Special Populations

February 10, 2020

The Promise of Self-Compassion for Attorneys

By Admin

Many lawyers may think that self-compassion is too touchy feely and that if they indulge in such feelings, they will lose their edge.  While skepticism is understandable, research findings debunk some of the common misconception about the construct....

February 3, 2020

Chapter 8: Facilitating Group Process

By Center For Mindful Self-Compassion

Another excerpt from, "Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program: A Guide for Professionals", this time about working with groups and specifically Trauma survivors. "“Safety first” is a general rule of MSC training and it applies particularly ...

January 25, 2020

Healing in Community: Project Huruma

By Lorraine Hobbs

Project Huruma has emerged with a vision to support caregivers and survivors of trauma around the world with mindfulness and self-compassion skills, starting with the Mt. Elgon community in Western Kenya. Here, we offer you the first in a series of a...

July 15, 2019

“How is Your Heart Today?”
Compassion at Angola Prison

By Dr. Chris Germer
CMSC Co-Founder

Touched by the depth of caring and authentic brotherhood he found during a recent trip to Angola Prison in Louisiana, USA, Chris Germer discovered the power of self-compassion to support those suffering under the oppressive weight of shame for their ...

May 9, 2019

Mindful Self-Compassion benefits health care providers, especially those lacking in self-compassion

By Krista Gregory

by Krista Gregory, MDiv
Amidst unprecedented rates of burnout and suicide, RCT shows that abbreviated MSC program provides much-needed relief to health care professionals....