The Self-Compassion Inside Psychotherapy 2024

SCIP 2024 Cohort 1:
Monday, September 16th – December 9th (no class Oct 14th)  from 8:00 am – 11:00 am PT
Galia Tyano Ronen and Jorge C. Armesto 

SCIP 2024 Cohort 2:
Mondays, September 16th – December 9th (no class Oct 14th) from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm PT
Shari Geller and Anna Friis

The primary goals of the SCIP program are:
• To support psychotherapists in integrating the transformative power of self-compassion into their practice in a progressive, experiential, and systematic manner.
• To provide comprehensive training that includes didactic presentations, discussion sessions, clinical consultation, and personal practice support.
• To foster a safe and engaging learning environment where therapists can deeply connect with the principles of mindfulness and self-compassion, enhancing their therapeutic presence and interventions.
• To ensure the program is accessible, affordable, and meets the diverse needs of participants from various backgrounds and time zones.

The primary focus of these sessions will be on Therapeutic Presence,  Alliance and Interventions from a foundation of self-compassion. 

SCIP Program Topics Will Include:
• How to embody, speak and apply mindfulness and self-compassion with patients
• The lived experience as the gateway to freedom
• What’s appropriate and not appropriate for self-compassion interventions. Is self-compassion ever ‘wrong’ as a suggested modality? Clinical examples of all types
• Discerning the self-compassion tools and view to be used in the psychotherapies
• Neuroscientific and clinical research in self-compassion
• The practice of ethical conduct in clinical practice and the role of ethical conduct in patient well-being
• Teaching self-compassion practices to clients
• Risks and adverse effects of self-compassion practice
• Psychotherapy as a relational mindfulness practice
• Clinical applications across psychotherapeutic modalities & populations, including: depression; anxiety; eating disorders; psychophysiological disorders; CFT; trauma-sensitive mindfulness; shame; addictions and recovery; children and teens; parenting; diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
NOTE: this application will be discussed extensively in the second part of training

Purpose: A creative, collaborative, and supportive environment for psychotherapists (and those in training) from around the globe, to strengthen their self-care and deepen and enrich their professional work and their clients’ therapeutic experience and results through self-compassion practice.

Vision: To create a large and vibrant community of psychotherapists that is accessible, informative, and content-rich, and supports the members in deepening their practice of self-compassion, their appreciation for its role in psychotherapy, and their application of self-compassion in their professional activities.

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