Dr. Philip David Walsh suddenly passed away at North York General Hospital on November 23, 2015 after a short illness. Family physician in both urban and remote rural communities in Ontario and British Columbia including First Nations and developed a unique psychotherapy approach called Autosomatic Training. Devoted and loving husband of Dolores Ortuoste-Walsh. Father to Peter David Walsh and Jennifer Ann Walsh. Predeceased by siblngs Bob, Betty, Dan and Joan. Loving uncle to many.

"His goal and passion in life was to heal the planet, one person at a time."

(The family wishes this to be a private event.)

Highland Funeral Home & Cremation Centre – Scarborough Chapel
3280 Sheppard Ave. East, Toronto, ON, CANADA, M1T 3K3
Friday, 27 Nov 2015 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday, 28 Nov 2015 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Highland Funeral Home & Cremation Centre – Scarborough Chapel
3280 Sheppard Ave. East, Toronto, ON, CANADA, M1T 3K3
Saturday, 28 Nov 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

More information: http://highlandfuneral.sharingmemories.ca/site/DrPhilipWalsh.html


What is AutoSomatic Training™?

As the name suggests, AutoSomatic Training™ (AST) involves a training or learning process. What is it that needs to be learned? The learning is about the self. ‘Auto’ comes from Greek and refers to the ‘self’, or ‘directed from within’. In this sense AST is about self examination. That is the self is both what is studied, and the study or learning is self-directed. So AST is self-directed learning that is done through examination of the body (‘soma’ in Greek). What gets specifically examined in the body are the body sensations or feelings. These feelings may be simple body sensations, uncomfortable or painful feelings, and, more importantly, the emotions. So, AutoSomatic Training™ is about learning the techniques of self-examination via examining the emotions and feelings.

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Meet Phil

Phil's life journey  took him on a deep internal search, a personal vision quest. As a result of that process he created, teaches and practices his own form of self-help called AutoSomatic Training. On his quest, he stumbled into AutoSomatic Training on a journey through loneliness, fear, pain, terror, frustration, procrastination, confusion, shame, anger, and rage. Deep in his core he discovered, after working through many painful memories, all the way back to infancy and the womb, that all he ever wanted or needed was to love and be loved – just like everybody else.

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