As practitioners, we know how transformative self-compassion can be – especially when it comes to healing shame.
But here’s the thing – when a client is deeply rooted in shame, the very idea of being kind to themselves can feel undeserved and uncomfortable, even unnatural.
So what if we could give them a step-by-step process to help them move beyond these common blocks to self-compassion?
Below, we created a free tool for practitioners to share with clients that breaks down the 5 key steps for transforming shame with self-compassion.
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You can hear more about how to transform shame with self-compassion in the Clinical Application of Compassion program.
You’ll get insights from Paul Gilbert, PhD; Kristin Neff, PhD; Deborah Lee, DClinPsy; Christopher Germer, PhD; Jack Kornfield, PhD; Dennis Tirch, PhD and several other top experts in the field.
Now we’d like to hear from you. What have you found useful in helping clients foster self-compassion?
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