Would you like to discover how to integrate self-compassion into your clinical work?

On the 6th of January, the application for our brand new 30-week Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy (SCIP) program will open.

🎁 As a special preview, you can join our four-week “Meet the SCIP Experts” journey starting on December 16th; to learn more about our SCIP program dynamics, watch SCIP experts interviews, engage in our live Q&A with Chris Germer and Kristin Neff, and take part in our launch!

In the next four weeks, we will show you how our SCIP experts are using self-compassion in their clinical work.



This “Meet the SCIP Experts” journey is created specifically for psychotherapists who see the importance of self-compassion for mental health & wellbeing and want to integrate self-compassion more deeply into their own way of practicing, and…

  • have a foundation in mindfulness- and acceptance-based treatment and would like to add another dimension – self-compassion – to their practice.
  • wish to use their personal mindfulness and compassion practice as a foundation for effective therapeutic relationships and interventions.
  • benefitted from the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program and would like to bring the principles and practices of MSC into how they treat clients.
  • are seeking a continuing education experience that is welcoming to all identities and intersections of identity.

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

Why
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.

Our “Meet the SCIP Experts” journey will consist of…

Why CMSC created SCIP
Therapeutic Presence & Embodiment

Interviews with:

  • Chris Germer
  • Kristin Neff
  • Steven Hickman
  • Galia Tyano Ronen
  • Shari Geller
  • Ann Biasetti

Therapeutic Alliance; Diversity, Relationships, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

Interviews with:

  • Sydney Spears
  • Ravi Chandra
  • David Treleaven
  • Christian Stiglmayr

Therapy Interventions; related to different age groups and disorders

Interviews with:

  • Paul Gilbert
  • Marta Alonso
  • Ben Weinstein
  • Zev Schuman-Olivier
  • Lorraine Hobbs

Opening SCIP application
Live Q&A

Livestream with:

  • Chris Germer
  • Kristin Neff
  • Steven Hickman
  • Galia Tyano Ronen

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Meet the SCIP Experts.

Sign up here and on Wednesday, December 16th we will email you a link to our first interviews with Center for Mindful Self Compassion co-founders Chris Germer and Kristin Neff, and SCIP instructors Shari Geller and Anne Biasetti.

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SCIP & Meet the experts is offered by CMSC

What to expect in the next four weeks?

The journey will start on Wednesday, December 16th. You will learn more about self-compassion in psychotherapy, our SCIP program, and…

  • Receive a weekly email to access new content
  • Learn from 10+ recorded interviews with our SCIP experts
  • Attend a live Q&A with Chris Germer and Kristin Neff
  • Get early access to join our 30-week SCIP program
  • Join our online community to connect with other therapists
  • Participate in our SCIP research to improve our program

Ready to apply to our 30-week SCIP program?

If you’re already sure that you want to be a part of our first SCIP cohort, feel free to send us an email at [email protected] so we can get in contact with you.

Kind Regards,

SCIP Program Director

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