The practice of Mindful Self-Compassion is to be aware of our thoughts and emotions in the moment, without judgment, and to use our own kind and supportive voice for comfort.
Why learn to do this? At our core we all want a stable baseline of happiness in our life, but the simple reality is; stuff happens. Things go wrong. People upset us. Having the knowledge and skills of how to deal with difficult emotions and move on, then actually doing it…well, it’s the hardest-most rewarding work we’ll do in our lifetime.
Mindful Self-Compassion is based on research! A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that MSC significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.
High Self-Compassion is correlated with:
Humans …we could all benefit. Don’t go it on your own, join our class of like-minded people ready to get down and do some life-changing work.
“I had the opportunity to attend Cynthia’s Mindful Self-Compassion course in 2016 and recommend it wholeheartedly. The information and exercises made it possible for me to overcome a difficult situation with a coworker. Continuing the practice has also helped me deal with and reduce back pain. I am so grateful that I was able to be a part of this significant training. Thank you, Cynthia!” – Crystal Darby, Senior Business Advisor
This class will teach you how to:
You will walk away with:
The total cost for the 8-week course is $349 if you pay before Oct 1. To pay, just select the first course session and enter your payment once.
I teach Emotional Fitness through Mindful Self Compassion. I’m a researcher and the developer of programs that integrate Inner Compassion with Recovery, and the founder and CEO of InnerAlly, a tech company that creates mobile apps to help folks support their own mental wellness.
Cynthia Phelps, PhD
Compassion Coach, CEO InnerAlly Inc.
Dr. Phelps completed the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) teacher training program in 2015 in Garrison NY. She is developing programs that integrate Inner Compassion with Recovery, and developing mobile apps to help people support their own mental wellness.