After the publication of his controversial memoirs “Spare”, Prince Harry will continue to talk about his experience as a member of the British royal family in a virtual event with a therapist expert in childhood trauma, where for the first time, the son of Charles III will answer live questions from the audience.
The new public appearance of Prince Harry, 38, is scheduled for March 4. It will be an online session that tickets have been put on sale for a price of $33.99 that includes a copy of the controversial autobiography. The most novel thing is that people will have the possibility to send a question to Harry during the conversation that will last about an hour.
Prince Harry and Gabor Maté
Princess Diana’s son will not be alone. Gabor Maté, a Canadian physician and expert in childhood trauma, will also be in the conversation and will answer questions from the audience.
Maté is the author of the book “The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic Culture”. He is one of the world’s leading voices advocating alternative treatments for addictions, such as the use of the Amazonian plant ayahuasca to treat mental illness.
A treatment that remains illegal in Canada, where authorities threatened to arrest Maté in 2011 if he did not stop using this drug to treat his patients, the Daily Mail reported.
The doctor will talk to Harry about the impact of emotional loss and the importance of personal healing.
“In ‘Spare,’ Prince Harry is very open about his mental health challenges, as I have been about mine in my books. I hope that a public conversation like this will help foster greater openness around mental health and help remove the stigma around what we call mental illness,” said Maté.