Teaching Self-Compassion to Your Clients (and yourself) IN-PERSON Workshop on Friday, October 22, 2021 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm presented by Shira Greenfield, LCPC.
***This is an “IN-PERSON” workshop. THIS TRAINING IS FULL, CONTACT KDOHERTY@MC708.ORG TO BE PUT ON THE WAIT LIST***
REGISTER NOW! FREE 3 CEUs for LSW/LCSW, LPC/LCPC, & Psychiatrists (IAODAPCA included)
People who go to therapy often carry guilt for their past behaviors and shame from their past experiences and traumas. They may have developed compensatory behaviors of caring for others and consistently, not just putting themselves last, but actively criticizing and neglecting themselves. They seek out therapy when they realize how resentful and exhausted they have become. Others approach therapy seeking help for the anxiety and constant self judgement that comes from perfectionism. Others seek help when they are so depressed they begin to wonder if their lives are worth living. All of these people (and maybe you too) can benefit from self compassion.
This training will utilize both didactic and experiential learning styles.
Define self compassion and the difference between self esteem and self compassion.
Describe the components of the yin and yang of self compassion.
Describe the five myths of self compassion.
Discuss the connection between mindfulness and self compassion.
Learn and practice concrete self-compassion skills.
Shira Greenfield is a licensed clinical professional counselor with over 30 years of counseling, program development, public speaking, and community relations experience. Shira has developed clinical and educational programs from idea phase through evaluation. She is currently the clinical director of Pivotal Counseling Center in Woodstock, Illinois.