Perfectionism, Shame and the role of Self-Compassion

11/12/2021 - 11/12/2021
8:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Live Webinar; Sponsored by the Jewish Family Services; Cost: $70.00; 3.0 CE clock hours in Diagnosis, webinar

The content of this presentation will root itself in self-compassion theory and building resilience for the client through the specific antidote to perfectionism- a fear and shame based human experience. This CE Opportunity will allow individuals to walk away with tangible skills to increase self-compassion and ultimately increase resilience to shame and fear based experiences that show through perfectionistic characteristics, impacting the individuals approach to counseling theory and their ability to evaluate and assist clients. 

Learning objectives include theoretical orientation of perfectionistic traits, how perfectionism is related to shame and shame based theory, and how intense shame and perfectionism are correlated to specific diagnostic criteria. Moreover, the learning objectives will also include how resilience is attained to combat perfectionism and perfectionistic characteristics through self-compassion theory, self-compassion meditation, and self-regulation skills rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy focused on self-compassion.

For more information:  504-831-8475

To register:

This workshop is approved for 3.0 CE clock hours in Diagnosis; NBCC credit is not available for this program.

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