Overcoming Addictive Thinking and Behavior – A Path to Inner Freedom
August 16 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm| $220
Fixed ideas and habituated behavior patterns are the greatest obstacles to individual, social and environmental transformation. They block our quest for self determination, self expression and self empowerment. They create restrictive living, unhealthy lifestyles and ultimately ill health. Most chronic illnesses result from long term habituation to unhealthy life patterns. And addictions of all kinds are a direct consequence of the fixed positions of neediness and desperate search for gratification.
Using a variety of cognitive, experiential, artistic, dramatic-expressive and participatory activities, you will discover the full power of human experience. This skill set will allow you to access the hidden domain of the subconscious psyche through the physicality and vitality of the body on the one side, and the eye of the spirit on the other. There you will meet the habitual characters and discover creative new resources which will transform the old into the new.
Come to this Day long workshop….register here.
Combine with the next workshop and stay the night (Room & all meals)
- $185 for a single room
- $130 double* if there is another to share with.
“It was impressive and moving to watch Dr. Goldberg in action at Esalen Institute with a young man suffering from drug addiction and emotional pain. Goldberg’s compassion, wisdom, and the quality of his listening was outstanding, and the results were truly remarkable!” ~ Allan Badiner, Contributing Editor, Tricycle Magazine
“The single most powerful experiential technique or therapeutic tool for self discovery. It is safe, empowering and will revolutionaries the need and dependency on psychotherapy because it cuts to the heart of the limiting issue. This has been a profound and moving experience.” ~ Dr Rene Nassen, Head of Psychiatry, Lentegeur Hospital,
DR RAOUL GOLDBERG: Raoul Goldberg, MD, is a South African Integrative and participatory medical doctor and psychotherapist and PhD candidate. He is an international speaker, workshop facilitator, researcher and author with a special interest in self empowerment and self transformation. Post medical school he spent 7 years being mentored by Rudolph Steiner’s pupils in Switzerland while working in local integrative clinics. In Cape Town, South Africa he runs an Integrative medical Centre where the PATH Method is used in clinical practice to enhance diagnosis and therapy. He has a special interest in addictive behavior and his latest book, Addictive Behaviour in Children and Young Adults –the Struggle for Freedom, deals with this topic. His next two books on Participatory Health underpin the PATH Method and offer a foundation for an integrative and intuitive whole person health care. In the PATH work he is supported by Dana Smirin, PATH Method facilitator and Co-Director of the Syringa Integrative Health Centre.
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