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2022 Radical Recovery Summit

Hosted by Scott Kiloby

The Kiloby Center for Recovery

and Trauma Expert and Moderator Lynn Fraser

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Scott Kiloby

Scott Kiloby is a noted international speaker, well-respected enlightenment (nonduality) teacher who has helped thousands of people all over the world, an entrepreneur, creative spirit, and author of seven books that simplify and demystify authentic spiritual awakening as it is taught in the East. Scott is the co-founder and owner of the first two treatment centers in the U.S. to focus primarily on mindfulness, self-inquiry and nondual awareness as the central path to freedom in recovery. This year his focus is freeing ourselves from emotional repression.

Lynn Fraser

Lynn Fraser is the founder of and interviewer for the Radical Recovery Summit. She brings the depth of twenty three years experience teaching meditation and specializes in holding a safe, trusted space for healing trauma in her private online somatic mindfulness sessions. Lynn lives near family, ocean and forest in Nova Scotia Canada. This year, Lynn is hosting two live Zoom calls for people to discuss their experience watching The Wisdom of Trauma movie.

Dr Gabor Maté

Dr Gabor Maté has been tireless in his work educating people worldwide about trauma. In 2021, several million people viewed the movie The Wisdom of Trauma, featuring his work Compassionate Inquiry. We learned from his in-depth conversations with a diverse group of fascinating people, including medical experts like Dr Stephen Porges and Dr Bessel van der Kolk, famous people like Jamie Lee Curtis, Indigenous leaders like Dr Ruby Gibson, therapists like Dr Richard Schwartz IFS, and grassroots social justice activists.

Deb Dana

Deb Dana, LCSW, is a clinician, consultant, author and speaker specializing in complex trauma. Her work is focused on using the lens of Polyvagal Theory to understand and resolve the impact of trauma in our lives.  

Deb’s work shows how an understanding of Polyvagal Theory applies to relationships, mental health, and trauma – and how we can use an understanding of the organizing principles of Polyvagal Theory to change the ways we navigate our daily lives. 

Dr Rick Hanson

Dr Rick Hanson, is a psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author. His books are available in 28 languages, and edits the Wise Brain Bulletin. A summa cum laude graduate of UCLA and founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom. You may know him through his popular podcast Being Well. Our interview with Rick this year has a focus on relationships with each other and in community.

Dr Amy Johnson

Dr Amy Johnson shares a groundbreaking new paradigm in mental health that has helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world tap into their natural, innate health and resilience so they can overcome issues like habits and anxiety easily, with no willpower. "Several years ago I came across a down-to-earth spiritual understanding of life that is the foundation for how I help people end their own unwanted habits and unnecessary worries."

Dr Crystal Fraser

Dr Crystal Gail Fraser is Gwichyà Gwich’in and an assistant professor of History and Native Studies. Crystal’s PhD research focused on the history of student experiences at Indian Residential Schools in the North between 1959 and 1996. She is a Director on the National Truth and Reconciliation Comission, co-authored 150 Acts of Reconciliation, and presented at A Bold Vision, a conference bringing together prominent Canadian women 150 years after Confederation.

Guy Felicella

Guy Felicella grew up in a middle class home in Richmond but fell into addiction at a young age and spent 30 years in the repeated cycle of gangs, addiction, treatment and jail. He spent nearly 20 years in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside using many resources, including harm reduction, to keep himself alive. Today, Guy has escaped the grips of the turmoil that kept him suffering and resides with his wife and three young children with multiple years of recovery and sobriety under his belt.

Michelle C Johnson

Michelle C Johnson is an activist, social justice warrior, author, anti-racism consultant and trainer, intuitive healer, and yoga teacher and practitioner. She has led dismantling racism work in many settings for over two decades and has a background and two decades of practice as a clinical social worker. Her latest books are Finding Refuge: Heart Work for Healing Collective Grief and Skill in Action: Radicalizing Your Yoga Practice to Create a Just World.

Prentis Hemphill

Prentis Hemphill (They/Them) is unearthing the connections between healing, community accountability and our most inspired visions for social transformation. Prentis is a therapist, somatics teacher and facilitator, political organizer, writer and the founder of The Embodiment Institute. For over 10 years, Prentis has been working with individuals and organizations during their most challenging moments of change; navigating leadership transitions, conflict, and realigning practice with values.

Sabila Khan

Sabila Khan is a native of Jersey City, NJ, a mother of two, and works in the book publishing industry. She co-founded Covid-19 Loss Support for Family & Friends–the largest collection of Covid bereaved in the world–four days after losing her community activist father to the virus. Covid-19 Loss Support not only offers a safe space for members to grieve their losses, but it also provides free and low-cost mental health resources and support. 

The Wisdom of Trauma movie

Wisdom of Trauma movie Trauma is the invisible force that shapes our lives and how we make sense of the world. It is the root of our deepest wounds. Dr Maté gives us a new vision of a trauma informed society in which we seek to understand the sources of troubling behaviors and disease.

Watch the movie during the week then watch Dr Maté’s live interview to explore his ground breaking trauma treatment Compassionate Inquiry.

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