Do you: have an inner voice that is harsh?
feel a relentless push toward self-improvement?
wish to learn ways to build supportive relationships towards yourself, others and your life?
This resource building program may be just what you need.
Mindful Self-Compassion is an empirically supported course developed by Christopher Germer (PhD) and Kristin Neff (PhD) designed to cultivate self-compassion and mindfulness skills.
MSC helps us learn to befriend all aspects of ourselves and build a warm-hearted response to our daily experience, especially during difficult times.
MSC also helps us to: tap into and build our emotional strength and resilience (and lower levels of anxiety and depression) treat ourselves with the same kind understanding we would a good friend motivate and encourage ourselves meet difficult emotions with greater ease care for ourselves whilst caring for others build more satisfying personal relationships and live more authentically
Anyone can learn and develop MSC skills even if we haven’t had much previous experience – we take it slow!
MSC 10-week Online Format: Thursday: 6:15 – 9pm
Your Teachers: Bronwyn Pinkster: Bronwyn is a trained MSC teacher, a teacher of qigong and a self-employed counsellor using expressive arts practices. Bronwyn enjoys playing with her 6-month old golden retriever, swimming in the ocean and being a grandmum to 4 grandkids under 4! She has a blog that you can find here.
Emma Willoughby: A certified MSC teacher with a background in social work and two decades worth of working in mental health advocacy/promotion where Emma has learnt self-compassion can truly make a difference. Emma teaches from the heart, bringing her lived commitment to MSC as a gentle and authentic ongoing way of living. .