Developing self compassion is a one day workshop with Kate Llewellyn and Helena Lewis. This is a hands on workshop where you will gain a deeper understanding of the concept of self compassion. You will also learn different skills and tools to help bring this practice into your everyday life.
Sunday 7 November
10am – 4.30pm
£110 per person
To book a place, click on this link
What is self compassion? Why do we need it? How can we practice it?
Join Helena and Kate on this one day workshops and find out. During the day they focus on the benefits of self compassion and give you concrete exercises to help establish this approach as a habit for life.
The idea of compassion (or self compassion) is not a new concept. Today, more and more people are researching and talking about it, particularly in terms of using it within therapy and personal development.
Although a simple concept at heart, living with a compassionate approach to ourselves is not always easy. We may have negative beliefs about ourselves which become ingrained over time and hamper developing a compassionate approach.
Developing self compassion is about
- approaching ourselves with a more open mind
- developing a nurturing and less critical view and attitude
Self compassion can motivate and move people towards change.
This workshop is open to adults aged 18 or older. Anyone can join. It doesn’t matter if you are familiar with the idea of self compassion, or exploring it for the first time.
If you would like more information about the workshop, please visit the on route website or email them
Places are limited on the workshop. If you would like to join, please book NOW – click on this link
About the Tutors
Helena Lewis and Kate Llewellyn are both experienced psychotherapists. They are registered with the professional bodies of UKCP and BACP. Their therapeutic approach draws on different models including Integrative, Attachment Theory and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). They currently work in private practice as well as supporting employees in a range of organizational settings.
They have a strong belief in how the way we relate to ourselves influences our health, behaviour and relationships and that the concept of self compassion is key.