ONLINE Spring 2020 Mindful Self Compassion Intensive

Due to COVID-19, we will now be offering this course exclusively online.

*Approved for 30 hours CEUs from the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association*

If  you are too hard on your self, learn the skills of befriending your own heart through the research supported mindful self compassion curriculum. This 5 Day Mindful Self Compassion Intensive is a the full eight-session MSC curriculum can be experienced in an intensive format, five full days of training, with a Certified MSC teacher who has completed additional MSC teacher training.   As the name suggests, the MSC intensive is a deep dive into the practice of self-compassion. While it can be emotionally challenging, concentrated practice allows you to become deeply involved in MSC and experience its transformative potential. Learn to manage difficulty with more ease and kindness

Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) combines the skills of mindfulness and self-compassion to enhance our emotional well-being. While mindfulness increases our awareness of the present, self-compassion encourages greater kindness and understanding of periods of suffering. It also helps us accept our flaws and better understand our challenges.

MSC is a research-supported program developed by Dr. Kristin Neff and Dr. Christopher Germer. Research on self-compassion have shown that it boosts happiness and improves relationships while reducing anxiety, depression and shame. Increased levels of self-compassion can transform empathy fatigue into wholehearted engagement with others.

Participants Will Learn
To befriend their self–critic, develop self-compassion skills, and foster goodwill towards themselves and others. The 5-day intensive explores typical responses as difficulties arise.

Who Should Attend
All are welcome. It is especially beneficial for graduates of mindfulness-based programs, such as MBCT/MBSR/MiCBT. No previous experience with mindfulness or meditation is required. This program qualifies as the prerequisite for training as a Mindful Self-Compassion teacher.

Timing

MSC Spring Intensive in Ottawa will be May 7-12, 2020

Opening session Thursday May 7 from 7-9pm then 9am to 5pm Friday to Monday with the last day Tuesday ending at noon.

Total registration of $899 CAD due by May 1, 2020 via e-transfer to info@ottawariverpsychology.com

Fees includes course handouts and guided meditations. 

Upon request, an insurance receipt will be provided on behalf of Kimberly Sogge Ph.D., C.Psych. Clinical Psychologist of Ottawa River Psychology Group. Insurance receipts will not be available prior to the last program session.

  • All participants must be free of substance misuse.
  • If you have third-party insurance, it may cover all or part of the cost of a therapeutic course. We recommend that you contact your insurance provider to confirm what health professions your plan covers (e.g. Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Naturopath) and that this coverage includes the types of therapies in question (sometimes there are restrictions on the particular services covered by a given health profession). Please confirm that profession is covered by your insurance and that the program is not an excluded service for that profession. Insurance receipts will be issued during the final session of the program.
  • Professional CEUs available.

Click the link below to register for “ONLINE Spring 2020 Mindful Self Compassion Intensive”.

613-656-3331

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