Gabor Mate is a Hungarian-Canadian physician who specialises in addiction and childhood development.
In this chat with Dumbo Feather Editor, Kirsty de Garis, he shares his most recent book, a must read, “The Myth of Normal“, all about trauma, illness and healing in a toxic culture.
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We apologise for the rough audio in this chat, but hope you’ll still be able to take in many of the gems it harbours.
Are you looking for more?
Gabor Maté‘s anthology of writing explores trauma and it’s lifelong impacts:
Listen to the “Hello Again” podcast with Gabor and Daniel Maté.
Kirsty de Garis speaks to the potential of psychedelics to open up our perception, explored in our recent article Chop Wood, Carry Water: Psychedelics, Nature and Spirituality by Georgina Reid for Dumbo Feather issue #72, Beyond ego.