Why practice self-compassion?
Through research, self-compassion has been linked to positive well-being in the reduction of negative mind states, including anxiety, depression, perfectionism and shame. In addition, it has been associated with improved emotional coping and greater resilience.
Having compassion for oneself is really no different than having compassion for others. In this workshop, you will be given the opportunity to explore self-compassion by participating in reflection and writing exercises, meditations, and open discussions.
Who can benefit from this workshop?
People who are hard on themselves and struggle with self-critical thoughts and negative feelings can benefit from this workshop. Anyone who feels they could benefit from being kinder to themselves is welcome to register.
Who can use this service:
- Current students
- Current undergraduate students
- Current graduate students
How to request this service:
Find more information on the Campus Wellness Seminars and Workshops page. Sign up for workshops on LEADS.