[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course
Jul
20
9:00 AM09:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course
Jul
27
9:00 AM09:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course
Aug
3
9:00 AM09:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course
Aug
10
9:00 AM09:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course
Aug
17
9:00 AM09:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course - Retreat
Aug
18
10:00 AM10:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course - Retreat

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course
Aug
24
9:00 AM09:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course
Aug
31
9:00 AM09:00

[Jul-Aug 19] Come Home to Yourself: An 8-Session Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Registration Closed. Thank you!

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

What is Self-Compassion?

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone. All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion. It is a courageous mental attitude that stands up to the harm that we inflict on ourselves by overworking, overeating, overanalyzing, and overreacting. Needless to mention, making mistakes is part of being human. Self-compassion provides emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for others, and be fully human.

Come Home to Yourself is an 8-session course in Mindful Self-Compassion, including a retreat, by Virginia and Randolph Oudemans.


Course Date & Time:
July 20 (Session 1 & 2: 9am - 4pm, with 1-hr lunch break)
July 27 (9am - 12pm)
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (9am - 12pm)

PLUS! A 4hr Sunday Retreat
August 18, 10am to 2pm


Course Fee:
 
Early Bird: SGD$788 (register from now till 3 February 2019, 2359hr)
Normal: SGD$888

*Fees inclusive of course materials.

About Trainers

RANDOLPH OUDEMANS
After 25+ years as an international business leader and humanitarian, Randolph founded Now.Here., dedicated to helping people be happy, flourish and contribute to a better world. Drawing upon his experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in families, schools and corporations (CSR), he helps others develop their innate capacities of mindfulness, compassion and happiness, and empowers them to develop an authentic and truly human engagement with themselves and others. He received his training as a teacher of Mindful Self Compassion by the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness.

DR. VIRGINIA LIEN
Dr. Virginia is a medical doctor, psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and retreat-giver with a keen interest in the hoslistic integration of mind, body and spirit for each person's unique journey towards healing and wholeness. She is especially concerned about addressing stress and burnout experienced by care-giving professionals in healthcare, special needs education and the social services. 


Who should apply?

  • Medical and mental health professionals

  • Teachers, educators and counsellors

  • Caregivers and parents

  • Professionals who wish to improve engagements and interventions

  • Those who wish to improve work-life balance, and develop their capacity to care for themselves and others


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Living Compassion in Schools: 3-Day Interactive Institute
Jun
19
to Jun 21

Living Compassion in Schools: 3-Day Interactive Institute

Living Compassion in Schools is the first in a series of collaboratively developed institutes for educators in Singapore and region schools. This 3-day interactive institute supports educators’ cultivation of compassion through experiential, contemplative training and interactive dialogue; practising the art of compassionate communication, and engagement in relevant social-emotional learning practices and integrated curriculum.

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[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Apr
24
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

  • APICS Italian Cultural Centre Singapore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

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8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Apr
22
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

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[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Apr
17
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

  • APICS Italian Cultural Centre Singapore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

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The Superpower of Self-Compassion
Apr
16
5:30 PM17:30

The Superpower of Self-Compassion

Having empathy and compassion are important as a social service professional. But what happens when we experience a burn out? No one can give from an empty cup and what will happen to the ones we care for should we get burnt out?

Come and learn how the superpower of self-compassion can serve you well in the long run; helping you overcome empathy fatigue such that you can continue to care for the ones you serve.

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8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Apr
15
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

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[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion [Retreat]
Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion [Retreat]

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

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[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Apr
10
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

  • APICS Italian Cultural Centre Singapore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

View Event →
8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Apr
8
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

View Event →
[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Apr
3
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

View Event →
8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Apr
1
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

View Event →
[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Mar
27
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

  • APICS Italian Cultural Centre Singapore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

View Event →
8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Mar
25
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

View Event →
[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Mar
20
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

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As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

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8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Mar
18
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

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[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Mar
13
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

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8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Mar
11
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

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[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion
Mar
6
8:00 PM20:00

[Mar-Apr 19] Come Home To Yourself: An 8-Week Course on Mindful Self-Compassion

  • APICS Italian Cultural Centre Singapore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As human beings, most of us instinctively fight negative experiences and find fault in ourselves when things go wrong in life. But what would happen if, instead, we took a moment to calm and comfort ourselves whenever we felt bad—much like how we would do for others? How different would things turn out if we learn the art of mindful self-compassion?

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8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens
Mar
4
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

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8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens: Parent Session
Feb
27
8:00 PM20:00

8-Week Making Friends with Yourself for Teens: Parent Session

Teens and young adults face enormous stresses and challenges in their day-to-day-lives. From peer pressure, self-esteem, social-media, negative moods, academic and parental demands, relationships and dating to preparing for your future - All these and more whirl combine to make this period of life difficult to navigate and enjoy.

To support teens in coping more effectively with these ongoing challenges, we are offering Making Friends With Yourself (MFY), an empirically-supported, 8-sessions program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in teens.

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The Stress Solution: An Informal Discussion on Managing Stress through Self-Compassion and Mindfulness
Feb
12
6:00 PM18:00

The Stress Solution: An Informal Discussion on Managing Stress through Self-Compassion and Mindfulness

We all experience stress in our lives. While there is no proven way to eliminate stress from our lives, we can always become wiser and better at managing it.

The Stress Solution brings you insights, practical tips and resources to better manage stress through self-compassion and mindfulness.

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