Time: April 24, 2015 at 5pm to May 3, 2015 at 1pm
Location: Waters Edge Retreat
Street: 18 McCalley Creek Lane
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Event Type: workshop/retreat
Organized By: Cheryl Mansson
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2015
a workshop facilitated by Deirdre Fay, LICSW
What We’ll Learn
The emotional skill of self-compassion and how to apply it when we need it most.
How to enhance mindfulness with self-compassion.
Self-compassion practices for daily life.
How to motivate yourself with kindness rather than criticism.
That warming up with self-compassion counteracts shame and fear better than anything.
How to handle difficult emotions with greater ease.
How to transform challenging relationships.
How to enjoy our lives more fully.
What We’ll Do in the Workshop and Take Away
The group is a combination of short teachings with experiential exercises in practicing self-compassion from the inside. Some exercises are done individually, some with another person, and some will happen in the larger group. You always have the option to do the exercises - or not. Learning to be self-compassionate happens in each moment. You are supported each step of the way.
The workshop includes two weekends
Friday, April 24 through Sunday, April 26
Friday, May 1 through Sunday, May 3, 2015
Each Friday is 5pm – 8pm • Each Saturday is 9am – 4pm • Each Sunday is 9am – 1pm
Held at Waters Edge Retreat • 18 McCalley Creek Lane, Seabrook, SC • near Beaufort, SC
Register by March 1, 2015 • $625.
Registration after March 1, 2015 • $675.
To register please mail your name, email, phone and fee (pay to order of Deirdre Fay) to:
Cheryl Mansson • 18 McCalley Creek Ln. • Seabrook, SC 29940
Please indicate if you desire the 26 complimentary CEU’s.
Cheryl Mansson, MA • email@example.com • 843.466.0764
The workshop is based on the curriculum developed from the research of
Kristin Neff, PhD & Chris Germer, PhD
Workshop Web Page
Deirdre Fay, LICSW is in private practice in Arlington, MA. She is a teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion founded by Kristin Neff, PhD. For the past thirty plus years Deirdre has integrated meditation and yoga with trauma and attachment theory. She founded “Becoming Safely Embodied Skills” (workbook available) now taught around the world. Her upcoming book “Organizing the Disorganized Body Mind: Using yoga, self-compassion and parts work to safely heal trauma” will be released in 2016 by Norton Publishing.