self compassion

Paulette Grotrian
Paulette Grotrian

It sometimes feels like we're in a perfect storm or "life quake," right now, according to Paulette Grotrian, certified mindful self-compassion teacher, mindfulness-based stress reduction teacher. and founding member of the Ann Arbor Center for Mindfulness.  In this week's "Art and Soul: The Art of Well-Being," she talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about how self-compassion can offer us some helpful coping skills to deal with this difficult situation and time.


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This week, "Art and Soul" is about the art of well being.  WEMU’s Lisa Barry talks with a pioneer in the scientific development of self-compassion, Kristen Neff.  Neff and Christopher Germer will be participating in an upcoming, two-day workshop hosted by the Ann Arbor Center for Mindfulness, November 8th and 9th.  


Courtesy Photo / Ann Arbor Center for Mindfulness

This week, Art and Soul is about the art of well being.  89.1 WEMU’s Lisa Barry is joined by mindfulness and compassion-based psychotherapist Trish Magyari, who talks about how mindfulness and self-compassion can make our lives better.