Gabor Mate writes of the trauma of capitalism, a toxic society, the hungry ghosts of addiction, and the "myth of normal" and he also speaks of embodied liberation. In a special conversation with The Neurodiversity Project's Jenara Nerenberg, a mental health reporter for outlets like the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center and Susan Cain's Quiet Revolution, Gabor will share his deepest hopes for walking forward in this great and challenging time.
A wonderful opportunity for fans of his many books as well as professionals in the field, this event will SELL OUT. Buy your tickets early and share widely if you have friends, family, or colleagues who plan to join you.
There will also be time for audience Q&A.
The Center SF is a fantastic venue and we are honored to be hosting there.
Reserve your tix here. Sunday February 4th, 5-7pm at The Center SF in San Francisco.
To purchase any of Gabor Mate's book titles, see:
When the Body Says No
In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts