Ready to embrace a kinder, more compassionate attitude toward yourself and others? Now you can! There are many useful forms of mindfulness and meditation. Mindful Self-Compassion is a skills-based program that is grounded in the cultivation of a loving connected presence that we can offer to ourselves, much the way we would to a dear friend. While the concepts taught are quite simple, they can be challenging to apply in a consistent fashion. Therefore, learning and practicing in community and over several weeks helps to establish this positive life skill.
Dr. Zan Struebing is a psychologist, teacher, and co-founder of True Heights Consulting. She has increasingly devoted her time to the practice, study, and sharing of Mindfulness practices as a means to fully engage in daily life, whatever it may offer. She is delighted to offer this full course on Mindful Self-Compassion, an outgrowth of the research and work of Dr. Kristin Neff and Dr. Chris Germer.
Course is held 8 Thursdays from February 21 through April 11, 2019, 6-9 pm at 91 Center Street in Clinton.
For more information and to secure your spot in the class, call Dr. Zan at (908) 268-1126 or email her at email@example.com
Experienced meditators and those new to practice are welcome. Come with an open heart and a beginner's mind. What are you waiting for?
Dr. Zan of True Heights Consulting will be offering a free 3-session parenting class that helps to support a mindful, self-compassionate approach to raising kids in a busy, competitive, stress-inducing culture. Parenting is a hard job. Come to gather with others who are navigating the same challenges and are prepared to collaborate and encourage.