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Build the skills of mindfulness and self-compassion in order to enhance emotional well-being.
Participants must be able to self-reflect without becoming easily overwhelmed.
What is Cultivating Self Compassion?
Cultivating Self Compassion is a support group for students to build the skills of mindfulness and self- compassion in order to enhance emotional well- being. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore and develop self compassion practices that will help them meet challenges with more kindness, care and understanding.
If you experience self-criticism, low self-worth, perfectionism, burnout, low self-motivation, challenging relationships, and difficulties managing stress, consider joining this support group.
How does it work?
We will explore topics such as:
- managing difficult emotions
- cultivating gratitude
- core values
Program activities include discussions, experiential exercises, meditation and home practices. Some of the topics we will explore include: self-compassion, mindfulness, managing difficult emotions, cultivating gratitude, and core values.
Who is it for?
This group is ideal for people who experience self-criticism, low self-worth, perfectionism, burn-out, low self-motivation, challenging relationships, and difficulties managing stress.
Call our front desk at 778-782-4615 and ask for a screening appointment with Sarah Parkes.
For more information or questions regarding the group, feel free to email Sarah Parkes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2022 Schedule
Sessions will be held via Zoom.
February 8 - March 15
Tuesdays 2:30pm -4:15pm
Check out Upcoming Session for any updated times or changes to the sessions.
Sarah is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with a MA degree in Counselling Psychology from Simon Fraser University. Sarah is committed to providing her clients with a collaborative, safe and nurturing space that honors their unique experiences, culture, histories, and identity. Sarah is passionate about helping her clients recognize their personal strengths, cultivate a more compassionate relationship with themselves, and develop key skills and strategies that will help them address their concerns and move towards their unique personal goals.