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Marta Alonso Maynar

Marta Alonso Maynar, PhD, is a professional collegiate psychologist and specialist in clinical psychology with the Ministry of Education and Science in Spain. As a Clinical Psychologist, she is specialized in mindfulness and compassion treatments. Marta earned an Advanced Masters´ Degree in Clinical Psychology and another one in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy. Her career has developed primarily in the areas of teaching compassion and mindfulness to therapists, especially about integrating them in anxiety disorders. She also has taught several Self-Compassion in Clinical Practice workshops with Dr. Chris Germer internationally and is the Vice President of the Executive Board of the Center For MSC. As the first certified MSC teacher in the Spanish language, Marta is an MSC Teacher Trainer and Mentor, and has taught more than 50 editions of the program. She is a co-author of “Mindfulness en la Práctica Clínica” and produced with Dr. Simón the bestsellers CD-books: “Mindfulness y Autocompasión” as well as several papers and book chapters. She holds the European Certificate of Competence in Professional Psychology “Europsy” and the recognition as European Expert in Psychotherapy by the EFPPA.

The SCIP Program consists of…

Two home retreats
Three
core concepts
Twelve
content modules
Twelve consultation group meetings

Active online discussion forum on course material.

Weekly meditation, practice instruction, and support from MSC certified teachers.

Program Prerequisites

Admission is by application, and all applicants must:

Have attended the full Mindful Self-Compassion program (8 Week or 5-Day Intensive format, in-person or online prior to starting the program). In order to establish a firm foundation of immersion in self-compassion and personal practice, this is a firm requirement for entry into the Certification program.
I haven’t taken the course yet, how can I attend?

Be a licensed or supervised mental health professional with active liability insurance. Psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, licensed mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, are invited to apply, as are students enrolled in a graduate psychotherapy training program. Other professionals will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Participants are expected to commit themselves to daily meditation practice for the duration of the course. This is essential for the understanding of how meditation practice works and its application in psychotherapy and caregiving.

Participate in the online “live” program weekly on Wednesdays, beginning October 19, 2022, with a break in the month of December. Attendance at 80% of the sessions is required to formally complete the course.


Cohort Three Important Dates*

Two-day opening retreat Saturday/Sunday, October 15-16, 2022 from 7:00 am – 12:00 pm Pacific Time
The program starts on Wednesday, October 19, 2022, at 8:00 am Pacific Time
The weekly live meetings, every Wednesday from 8:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Time, until June 21, 2023
December Break December 1, 2022 – January 3, 2023
Two-day closing retreat Saturday/Sunday, June 24-25, 2023 from 7:00 am – 12:00 pm Pacific Time
*In addition to the above sessions, participants can expect to invest approximately five hours per week of reading, discussion board participation, and individual practice.
Download the Cohort 3 Course Outline with full calendar and objective details.

Are you ready and willing to become a part of this big global change?

Join the next cohort of SCIP Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy in a unique adventure.

You have the opportunity to take a bold step into the future now by leading the transformation of the field of psychotherapy while belonging to a community that values the internal search and the influence it has on humanity.


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