Using DBT, Self-Compassion, Radical Acceptance and Mindfulness to Heal the Pain of Estrangement

 

 A  5-Part, Weekly Videoconference Series

Beginning Wednesday, January 29  3:25 – 4:25 Pacific  
  

FIRST SESSION FREE REGISTER HERE

REGISTER FOR SERIES HERE

 
Understanding how to manage the pain of estrangement is one of the greatest challenges that most parents will ever face.
 

Estrangement strikes us at our most tender and primitive places.

For most, being a good parent is very central to our identities and feelings of self-esteem.

Being told, either directly or indirectly that you’re not a good parent by our own children

attacks the foundation of how we think of ourselves, and as a result, creates profound

feelings of fear, sadness, worry, rage, guilt, and regret.

STRATEGIES:

-DBT:  Dialectical Behavior Therapy aims to identify and change

negative thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes.

Radical Acceptance: Completely and totally accepting something from the depths of your soul, with your heart and your mind. You stop fighting reality.

-Mindfulness:  Paying attention to our thoughts and feelings without judging them—without believing, for instance, that there’s a “right” or “wrong” way to think or feel in a given moment.

 
First session is FREE 
Early Bird Special: $99 for all five until Jan 31st.
After January 31: $129  
 

FIRST SESSION FREE REGISTER HERE

REGISTER FOR SERIES HERE