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Dr Nicola Petrocchi, psychologist and psychotherapist trained at APC-SPC, holds a doctorate in Psychology and Social Neurosciences at La Sapienza University and a visiting scholarship at Boston University where he carried out an experimental study on Loving Kindness Meditation with depressed patients under the supervision of Professor Stefan Hofman…
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Michelle L. Drapkin, PhD, ABPP, is a clinical psychologist who owns and operates the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Center, and has worked in behavioral science for over twenty years. She held various roles as a behavioral scientist in industry, including leading the development and deployment of behavior change interventions at Johnson & Johnson. Sh…
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London-based psychotherapist Graham Music works in private practice and with the NHS, and has worked at the Tavistock and Portman Clinics for over 15 years. He teaches and lectures on various courses in the UK and abroad, lectures internationally, and has published widely, in academic journals, and edited and sole-authored books. Here, we discuss h…
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Dr Steve Hickman is the former Executive Director of the non-profit Center for Mindful Self-Compassion, a Certified Mindful Self-Compassion teacher and trainer, and a Clinical Psychologist by training. He is also a Retired Associate Clinical Professor in the University of California at San Diego School of Medicine, as well as the Founding Director …
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Dr Kate Lucre is a Birmingham-based Compassion Focused Therapist and Supervisor specialising in the use of CFT for complex trauma, personality and relational difficulties for groups and individual. She has recently published a paper presenting 12-month outcome data on Compassion Focused Group Psychotherapy (CFGP) for people with personality disorde…
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“A moment of self-compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.”Chris Germer, PhD is a clinical psychologist and lecturer on psychiatry (part-time) at Harvard Medical School. He co-developed the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program with Kristin Neff in 2010 and MSC has since been taught to over…
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Professor Darcy L Harris currently works at Kings University College/Western University in the Department of Thanatology. Darcy does research in Grief, Bereavement, Non-Death Loss and Grief, and Compassion-based approaches in care settings. She has written and taught extensively in the field, and is doing some wonderful initiatives to integrate gri…
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Dr Ruth Ann Harpur is a Clinical Psychologist specialising in relationships and issues of narcissism, and helping people and couples to develop compassionate, strong relationships with themselves and each other. She is passionate about how important relationships are in how we navigate the demands and challenges of life, with people often repeating…
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Lately I have been receiving some comments on my videos and shorts from people concerned that there is, in fact, too much compassion in the world. Today, we will be trying to answer the question: can we have too much compassion? It's an intriguing thought, and we'll be exploring it through the lens of Compassion Focused Therapy. I'd love to hear yo…
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I have been trying out other podcasts lately, just to get a range of inputs into my thinking, and recently listened to Chris Williamson’s Modern Wisdom podcast, Episode #723 — 15 Lessons from 2023. In that episode, he described how pleased he was to have come up with the concept “toxic compassion”. According to Williamson, “Toxic compassion is the …
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Today's video is going to be a bit provocative, with a title that might catch you off guard: "Humans Suck!" But don't worry, it's not all doom and gloom. In fact, we're going to explore the fascinating world of compassion focused therapy, developed by Professor Paul Gilbert. So buckle up, hit that like button if you enjoy this video, and let's dive…
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Compassion is a reality, but at different levels. If we apply some of Aristotle's theory of reality to compassion, then we start to understand actual and potential compassion. Let's dive into what this might all mean, with some practical tips to integrate notions of actual and potential compassion into your life...with a pinch of compassion focused…
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The way we think about the definition of "compassion" is evolving! It's still about alleviating and preventing suffering, but the definition has widened to include flourishing. Watch how living a more compassionate and self-compassionate life can lead to greater flourishing!If you would like to learn more about compassion focused therapy, you can f…
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Colleen Marshall, LMFT, is Vice President of Clinical Care at Two Chairs, an organisation "building a world where everyone has access to exceptional mental health care." They provide therapy in-person and virtually in California, Florida, and Washington State, USA. Colleen is also a longstanding member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Tr…
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Dr Jonathan Davies is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Contemplative Studies Centre in the School of Psychology, University of Melbourne. He is also a long-term meditator, meditation instructor, cognitive neuroscientist and science writer. His research interests are many and varied, but include exploring the effects and mechanisms of contempla…
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Dr Courtney Walton is an Academic Fellow within the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences. He is also a registered psychologist. Courtney's research aims are to understand the aspects of high performance and competitive environments that both positively and negatively interact with mental health. His research primarily focuses on athletes and …
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Dr Nadine Levy is Head of the Health and Social Wellbeing Program at the Nan Tien Institute, a private, not for profit, government accredited higher education provider offering courses in the areas of Buddhist studies, health and wellbeing. Nadine holds a PhD in sociology and Honours degrees in both law and gender studies. She is a committed Buddhi…
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Peter Gillogley is a Brisbane-based psychologist. He is a Counselling Psychologist, using evidence-based approaches to work collaboratively with people in private practice, and in patient and out patient hospital settings. He works with people experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, trauma (PTSD and complex trauma), and psychosis, mainly with youn…
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Dr Marcela Matos presented the Keynote Address at the 2023 UQ Compassion Symposium. Her title was "The compassion (r)evolution: From easing suffering to awakening flourishing." Marcela gave us a delightful, insightful, and inspiring talk, taking us through her personal and research journey from shame to compassion. A wonderful, enthusiastic audienc…
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On 28 July 2023, James Kirby was in conversation with Stan Steindl at Harry Hartog Bookseller, Carindale Shopping Centre, to discuss James's book Choose Compassion.It was a lovely evening with a great discussion, James sharing his wit and wisdom with a lively audience. We recorded the conversation on a phone, but the audio is surprisingly good! Hav…
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Shannon Swales is Clinical Psychologist/Telehealth Psychologist in Brisbane, Australia. Her business is called Burnout Psychology Support. Following her own experience of burnout a few years ago, she has become passionate about supporting others with the knowledge and skills to help them thrive at work and at home, through care and connection, to m…
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Dr Tobyn Bell is a psychotherapist, trainer, supervisor and researcher specialising in compassion focused therapy (CFT) and especially the application of chairwork in CFT. In this conversation we discuss Tobyn's journey into CFT,chairwork and how it can be applied to CFT, the research he is doing, and some practical examples, anecdotes and tips alo…
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If you are interested in participating in a compassionate mind training course but you would like to know more about what that entails, this video should give you a sense of all of that. Here I will outline the 8 sessions of CMT. But if you would like more information, or to book, email cmt@psychologyconsultants.com.auTARGETED PLAYLIST LINK:Compass…
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Last week I did my top five acts of compassion in Star Wars. And I received the suggestion several times that the perfect follow-up was to look for compassion in Thje Lord of the Rings. Written by JRR Tolkien, published in 1954-1955, the adventures of Frodo, Gandalf and their friends is a favourite to many! And it is full of love, friendship, kindn…
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I have loved Star Wars since Episode 4 was first released in 1977! I still recall the terror I felt at the thought of Darth Vader, his deadly red lightsaber, and that mechanical breathing sound. And so, as a fan of both Star Wars and Compassion, today’s topic seems like a no brainer. Just a quick SPOILER ALERT!! I will be referencing key moments in…
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Let’s take a close look at Taylor Swift's recent song Anti Hero. I think it might teach us something about shame and self-loathing, and we might even be able to extrapolate some tips about how to relate to shame in a way that can soften it, just a little.TARGETED PLAYLIST LINK:Compassion in a T-ShirtIf you would like to know more about compassion a…
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Dr James Kirby is the co-director of the Compassionate Mind Research Group at the University of Queensland. He studies the effectiveness of Compassion Focused Therapy interventions in helping with the self-criticism and shame that underpin many depression and anxiety disorders. James also works as a clinical psychologist in private practice. This i…
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I recently had a revelation! Our blocks to self-compassion are often outside of our awareness. This might sound obvious to you, but it gave me food for thought. When someone is considering self-compassion, maybe for the first time, but something difficult to identify keeps getting in the way…what is that something? Can we bring it to awareness? Can…
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A few weeks ago I made a video about affirming strengths as part of compassion. You can see the video here. To be more accurate, that video was emphasising affirming one’s own strengths as part of self-compassion!Last week I made video about compassionate assertiveness. You can see that video here. And I realised that a part of compassionate assert…
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Hello Compassionistas! I’m diving deep at the moment into all sorts of ways to practice self-compassion. And one of the best? Compassionate assertiveness! Assertiveness training has a long tradition, but when we come at it from a compassionate motivation, then it is a great way to practice self-compassion AND compassion in one friendly yet clear an…
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Here, I interview Jamie Woodhouse from Sentientism.info and the Sentientism Podcast. From his website:"Sentientism is a philosophy or worldview – a way of thinking about what’s real and what matters. Sentientists use evidence and reason to work out what to believe in, so don’t hold supernatural beliefs. Sentientists also have compassion for every s…
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I'm, always looking or new ways to practice self-compassion. And here's another! I've just discovered you can actually text yourself, so why not send yourself some self-compassionate texts. Here are a few I tried today! Give it a try...and let me know what you think.TARGETED PLAYLIST LINK:Compassion in a T-ShirtLINKS:If you would like to know more …
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Today we will be exploring a daily self-compassion practice known as self-compassion in the mirror! It’s an interesting one, and a powerful one. It can also come along with certain reservations for people. But as we work through those reservations, this daily practice can really make a difference.So, in two steps, we can practice self-compassion in…
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The Gifts of Compassion...and Making Them Count.This is my Keynote Address at this year's UQ Compassion Symposium, 16 September 2022. We had a wonderful lively audience, a moving Welcome to Country, and I was introduced by my daughter Freya. Then I discussed: 11.38 What is compassion?17.27 Definition and qualities23.13 Life lessons across three flo…
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Tone is so important in conveying both feeling and meaning. Often, the tone of our self-talk can be harsh, hostile, critical or condemning. We can attack ourselves, dig the boot in, cut ourselves no slack what-so-ever. We think this’ll motivate us, keep us on track, stop us from being lazy, self-indulgent or lax, stop us from making mistakes. But a…
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Life isn't easy. There can be difficulties and demands that can keep us up at night! So what to do? You can try writing a compassionate letter. But sometimes people ask me, "But what do I say? What do I write?" So, in this video, I will show you five compassionate letters that I wrote to myself over the last week. They're not perfect, they're not m…
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I was facilitating session 3 of the compassionate mind training course last week, and we were talking about the compassionate self taking compassionate action in response to suffering in others or ourselves.I often speak about three key elements to consider: validation, reassurance and encouragement. But someone in the group mentioned the importanc…
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Last week I spoke about how enemies can be our best teachers of compassion…they give us the most trouble, and so if we truly wish to practice compassion, then they give us an important opportunity to do so.But I was thinking, there are also enemies of compassion itself. Some of them are near enemies, wolves in sheep clothing, and some of them are f…
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In today’s video, I’ll explore how compassion might help with the day to day battles we find ourselves in with people who give us trouble, our so called enemies. In fact, we can think of it in this way. It’s not really those who we already like or love, and love quite easily, that help us to practice our compassion. Obviously, we want to be compass…
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Compassion is a good thing! But our compassion is not boundless. And it’s useful to be aware of this, reflect on it a little, and work out what might get in the way of our own compassion. Having boundaries makes complete sense. But our compassion can also be bounded by certain appraisals, judgements, biases that can often be brought to consciousnes…
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In this video, I experience the practice of therapeutic humour under the kind and wise guidance of Mallori DeSalle and Dr Lodge McCammon. They demonstrate some warm up exercises, therapeutic exercises, and we have a lot of laughs! It was also interesting to consider how therapeutic humour might relate to compassion and self-compassion, as well as i…
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Going Mainstream (or trying to): Assessing compassionate action in clinical practice as part of routine outcome measurement.UQ CMRG One Day SymposiumSay hi on social:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drstansteindlTwitter: https://twitter.com/StanSteindlInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr_stan_steindl/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stan-…
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I’ve read, thought, talked, and written a lot about compassion, and so in this episode I wanted to give you 10 guiding principles for living a compassionate life, drawing not least on the work of Professor Paul Gilbert and compassion focused therapy!If you are interested in compassion or compassion focused therapy, check out The Gifts of Compassion…
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Something you'd never guess about me is that I love the Greek tragedies! Agamemnon and his family, Hippolytus, Phaedra and Theseus, and, of course, Oedipus, his father and mother. And the main themes of the Greek tragedies? Love, loss, power, pride…and shame. Let's think about shame from the point of view of the Greek tragedies, and consider where …
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Over a year has past since the last TCI podcast, but James and Stan are back with a new episode, jamming about all things compassion: compassion research, compassion focused therapy, and upcoming compassion conferences, not least, the UQ Compassion Symposium. That's a lot of compassion! Let us know your thoughts!!…
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Compassion focused therapy, or CFT, is often considered one of the "third wave CBT" therapies. This video will ask, "Is CFT a third wave CBT?" And the answer may surprise you. I am very keen to hear your thoughts, comments, and disagreements!The Compassion Initiative: Dr Stan Steindl and Dr James Kirby tarafından oluşturuldu
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Episode 8 of Compassion 180: Three Minute Gifts of Compassion. I am a lover of Star Wars! And every time I watch something new from the Star Wars universe I also learn something new! This time some compassionate wisdom from the recent Obi Wan Kenobi series!TARGETED PLAYLIST LINK:Compassion in a T-ShirtSay hi on social:Facebook: https://www.facebook…
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Episode 6 of Compassion 180: Three Minute Gifts of Compassion. I was brought up to believe in the power and goodness of being compassionate towards others. Helping, healing…compassion…are in the blood! But it flows in three directions. It takes courage to be compassionate towards others. It can be difficult and distressing to work with suffering. A…
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