About us

Gurmat therapy is a professional course for practitioners and health professional that is designed to provide individuals with practical skills combining experiential practices and sound scientific and philosophical underpinning by two world class experts, Davinder Singh Panesar, Mindfulness & Transpersonal Psychotherapist Gurmat Psychotherapist, founder of Gurmat psychology, pioneer of mindfulness and contemplative health interventions and Professor Arvindpal Mandair  Associate Professor of Sikh Studies.

Dav Panesar BSc (Hons) MRSC MCIM MSc. Consciousness studies & Transpersonal Psychology, Mindfulness & Transpersonal Psychotherapist Gurmat Psychotherapist

Arvind-Pal Mandair Associate Professor of Sikh Studies B.Sc. Ph.D (Chemistry – Aston University, UK) MA, Ph.D (Philosophy – University of Warwick, UK) Philosophy/Religion/Postcolonial Theory – Sikh Studies/South Asian Studies

Gurmat therapy is an Integral psychology that offers a map to heal the whole person. It is a comprehensive approach to understanding human experience, development and growth.

Gurmat therapy offers a systematic inquiry into who we are and how we live as human beings, taking into account and makes use of the vast range of experiential based knowledge so that one can clearly understand and effectively approach self-development and growth.

The application of Gurmat therapy in addressing mental health including anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain, illnesses and related issues can be found at The Flame, centre for mindfulness, holistic health and wellbeing

Gurmat therapy is a latest offering of the highly evolved human development and evidence rich systems from India and the Far East particularly Buddhism, Ayurveda, Yoga, Daoism and Zen.