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Tour – Finlay-Jones – Self-compassion (Sydney)

15 May 2024
09:00 am
- 05:00 pm
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Easts Bondi Junction, Level 1/93-97 Spring Street, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia
  • Amy Finlay-Jones
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Self-Compassion for personal and professional practice

Presenter: Amy Finlay-Jones

Curtin University, Telethon Kids Institute; University of Western Australia


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Self-Compassion is an essential focus for clinicians – come and learn how to apply this focus to both your clients and yourself!

This workshop will provide a comprehensive grounding in core elements of self-compassion theory, research, and practice and is designed for therapists wishing to work with self-compassion as a personal practice (i.e., the intrapersonal realm) as well as those interested in understanding how self-compassion can be integrated into psychotherapy, both as an interpersonal practice (i.e., compassionate relationship) and as a direct practice with clients.

In this workshop we will explore the theoretical foundations of self-compassion and discuss the evidence for self-compassion as a means of promoting wellbeing and presence for those working in the caring professions. We will also discuss theory and research that speaks to self-compassion as a transdiagnostic mechanism of action in therapy and discuss the use of self-compassion-based approaches with clients with specific presenting issues.

Using a range of individual, dyadic and group practices, we will work with the felt experience of self-compassion, as well exploring how and for whom self-compassion practices can be integrated into therapeutic sessions. Additionally, we will reflect on the importance of self-compassion in therapeutic relationships and learn strategies to model and incorporate self-compassion into relationships with clients.

 


About this event:

The format will be an all-day workshop, lecture-style presentation, with some small-group work and experiential practice.

 


Key Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the theoretical and empirical basis of self-compassion as a transdiagnostic mechanism of change in therapy.
  2. Experience the personal practice of self-compassion and understand the importance of personal practice when using compassion-based approaches with clients.
  3. Explore methods for integrating self-compassion into therapy with clients.

This session is suitable for all levels of clinicians/ therapists.

 


Duration & Format / Training Modalities

This session has 7 hours CPD, and includes all catering in the ticket price – please indicate any dietary restrictions.

Doors open at 8:30am for a 9am start.

 


References – readings

  1. Germer, C., (2023) Self-compassion in psychotherapy: Clinical integration, evidence base, and mechanisms of change. In Finlay-Jones et al. (eds.), Handbook of Self-Compassion, Mindfulness in Behavioral Health, Springer.
  2. Brähler, C. (2023) Self-compassion in trauma treatment. In Finlay-Jones et al. (eds.), Handbook of Self-Compassion, Mindfulness in Behavioral Health, Springer.
  3. Finlay-Jones, A. (2023). A house with many doors – toward a more nuanced self-compassion intervention science. In Finlay-Jones et al. (eds.), Handbook of Self-Compassion, Mindfulness in Behavioral Health, Springer.

 


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There are early bird rates for full members of AACBT, and please note that there are no door sales possible.

Please contact info@aacbt.org.au for more information.

 


COVID Safety:

Please note, the venue will be following all relevant Public Health Orders and checking delegates as per their obligations. Density, and mask requirements will be in line with relevant government guidelines. As per all events, please do not attend if you are unwell.

If you are required to cancel your attendance owing to a COVID isolation, please contact us for a full refund or ticket transfer.

 


Venue notes:

There are a number of parking station options nearby to this venue.

Alternatively, there are many options for public transport – refer https://transportnsw.info/trip#/trip.

 


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