Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) Workshop
1-Day Mindfulness Event
Mindful Self-Compassion - MSC Workshop

Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) Workshop

Give Yourself a Break: The Power of Self-Compassion

Sunday, 20 June: 12 – 5pm BST

Description:

Due to the current Corona Virus Pandemic, we are temporally moving this event to our OnlineLive Meeting Space.

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong:
“This shouldn’t be happening! What’s the matter with me!?”

Unfortunately, this tendency just adds stress to our lives and the critical self-talk defeats us before we know what we’re doing.

But what would happen if, instead, you took a moment to calm and comfort yourself when you felt bad, just because you felt bad – much like you’d do for others? In other words, what if you learned the art of mindful self-compassion: Bearing witness to our own suffering (mindfulness) and responding with kindness and understanding (self-compassion). It’s an emotional skill that can be learned by anyone.

Our time together will include:

Simple tools for responding in a kind, compassionate way whenever we suffer, fail, or feel inadequate – essential steps toward living a happier, more fulfilling life.

  • how to stop being so hard on yourself
  • how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
  • how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
  • mindfulness and self-compassion exercises for everyday life

We will take a journey into mindfulness and self-compassion, including meditation, exercises, and discussion.

Teachings are appropriate for the general public as well as health care professionals (for details click here >>).

Private Taster:

If you prefer a private taster as an individual, or for your  group or other organisation, please get in touch to discuss your needs. 

Details: Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC)

Led by:

Susann Herrmann,
Clinical / Occup. Psychol. (MA)

Location:

Zoom OnlineLIVE meeting space.

If you would like to checkout/test the online platform and your internet connection before hand, please feel free to contact us.

Date / Time:

  • Sunday, 20 June
    12 – 5pm BST
    Space opens 15min before we start

Registration closes on Sat 19 Jun, 8pm BST.

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Cost:

  • £ 75

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1. Online

 

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Voice of Participants
Voices of Participants
Newfound insights...
Newfound insights...

I came here not knowing what to expect and left with lots of gifts. This workshop has been a fantastic experience. Susann was very friendly, helpful, understanding and extremely experienced. I definitely left with newfound insights which I will be putting into practice in my life...

Opportunity to reflect...
Opportunity to reflect…

I found it most useful to have the opportunity to reflect and be still, both in a guided way. I’m really asking myself about suffering (tend to work with other’s suffering!). I really enjoyed and taking away a lot...

Powerful and illuminating..
Powerful and illuminating...

The narrated story was very powerful and illuminating and works still in my mind...

Enjoyed...
Enjoyed...

I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed Sunday’s workshop. I found both the guided meditations and writing exercise particularly helpful...

Well taught...
Well taught…

The 5 stages of Acceptance very well taught...

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We very much look forward to welcoming you!

Learning Objectives for participating health care professionals

Health care professionals will benefit by learning skills that they can practice themselves for personal wellbeing, and by enhancing their professional skills in domains such as therapy & teaching.

At the end of the course you will be better able to:

Define mindfulness and self-compassion
List the three components of self-compassion
Define the construct of self-compassion and identity misconceptions
Identify stages of progress on the path to self-compassion
Utilise MSC practices to enhance emotional resilience

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