp.me/p5nnb-aej

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https://beyondmeds.com/

withdrawn from a cocktail of 6 psychiatric drugs that included every class of psych drug.
 

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