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An Evening with Gabor Maté (*SOLD OUT*)

Tuesday Nov 15 2022 7:00 pm, Winnipeg, Knox United Church, 400 Edmonton Street, Winnipeg

Spend an evening with celebrated speaker and bestselling author, Gabor Maté, as he visits Winnipeg to present and discuss his new book The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture (Knopf Canada) at this special offsite event hosted by Dr. Jillian Horton featuring a conversation and Q&A. 

This is an offsite event that will take place at Knox United Church, 400 Edmonton Street. *THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT* If you have already purchased a ticket but NOT picked it up from our Grant Park store, they will be available at the venue as after doors open. Please note that Knox United Church is simply the venue for this event and should not receive any inquiries. Call the store at 204-475-0483 if you have any questions.

From our most trusted and compassionate authority on stress, trauma, and mental well-being--a groundbreaking investigation into the causes of illness, a bracing critique of how our society breeds disease, and a pathway to health and healing.

Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics, such as addiction, stress, and childhood development. Dr. Maté has written several bestselling books, including the award-winning In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction; When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress; and Scattered Minds: The Origins and Healing of Attention Deficit Disorder. He is also the co-author of Hold On to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers. His works have been published internationally in more than thirty languages.

Host Jillian Horton, M.D., is an award-winning medical educator, writer, musician and podcaster. She completed a residency and a fellowship in internal medicine at the University of Toronto and is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Manitoba, where she has held a number of senior leadership roles. For eighteen years, she has cared for thousands of patients in an inner-city hospital. During that time, she had three sons and mentored hundreds of students. As a teacher of mindfulness, she is sought after by doctors at all stages of their careers. Horton completed a master’s in English at the University of Western Ontario before beginning her journey into the heart of medicine. She is a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, Macleans, and numerous American media outlets by syndication. Her first book, We Are All Perfectly Fine: A Memoir of Love, Medicine and Healing is a national bestseller.

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The Myth of Normal

- Gabor Mate , Daniel Mate

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#1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

"This riveting and beautifully written tale has profound implications for all of our lives, including the practice of medicine and mental health." --Bessel van der Kolk, MD, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Body Keeps the Score

"Wise, sophisticated, rigorous and creative: an intellectual and compassionate investigation of who we are and who we may become. Essential reading for anyone with a past and a future." --Tara Westover, New York Times bestselling author of Educated

"The Myth of Normal is a book literally everyone will be enriched by--a wise, profound and healing work that is the culmination of Dr. Maté's many years of deep and painfully accumulated wisdom." --Johann Hari, New York Times bestselling author of Stolen Focus

"Gabor and Daniel Maté have delivered a book in which readers can seek refuge and solace during moments of profound personal and social crisis. The Myth of Normal is an essential compass during disorienting times." --Esther Perel, psychotherapist, author, and host of Where Should We Begin

From our most trusted and compassionate authority on stress, trauma, and mental well-being--a groundbreaking investigation into the causes of illness, a bracing critique of how our society breeds disease, and a pathway to health and healing.


Gabor Maté's internationally bestselling books have changed the way we look at addiction and have been integral in shifting the conversations around ADHD, stress, disease, embodied trauma, and parenting. Now, in this revolutionary book, he eloquently dissects how in Western countries that pride themselves on their health care systems, chronic illness and general ill health are on the rise. So what is really "normal" when it comes to health?
    For all our expertise and technological sophistication, Western medicine often fails to treat the whole person, ignoring how today's culture stresses the body, burdens the immune system, and undermines emotional balance. In The Myth of Normal, co-written with his son Daniel, Maté brings his perspective to the great untangling of common myths about what makes us sick, connects the dots between the maladies of individuals and the declining soundness of society, and offers a compassionate guide for health and healing. The result is Maté's most ambitious and urgent book yet.