– in yourself and others
Research shows that exercising self-compassion creates more resilience against stress, greater ability to focus, increases happiness and optimism, improves relationships and more. This live online course explains why and gives you a range of effective techniques you can use straight away…
Developing Self-Compassion Live Online Training
Date: Thurs 12th October 2023
Length: 1 day (9.15am - 4.00pm BST)
Tutor: Julie Johnson
Accredited CPD Certificate: 6 hours
- Price: £145 £125 per person
Price includes course notes and access to a recording of the event
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Absolutely brilliant workshop from beginning to end!Carmel Austin
SAVE £20! LAST DATE for a while – Join our expert tutor Julie Johnson live online on Thurs 12th October for this helpful CPD training delivered via Zoom. When you book, we’ll email your booking confirmation – your link for joining the Zoom workshop will be sent the day before the event – numbers are limited so book soon to ensure your place.
BONUS RECORDING – the training is recorded, in case anyone experiences technical difficulties, so you’ll also get a recording afterwards for a limited time to maximise your learning.
Many people struggle with showing themselves compassion – they may be highly critical of themselves, or wracked with feelings of shame, self-doubt or self-worth – but with the right approach it is possible to help them develop this key component of recovery and wellbeing.
This new online self-compassion course provides you with all you need to know to bring self-compassion into your practice, your personal life and the lives of others – with plenty of time to try out the techniques for yourself.
Why take this course
Being compassionate towards ourselves when things go wrong, or we are struggling to cope, is not self-pity – it is an essential skill that can be learnt and developed, giving people the strength to move forward.
When things don’t go our way or we feel we can’t cope – or something bad has happened to us – we may feel ashamed or blame ourselves for not being good enough, capable enough, strong enough and so on. This negative self-criticism can be highly damaging and hold us back. It is far more empowering to turn towards ourselves with compassion (which is what self-compassion literally means).
Helping people to find the best ways to draw out their self-compassion is a skill that needs to be learned. Different from empathy (the ability to appreciate what another person is experiencing) and from self-pity (which is self-focused, exaggerates personal suffering and is disempowering and draining), self-compassion enhances resilience, allowing us to recognise our personal failings while appreciating that we are all human and make mistakes – thus helping us to move on past them.
Learning how to use self-compassion from a human givens perspective makes it an extra-valuable tool for supporting our clients in getting their innate needs met and making best use of their innate resources. It may also help you in your own life.
This indepth 1-day live online self-compassion experiential training day shows you how.
A wonderful learning experience, jam-packed full of useful teaching and loads of references to resources for further self study and development...Karsten Alva-Jorgensen, Executive Coach
What will you learn
- What self-compassion is and isn’t
- Research findings that demonstrate the positive effects on the body and mind of exercising self-compassion
- Why some people find self-compassion difficult
- The roots of self-compassion
- A new empowering perspective on making mistakes
- How practising self-compassion helps our ability to problem solve
- An important adjunctive tool for working with harsh self-criticism, trauma, emotional pain; bereavement, loss, change, and chronic-conditions
- Why self-compassion increases resilience
- Simple techniques for self-soothing and self-care
- How to apply these new understandings in therapy
- The especial value of using these techniques with parents and children
- How to bring these technique seamlessly into everyday life
- Ways that self-compassion helps with meeting emotional needs
- The impact of self-compassionate practice on organisations
- How self-compassion can help children become happier and kinder
- Why compassion for oneself enhances sense of status
- Ways that exercising self-compassion lowers emotional arousal and unhelpful thinking
- How self-compassion differs from both compassion and empathy
- The dangers of too much self-compassion
- How self-compassion helps focus the imagination positively
- Creative applications of self-compassion
- How self-compassion maps onto every human need and innate emotional resource, making it an essential tool in every HG practitioner’s toolbox
- Practical examples and case histories to learn from
Who is this course suitable for?
- Anyone interested for personal or professional reasons
- Including anyone working as a practitioner helping those in mental distress or with chronic physical conditions
- Anyone interested in skills to help promote their own wellbeing and that of others
- Anyone working or living with children, or young and older people
- Anyone working with parents
- Anyone working within a caring context, such as carers, teachers, NHS workers, foster carers, social workers etc
- Therapists, counsellors and mental health professionals
Feedback from clients
The ‘Developing Self-Compassion’ live online training day starts at 9.15am and runs until 4.00pm. (BST).
On completion of this training you’ll receive CPD certificates from the College and the CPD Standards Office.
Register your interest
If you can’t make this course, please complete the form below and we’ll email you when another date becomes available.
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