Mindful Self Compassion Class returning to Rosehill

Classes offered on Tuesdays, Oct. 2 through Nov. 20 from 6:00-8:45 p.m.
Aug 08, 2018

Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) is an empirically supported, eight-week, training program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion.

Based on the research of Kristin Neff and the clinical expertise of Christopher Germer, MSC teaches core principles and practices that enable participants to respond to difficult moments in their lives with kindness, care and understanding.

The three key components of self-compassion are self-kindness, a sense of common humanity, and balanced, mindful awareness.

Kindness opens our hearts to suffering, so we can give ourselves what we need. Common humanity opens us to our essential interrelatedness, so that we know we aren't alone.

Mindfulness opens us to the present moment, so we can accept our experience with greater ease.

Together they comprise a state of warm-hearted, connected presence.

Rapidly expanding research demonstrates that self-compassion is strongly associated with emotional wellbeing, less anxiety, depression and stress, maintenance of healthy habits such as diet and exercise, and satisfying personal relationships. And it’s easier than you think.


Paul Kramer has a M.A. in Organizational Systems from Saybrook University, and a M.S. in Forest Resources from the University of Washington.  Kramer is active in Mukilteo, and  beyond, promoting healthy human relations and compassionate community.

Kimberlee Kramer is an educator and has taught for 20 years. She has an MS in psychology from Antioch University. She is currently serving on a leadership cohort in conjunction with University of Washington in the Snohomish School District.

For more information and/or to register for the class, contact Paul Kramer at Paul.kramer2@comcast.net or 425-231-5833, or Kimberlee Kramer at Kimberlee723@gmail.com or 425-232-2366.



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