Learn, practice and explore
self-compassion in psychotherapy

What do you need to bring your best self to the care of your clients?

We are here to support you. Our Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy (SCIP) faculty, community, and certificate program are here to help you integrate self-compassion into your clinical practice and reduce your exhaustion, prevent burnout, and care more compassionately for yourself while you’re caring for your clients.

In a community-supported learning environment, you’ll gain access to leading edge research and clinical applications of self-compassion across multiple modalities from world-class researchers, clinicians, and teachers in the psychotherapy, mindfulness, and compassion fields.

All online, from the comfort of your office or home, you’ll participate in expert webinars, Q&A dialogue, live consultation clinics and home group support sessions, weekly community meditation practice, and a members-only online learning and discussion platform. Upon completion of the program you will be able to say “I am a compassion-based therapist” and know what it truly means.

The SCIP Program is offered by:

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Inspirational and Informative
Video Series

Learn, practice, and explore self-compassion in psychotherapy with Chris Germer, Kristin Neff, and other world-class SCIP faculty experts. Discover how to be present for yourself while integrating self-compassion into your therapy practice.

We will answer these questions and more…

  • What is the larger impact of self-compassion on the field of psychotherapy?
  • How is SCIP informed by self-compassion research?
  • What are the benefits of self-compassion for you as a therapist and your psychotherapy clients?
  • Where do you start if you want to integrate self-compassion into your clinical work?
  • Who are the SCIP faculty experts?
  • What can people expect from participating in the SCIP program?
  • Plus you’ll receive access to the SCIP “Meet the Experts” Masterclass video series highlighting why and how our faculty experts apply self-compassion to their specialty areas of practice

Let yourself lean into the experience of your colleagues who are already integrating self-compassion in their clinical work through SCIP.

You don’t have to do it alone. SCIP is here for you.

Importance of
Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy.

Over the past 15 years, research has established that self-compassion is a key ingredient in mental health and psychological wellbeing.

Compassion-based psychotherapy has also been shown to alleviate a wide range of psychological disorders, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and substance dependency. Self-compassion also appears to be an underlying mechanism by which other kinds of therapy seem to work. As a result, psychotherapists and other healthcare professionals are eager to integrate self-compassion more fully into their clinical work.

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