Self-empathy as Self-care
Self-empathy is a way to get grounded and present with yourself. It helps us find the needs that are alive in the moment so we can tend to them. In this session we will learn about the zero step to be present and focus. We will then bring this quality of presence to our practice of self-care.
Join us to touch a warm blanket of self-empathy that you can bring to your everyday life.
When: 12 March 2022, 18:15-19:45 CET (Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
Note: Register only ONCE and receive access to all “Time for Empathy” workshops organised from 7 to 13 March.
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About the trainers:
Magdalena Kosinska-Klaehn, PhD is a NVC Certification Candidate, Emphatic Coach and Mediator, Certified Resonant Healing Practitioner by Sarah Peyton, and Peaceful Parenting Instructor in training. She is passionate about healing that she believes is possible for every human being and accompanies people on their journey within. She wants to help in welcoming more warmth in the relationships, with self and others. The relationships between parents and children are especially dear to her heart as she believes they are the foundation for a happy and peaceful life. Her dream is to bring knowledge about children’s development and compassion to parents to break the cycle of a generational, punitive parenting and bring collaborative, nonviolent consciousness to the families. Happier, more aware parents lead to happier, more resilient children. She is a happy wife of an inspiring man and mum of three children – the best teachers on her journey toward nonviolent life. She created Empathically Empowered (https://www.facebook.com/empathicallyempowered) – a space where you can find inspiration and support in learning, healing and living compassionately.You can book a one-on-one Healing Session with her by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. She loves chemistry, and the way it shaped her brain with ability for critical thinking, curiosity and openness. Her passion for chemistry led her to a PhD degree in this field. She loves to mix things not only in the lab but also in her kitchen to create delicious and healthy food. She also loves to read, learn about brain development and relational neurobiology, hike in the mountains, play board games, and spend time with her family and friends.
Lori DeLaney, PT, DPT, MHA was the executive director at Tichenor Clinic for Children. She led a team of exceptional people to deliver compassionate, respectful and supportive therapy services for over 27 years. Lori started practicing Nonviolent Communication (NVC) 10 years ago. As a certification candidate, she enjoys creating workshops that bring warmth, kindness and curiosity to learning NVC. For nonprofit organizations, she focuses on communication skills that build sustainable connections in relationships, in the workplace and in the community at large. Lori loves adventures – leading hiking trips, kayaking, biking and camping with family and friends in the wilderness.