Our next program will begin in January 2017. You can register here.
CMSC에서는 또한 온라인 MSC를 제공합니다(OMSC). OMSC는 MSC와 동일한 내용으로 구성되어 있으나, 직접 참여할 때는8회기로 진행되지만 온라인에서는 10회기로 진행됩니다. MSC지도자가 온라인 그룹을 이끌게 되고, 약 12사람이 참여하는 것을 권장합니다. OMSC는 본인이 살고 있는 지역에서 MSC를 참여할 수 없는 분이나 코스에 참여하기 위해 집을 떠나는 것에 어려움이 있는 분 또는 MSC를 이미 수강하고 다시 한 번 듣고 싶어하는 분들을 위해 개설되었습니다.
You can sign up for a free 1-hour information session here We really want to see you at LOMSC. To help you get there, we’re offering you $100 off the registration fee if you come to the Introductory Session. After attending a free 1-hour information session, please contact email@example.com if you’d like to take us up on this offer.
The program is offered at different days and times in the week so that folks from all around the world can attend. CMSC offers a limited number of scholarships so that hopefully everyone who wants to attend can. The course is run weekly for 10 consecutive weeks (there may be a break for a week, here and there, to accommodate holidays and teacher availability).
Classes will be around 12 participants. Classes are small to allow plenty of time with the teacher, and so that everyone in the group has an opportunity to feel seen and heard throughout the course.
LOMSC offers around 95% of the material from the MSC program developed by Chris Germer and Kristin Neff.
Participants will be invited to view reading material and informational videos before each class so that our precious class time can be saved for meditations, exercises and group sharing. Classes are 2 hours long, however one session will be a 3-hour online retreat.
LOMSC’s home is an online Learning Management System called Power Schools Learning, and we use a web conferencing platform called Zoom. After you register, we will support you in gaining access to both these tools.
There are no prerequisites for LOMSC, however we will ask you to complete an application form so that we can start to get to know you.
Kristy Arbon, BSW is the CMSC’s Coordinator of LOMSC, a Certified MSC Teacher and a member of the UCSD
Center for Mindfulness, Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute. She has been working with the developers of the MSC program, Chris Germer and Kristin Neff, as well as the developers of the MSC Teacher Guide, Chris, Kristin, Steve Hickman and Michelle Becker (both from UCSD Center for Mindfulness, Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute) since the inception of CMSC in 2012. She teaches MSC and self-compassion courses online and in person in the US, New Zealand, Canada and Australia.
Kristy also helped develop online learning programs for the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy (Certificate Program in Mindfulness and Psychotherapy) and InnerKids (Inner Kids Professional Development Program). She loves the online environment, and hopes to continue to develop tools that make online learning even more accessible and rewarding.
Kristy is very passionate about MSC. She writes about her experiences within a mindfulness and self-compassionate framework on her website, www.HeartWorks.training. She also runs online book study groups, offers talks and workshops on mindfulness and self-compassion and runs a mindfulness practice group for IFS therapists in St Louis.
She is delighted to take up this opportunity to spread MSC practice out to people who may otherwise not be able to access an MSC group! You can email Kristy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcella Cox, MS is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), certified yoga instructor (RYT) a Certified MSC Teacher and a member of the UCSD Center for Mindfulness, Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute. In her private practice in San Carlos, CA she uses mindfulness and compassion based psychotherapy in working with adults and adolescents. She specializes in working with eating disorders, weight and body image issues; anxiety and mood disorders; relationship issues; life transitions; stress-related issues; and other related mental health issues. To support clients in their healing, her focus is the dynamic connection between body, heart and mind. She use a holistic and integrative approach to help clients cultivate healthier relationships with themselves and other people. She teaches clients mindfulness skills to increase awareness of thoughts and emotions, and she helps clients develop compassion for themselves and awaken inner strength and wisdom to make healthier choices in their lives.
She is inspired by the transformational power of mindfulness and compassion in helping people heal their hearts and minds, and she is honored to be a part of your self-compassion journey. For more information about Marcella, please visit her website, www.marcellacox.com. You can email Marcella at email@example.com
Natalie Bell is a Certified MSC Teacher and a member of the UCSD Center for Mindfulness, Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute. Natalie has been practicing mindful awareness and meditation since 1985 and is committed to living with compassionate awareness. She lived in an ashram for a year in 1989 dedicating herself to intensive practice of meditation and mindful movement practices. After studying neuropsychology she became a Physical Therapist, working for 17 years as a clinician, Director of Rehabilitation, and a clinical specialist for medical devices in rehabilitation.
Natalie is a certified mindfulness instructor for the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC) teaching Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) classes and workshops for UCLA and Teach For America. She teaches MSC at the new Center for Mindful Living in Los Angeles and at various healthcare organizations. Natalie had professional training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) with Jon Kabat Zinn and is also a teacher for eMindful. She is the Director of Corporate Programs at Unplug Meditation studio in L.A. Natalie believes deeply that through compassionate awareness we have the capacity for renewal, of body, mind, and spirit. For more information about Natalie, please visit her website, www.nataliebell.com. You can email Natalie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our next program will begin in January 2017. You can register here.
Program times are:
The cost of the program is US$495 per person. A limited number of scholarships are available (you can apply for a scholarship using the registration form). Places will be offered in the order application forms are received. Places are confirmed once payment is received.
Course registration fees will be refunded in full or transferred to future LOMSC dates if a cancellation occurs up to 2 weeks before a course begins. A 50% refund or the option to transfer to a future LOMSC will be offered if cancelling up to a week before a course begins. No refunds can be offered if cancelling later than a week before a course begins (except on compassionate grounds for extenuating circumstances).
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Kristy at email@example.com.
We hope to see you online soon, and we also hope that whatever your practice is, it leads to more mindfulness and more self-compassion in your day!
알아두실 점: OMSC를 수료해도 MSC 지도자 연수(Teacher Training)을 받을 자격요건을 충족하지는 못합니다. 왜냐하면, 코스에서 다른 사람을 가르쳐야 할 지도자는 MSC를 그룹에 참여해 직접 경험해야 하기 때문입니다.
현재 OMSC는 영어로만 진행되고 있지만, 우리는 다른 언어로도 진행되기를 바라고 있습니다.
비용, 등록, 앞으로 열리게 되는 OMSC에 대해 보다 더 자세히 알고 싶으시면, 여기를 클릭하세요.