A growing body of psychotherapy research over the last decades has been focusing on the importance of self-compassion on our well-being. Individuals with higher self-compassion capacities indicate to be more satisfied with their lives, feel socially more connected and tend to have less anxiety, shame and depression.
Research shows that self-compassionate individuals are more able to accept difficult emotions and have greater efficient emotion regulation skills. Though, many people think of self-compassion as self-pity, self-compassion is an antidote to self-criticism and self-pity. Self-compassion allows us to utterly accept painful experiences and show self-kindness so we go through the pain with greater ease. Self-compassion is the key to vulnerability which is essential for creating meaningful relationships.
Join this experiential workshop and sense the proven power of self-kindness, self-care and mindfulness.
You will learn:
- how to break the cycle of self-criticism and self-judgment.
- how to stop procrastinating and motivate yourself.
- how to sooth yourself and feel comfortable with difficult emotions.
- how to connect with yourself and others.
- practical self-compassion exercises for your daily life.
Are you ready to transform your relationship with yourself and others?
Date and time: Saturday the 18thof November 2023 from 10:00-16:30
Location: Individual Therapy Berlin, Saarbrücker Strasse 28, 10405 Berlin
Number of participants: To ensure the affective participation of all attendees the maximum number of participants is limited to 8.
Costs: Regular 220€/190€ early bird till the 18thof October 2023
Your Trainer: Ghazaleh Bailey is a psychotherapist, couple therapist and coach in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg. Her work and research has been focused on the power of emotions and self-compassion. In addition, Ghazaleh has been interested in Buddhism and has been practicing meditation for more than 10 years.