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Self-Compassion inside Psychotherapy (SCIP) Program

September 16 through to December 9, 2024
Mondays from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm ET

Online via Zoom

Facilitated by: Shari Geller & Anna Friis

Hosted by: Centre for Mindful Self-Compassion



What to Expect

The Self-Compassion inside Psychotherapy (SCIP) Program is designed and hosted by the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.

The Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy (SCIP) Program addresses a crucial need within the therapeutic community. It identifies a gap in the integration of self-compassion practices into psychotherapy. The program is a response to the growing acknowledgment among psychotherapists of the importance of self-compassion for mental health and wellbeing. It aims to equip therapists who have benefited from Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) practices with the skills to incorporate these principles into their clinical work. Furthermore, it seeks to support clinicians in using their personal mindfulness and compassion practices as a foundation for fostering effective therapeutic relationships and interventions. This initiative is also driven by the desire to offer a continuing education experience that is inclusive and welcoming to all identities and intersections of identity, addressing the call for greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in therapeutic practices.

The SCIP program is specifically designed for:

  • Psychotherapists of all persuasions who recognize the significance of self-compassion in mental health and wish to deeply integrate it into their practice.
  • Therapists who have benefited from MSC practice and aim to incorporate MSC principles and practices into their client treatments.
  • Clinicians seeking to base their therapeutic relationships and interventions on their personal mindfulness and compassion practices.
  • Therapists in search of a continuing education experience that is inclusive and accommodating to all identities and intersections thereof.

TO REGISTER: Please complete the application form on the SCIP website. 

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