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  • To Co-Teach or Not to Co-Teach

    Marcia Burton, an MSC teacher in Canada, shares how teaching with an assistant helped her to deepen her connection with and expression of her core teaching values.

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  • Chapter 1: An Introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion

    This excerpt from Chapter 1 of Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program: A Guide for Professionals, explains some of the essential elements of the Mindful Self-Compassion program and answers frequently asked questions. May this Professional Guide serve you and inform your teaching!

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  • Bringing MSC to Healthcare Settings: Teacher Training Now Available Online

    Healthcare providers have unique challenges in the workplace. For MSC teachers who wish to bring self-compassion training to this group, we invite you to join us in starting in November for a Teacher Training for the 6-week MSC adaptation for healthcare pros: Inner Resiliency Training for Healthcare Communities.

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  • Teen MSC Program Now Officially a Program of CMSC

    CMSC, Karen Bluth, and Lorraine Hobbs are pleased to announce that Making Friends With Yourself is now being solely managed and directed by CMSC. We expect that this move will provide a boost to this unique program that is already touching and inspiring teens around the globe, with over 200 MFY teachers having been trained thus far.

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  • Refresh, Renew and Relax at a Weekend Retreat for MFY Teachers

    June 16-19, 2020 North Carolina, USA Oceanfront, Trinity Episcopal Retreat Center CMSC is excited to announce a retreat for MFY teachers in the summer of 2020 on the North Carolina […]

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  • Sense & Savour With Your MSC Colleagues in Bordeaux

    Please join us in Bordeaux, France in October 2020, to share, practice, and learn together with other MSC teachers from around the world. The Sense & Savour retreat is a safe, fun, and creative haven for Mindful Self-Compassion teachers from all around the world who wish to exchange ideas and best practices, refresh personal practice, and learn new ways to promote and market our programs.

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