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Strengthening Self-Regulation through Self-Compassion: how to create peace, patience and less overwhelm: February 2024


Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - Wednesday, February 21, 2024

9:30 AM - 12 PM

Online via Zoom  

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Learn to identify and practice self-compassion

What is self-compassion? 

In this workshop, we will explore some of the myths about self-compassion as well as what self-compassion is and what it is NOT. We will introduce the three pillars of self-compassion: mindfulness, common humanity, and kindness, and explore them both individually and collectively. We will look at some of the benefits of self-compassion and the resistance we experience to it, including the beliefs that lead to this resistance.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore our thoughts, feelings, and internal dialogue about self-compassion
  • Discuss the myths about self-compassion and what it is and is not
  • Begin to understand the science behind self-compassion
  • Learn what it means to “create space,” and to get curious about yourself with self-compassion, mindfulness, and personal awareness (using somatic awareness exercises)
  • Gain an introduction to the three pillars of self-compassion and spend time exploring them through solo and group activities/explorations

Dates and Times

Wednesday, February 14th and Wednesday, February 21st, 2024 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PST. 

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Learn about how self-compassion can help you in your professional practice. Watch Kate Toye, our facilitator, give a brief overview of her workshop.

About the Facilitator

Kate Toye is a self-compassion coach who weaves together mindfulness, wellness, somatic and intuitive coaching with self-compassion, Compassionate Inquiry and Internal Family Systems to support her clients in her private practice. Kate has a love of learning and continues to enroll in courses to grow her knowledge and the ability to support her clients. Her greatest teachers are her three kids. Self-compassion and compassionate inquiry have transformed who she is and how she is with her kids, her partner, her parents and herself. Kate loves to share with anyone wanting to create stronger relationships with themselves and their loved ones. 

Her certifications include: 

  • Certified Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner-a psychotherapeutic approach developed by Dr. Gabor Mate 
  • Certified Mindfulness, Somatic, Wellness Coach-Mindfulness Coaching School Certified ACC Coach-International Coaching Federation 
  • Dual Certification Intuitive/Life Coach-Atmana Academy 
  • Integrative Somatic Parts Work Certificate-The Embody Lab

The price of this workshop is per-person. 

This training will be taking place via Zoom. Participants will be emailed a link to join the session. 

This workshop is not guaranteed to run. We need a minimum number of participants.