Would you like to discover how to integrate self-compassion into your clinical work?
Join our four-week “Meet the SCIP Experts” journey; 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.
… 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.
Our “Meet the SCIP Experts” journey will consist of…
Why CMSC created SCIP
Therapeutic Presence & Embodiment
Therapeutic Alliance; Diversity, Relationships, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
Therapy Interventions; related to different age groups and disorders
Live Q&A replay
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Ready to apply to our 30-week SCIP program?
If you’re already sure you want to join the SCIP program and community, we welcome you and your application. You can register and apply here.
SCIP Education Director