Self-compassion may be foreign to many of us, but as I found in my own personal experience, it is a wonderful tool to help ourselves “self-soothe” and move forward in our lives when we are struggling and suffering. In this video I explain the importance of self-compassion and describe how to begin a self-compassion practice.
In ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), the type of therapy I offer, therapists are encouraged to self-disclose when we feel it could benefit others, especially our clients. I hope sharing my experiences might help normalize starting a self-compassion practice and the challenges you may experience in starting this yourself..
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Catherine Saxton-Thompson is a South Floridian, wife, mom, beach-lover, ACT therapist & coach. She sees people in her international practice, Wholehearted Life Therapy, where she provides coaching, therapy, and behavioral health consulting, virtually/online, throughout the US and beyond. When she’s not doing teletherapy with a client or working on her latest video or article, she is swimming in the pool, at the beach, snorkeling or swimming in the ocean, or just hanging out with her husband, son and two fur babies, a pup and a kitty. To learn more or schedule a free consultation, contact me at https://wholeheartedlifefl.com