How to be Kind to Yourself: A Deeper Dive
An on-demand, 4-part training series
Kindness and compassion are both good. In some ways, they feel like very natural human motivations. But turning kindness and compassion towards ourselves can sometimes feel confusing, difficult, and even overwhelming. In this 4-part series we take a closer look at the blocks to self-compassion, how to work around your blocks, and how to deepen your practice.
During this 4-part series we will...
Part 1: Identify your blocks
What self-compassion is, what it isn't, what some of the blocks to self-compassion might be, and how to work with them.
Part 2: Understand your motives
How to validate, reassure and encourage ourselves as part of self-compassion, in simple terms and including practical tips!
Part 4: Deepen your practice
A selection of practical, self-compassion strategies and an intention to put them into practice, being kind to yourself every day.
This webinar will help you have a real and practical sense of how to be kind to yourself, and invite you to set an intention and begin to take steps towards a more compassionate life, now and into the future!
. One-hour, introductory webinar
. Recordings available later on-demand
. Self-compassion worksheet
. Attendance certificate
Dr Stan Steindl
Stan is a therapist, researcher and trainer who focuses on a therapeutic approach called Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). Part of CFT involves bringing compassion to our own difficulties, challenges or stressors, otherwise known as self-compassion.
Stan has worked with countless people to help them develop self-compassion. And there’s certainly a lot of evidence that self-compassion can lead to improved confidence, increased motivation, and greater life satisfaction and happiness.
The problem is that people often feel unsure or confused about it. The most common response they give to the idea of self-compassion is, “Sure! But how do I do it?”
Stan's has a passion for identifying with people clear, simple, down-to-earth and day-to-day ways and means of putting self-compassion into practice. And the results are often quite profound!