September 10 (Saturday)
3:00 – 6:15 pm Pacific Time
5 – 8:15 pm Central Time
6 – 9:15 pm Eastern Time
10 pm – 1:15 am UTC
12 – 3:15 am Central European Time on September 11
7 – 10:15 am Japan Time on September 11
8 – 11:15 am Australian Eastern Time on September 11
10 am – 1:15 pm New Zealand on on September 11
Zoom Link for Main Sessions: Join Here
Meeting ID: 828 5576 1335
Zoom Guidelines: CMSC utilizes the Zoom platform for this training. If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, please first review Zoom’s helpful audio, video, and Quick Start guides. You can also log in 30 minutes before the session to troubleshoot your connection. Important – Starting Nov. 1, 2021, customers will need to update their Zoom client to ensure their software is no more than nine months behind the current version before using the platform. Learn more about the change here.
This recording will be available for viewing until November 15. It will not be downloadable.
Zoom link for the Fierce Self-Compassion workshop Main Sessions: Join here
Regardless of your comfort with the Zoom platform, we ask that all participants try to log in at least 5-10 minutes before the sessions begin so that you can be settled and ready to begin.
For Zoom Technical Issues:
Meg Mathieson: [email protected]
For Registration or Payment Questions:
Gail: [email protected]
For CMSC Program Related Questions:
Laura Stein: [email protected]
Kristin Neff website: https://self-compassion.org
A unique aspect of this Fierce Self-Compassion workshop is the opportunity to engage with Mentors online while going through the program if you have questions or are struggling in some way.
Laila Narsi, LCSW, CMMT, Certified MSC Teacher
Laila Narsi, LCSW, CMMT is a Certified Mindful Self-Compassion teacher and a Trauma Informed Psychotherapist in private practice in Texas. She is also the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion’s Coordinator of Retreats and Coordinator of Circles of Practice Public Offering. Growing up on three continents, Laila has a deep respect and understanding of cultural and linguistics. She has travelled around the world working with several teachers cultivating her interests in mindfulness, diversity, cultural studies, human rights, and international arts. For more information, please visit her website at https://themindfulself.com
David Fredrickson, MFT
Writer, teacher, advocate, and psychotherapist, David Fredrickson has worked with and learned from underserved and traumatized communities including at-risk children and families, the LGBTQIAP+ community, and those affected by HIV/AIDS. Following his own health crisis, activated by caregiver fatigue, David discovered that his care often did not include himself. Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) became part of his own healing and as a MSC teacher he is committed to bringing this powerful balm to others. A long-time resident of San Francisco, David is a lover of nature, music, good friends, dogs, and good food.