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… or therapists who wish to actualize their potential in a community of colleagues and expert teachers.
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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