This webinar introduces attendees to the some of the basic principles of compassion-focused therapy.
We explore the definition of compassion, the emotion regulation systems outlined within the CFT model, as well as the roles of shame and self-criticism in maintaining emotional difficulties.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in some optional brief experiential exercises.
The session has the following objectives:
- To explore the definition of compassion within the CFT model
- To share some of the key principles of the compassionate mind approach
- To briefly introduce some of the experiential exercises involved in compassionate mind training
Dr Emily Pathe, Highly Specialist Counselling Psychologist
Emily Pathe is a Counselling Psychologist interested in the intersections between trauma, homelessness and other forms of social exclusion, as well as ways to compassionately support staff who work with people impacted by these complex issues. Her current role is a collaboration between NHS Lanarkshire and third sector organisation Ypeople, which provides support to people experiencing homelessness. Some of Emily’s recent experience includes working in NHS adult mental health settings and as lecturer in Counselling Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. Emily is current chair of the Division of Counselling Psychology Scotland.
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