Mindful Self-Compassion

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A scientifically-based program that enhances physical and mental well-being, as well as relationships with others. Participants will learn ways to apply awareness and self-kindness in their daily life through experiential exercises, short talks, and interactive group discussions.


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In this four-week program, participants will learn RAIN, an empowering meditation practice designed to help you deal with life’s stresses and difficulties. Popularized by the well-known author and meditation expert Tara Brach, the practice of RAIN helps build the capacity to widen the window of tolerance for managing emotional tangles. Using mind-body practices, RAIN fosters emotional healing by gently encouraging you to turn toward your own vulnerabilities with loving awareness and self-compassion.  

Tools for Teens: Stress Management and Emotional Resilience

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Based on the evidenced-based curriculum of Mindful Self Compassion for adolescents, the Mindful Schools curriculum, and principles of positive psychology; this 8-week experiential program for teens provides practices and tools to manage stress, increase feelings of happiness and well-being, and promote emotional resilience. In each weekly session, we will discuss concepts related to well-being and do a variety of practices, including mindfulness practices, intentional movement, and creative projects.

Short Course in Mindful Self-Compassion

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Mindful Self-Compassion or “MSC” is an empirically-supported program developed by Drs. Chris Germer and Kristin Neff. This 6-week version has been adapted as an intimate online offering. In this 6-week program, participants will meet once a week for 1.5 hours and will learn MSC skills through activities such as meditation, experiential exercises, short presentations, group discussion, and home practices. No experience with mindfulness or meditation is required.

From Ally to Antiracist: Cultivating and Committing to Action in the Face of Life’s Obstacles

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In this course, we will lead participants through a series of weekly mindfulness action-exercises that address obstacles and translate antiracist values into everyday action. Each week, we will share important research findings from psychological science that provide the foundations for exercises that cultivate growth, awareness, empathy, and action. Participants will collaborate with their peers, building community and trust as they share their goals and challenges with each other. Through direct and compassionate dialogue, participants will develop skills needed to address racism in the moment and apply the principles of anti-racism in their day-to-day lives.