Sundays, 4 July - 8 August 2021
10:00 - 11:00 UK Time UTC+1
11:00 - 12:00 Central European Time UTC+1
16:00 - 17:00 Indochina Time UTC+7
5135 Thai Baht (175 USD)
Special Offer: 25% discount if you sign up as a group of four 131 USD each
Siri is a Certified Teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion and an experienced mindfulness educator. She is a dual Thai-American national living in Pranburi, Thailand. Her genuineness, kindness and personal experience of the benefits of MSC and MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) infuse her courses with a special personal touch. As an enthusiastic life-long learner, she devotes her time to continuously deepening her own practice which she has been cultivating over the past 25 years. She is especially drawn to bringing mindfulness into daily life in a practical way. She enjoys kiteboarding, trekking, and walking with her dogs on the beach.
Raphael Jay Adjani
Raphael Jay Adjani is an integrative psychotherapist, resident life coach at Amaravati Wellness Center Thailand, and educator of over 30 years, including being a teacher of MSC & other Mindfulness based programs. Formerly Honorary Programme Director of New life Foundation; and member of the teaching team of LGBT focused Rainbow Mind, UK. As a lecturer in higher education, and teacher in corporate, community & health contexts, Raphael has been helping people, for over 30 years to maximize their holistic creativity.
SC-MSC teaches essential skills to“Living Life to the Max”, through the cultivation of Mindful Self-Compassion.
Significant and growing research shows that Self-Compassion is strongly associated with:
Higher Levels of Motivation and Performance
Better Coping with Life challenges
Lower levels of Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Healthy Habits such as Diet and Exercise
More Satisfying Personal Relationships
The 6-hour syllabus is created to allow participants to learn a targeted set of Mindful Self-Compassion practices with less time commitment than the full 27-hour MSC program.
SC-MSC cultivates Self-Compassion practices and resources, underpinned by Mindfulness.
Self-Compassion involves the capacity to comfort, support ourselves and motivate ourselves with encouragement when we "fail" or feel inadequate.
It was created by pioneering Self-Compassion researcher KristinNeff; and Christopher Germer, leader in the integration of mindfulness, compassion and psychotherapy.
Christopher Germer, Ph.D.
Self-compassion is simply giving the same kindness to ourselves that we give to others.