Self Compassion Workshop

Please join me Saturday, February 8th, 2020 from 8:30am-12:00pm for some self care for healers. This workshop is ideal for those working in helping professions such as social work, counseling, addictions, nursing, emergency response, teachers, and first responders. Light refreshment will be provided tea, and fruit. Space is limited.

This workshop will provide information on Dr. Kristin Neff's work on Self-Compassion and her self-compassion workbook. Participants will explore their values and beliefs around the material and create a self-care plan using Traditional Chinese Medicine's 5 elements. Workshop will allow for processing of beliefs and discussion to support compassion fatigue and burnout for those who work in helping professions were they are exposed to trauma, and high high risk for vicarious trauma.  Workshop will be designed to be very nurturing and supportive of self- care. 

Workshop will include a 60 minutes gentle yoga flow practice and Meta Meditation.  Practice will include essential oils. 


When registering please note workshop title in the description. Your investment for this workshop is $30.00. Space is limited. Please reserve your spot by purchasing your ticket, see link below.  Tickets are non-refundable if cancelled within 48 hours. 

Workshop Themes


  • Nutrition and Self Care
  • Addiction and holistic Healing
  • Balancing the Yang Energy on the longest day of the year 
  • Creative Movement for Healing 

Neurobiology of Trauma and Yoga- Yoga interventions to support trauma

Attachment Based Animal Assisted Interventions
This workshop will provide education around animal assisted interventions (AAIs) and how to provide these interventions in the context of psychotherapy, ethically and professionally, using attachment focused modalities, as well as suggestions for use with other modalities. Learning Objectives: 1) Identify at least two new ethical principles that will be used when doing animal assisted interventions (AAIs); 2) Explain the difference between animal assisted interventions, activities, and therapy; 3) Identify at least one intervention to implement in psychotherapy practice; 4) Increase knowledge about the history and research around AAIs.