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In this talk Mihael and Sara will share some powerful insights and tools. You will learn:
“The MHCC estimates that the total cost to Canada’s economy incurred by mental health problems and illnesses is currently well over $50 billion annually, or nearly $1,400 for every person living in Canada in 2016.” – Mental Health Commission of Canada 2017
There Is a Silent Epidemic affecting our Canadian population when it comes to chronic pain and other chronic diseases that affect the physical, mental and emotional parts of a person.
Often left frustrated, disillusioned and jaded, those suffering must deal with a daily reality of pain, isolation and depression. There is a sense of hopelessness and aloneness when it comes to finding a solution.
Complex Chronic Syndrome is the newly termed umbrella expression used to describe a milieu of illnesses and symptoms such Complex Chronic Pain Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, ADHD, ADD, Trauma, PTSD and many more. This terminology fails to address the whole intelligent being that encompasses the physiological self. There is no recognition of a patient as an intelligent being who is influenced by many factors aside from their physiological self; such as emotions, thoughts, past events, traumas, beliefs, relationships, lifestyle choices, habitual behaviours and so on.
Recent scientific literature has finally supported what we all already knew: that patients are more complex than we thought. In order to address the individuality of pain and illness, the solution must be tailored and unique just like the person. At Angel Hands Integrative Centre, they have seen how patients respond faster and demonstrate dramatic, lasting change through their tailored team programs that, at the core, understand the individuality of pain and illness.
About the speaker, Mihael Mamychshvili: