Do you ever feel like you are too hard on yourself? That you have a harsh self-critic inside your head that follows you wherever you go? Are you a caregiver and feeling burned out?
The UNC Program on Integrative Medicine is excited to again be offering the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) course this fall. Combining the skills of mindfulness and self-compassion, this course provides a powerful tool for emotional resilience. This course has been offered internationally over the last several years and been met with enormous popularity and success, and here at UNC since last fall.
Those who have taken the course here at UNC have called it “transformational” and “life-changing”.
Two of the four trained facilitators in North Carolina are here in Chapel Hill and will be teaching this course again this fall (Dr. Karen Bluth and me!).
This course is open to those both new to mindfulness practice and seasoned practitioners.
1)Wednesdays 6:00-8:30pm September 9 to October 29 at UNC School of Social Work
2) Thursday mornings 9:30-12:00 at Center for Rehabilitative Care on 1807 North Fordham Blvd (on 15/501 in the former Borders building) in Chapel Hill.
Half Day retreat for both classes is 12-4 pm October 3rd.
For more information about this course, please see www.centerformsc.org. To register, please go to http://www.med.unc.edu/phyrehab/pim/mindfulness-program/mindful-parenting-1 .
For questions, please call Paula Anderson at 919-966-8586.