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September 16, 2020

Compassionate Integrity Training

This is a resiliency-informed, intensive course that trains people how to cultivate greater self-compassion and compassion for others, and to create more compassionate systems. It is based on cutting-edge developments in the fields of neuroscience, psychology, trauma-informed care, peace and conflict studies, and contemplative science, and builds off of work done by Daniel Goleman (author of the book Emotional Intelligence) and Peter Senge, initiatives in Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), and other areas. 

Compassionate Integrity Training is a ten-week online course hosted through Zoom with a wealth of additional materials online. The course includes large and small group discussions, experiential learning activities, reflective writing, mindful dialogues, and contemplative practices.

Sept. 14 - Oct. 19, 2020

Self-Compassion Training for Healthcare Communities (SCHC)

A 6-hour, evidence-based healthcare adaptation of Mindful Self-Compassion, the empirically supported program of Dr. Kristin Neff at UT Austin and Dr. Chris Germer at Harvard Medical School. This training aims to improve well-being and personal resilience in healthcare professionals by teaching mindful self-compassion skills to deal with distressing emotional situations as they occur at work and at home.

October 16, 2020

Just Announced! Compassionate Leadership and Resilience Training

The Center for Compassionate Leadership has teamed up with the Focus Area for Compassion and Ethics (FACE) to develop a timely and unique online course for global health professionals. We are excited to share news of this upcoming eight-week Compassionate Leadership and Resilience Training for Global Health Leaders launching on October 16, 2020.

This training will deliver evidence-based tools, techniques, and practices that support leaders, teams, and organizations to thrive in these most challenging times. Registration will open shortly. To receive your notice as soon as application and course details are released, please indicate your interest by clicking here.

Oct. 20 - Dec. 15, 2020

Healthy Minds Innovations

For the first time, the Healthy Minds MasterClass, previously only offered to Healthy Minds @Work customers and their employees, has been made available to the public so that everyone has an opportunity to learn effective stress management, increased focus and how to improve relationships with colleagues. This all-encompassing course features live virtual workshops, access to the Healthy Minds Program App with workplace specific resources, an individual assessment to measure your current level of well-being and opportunities to connect with members of your course cohort. This is an experience backed by science and designed to help you feel better at work. Now more than ever, resilience and long-term coping skills are essential for the modern day professional. Join Dr. Richard Davidson and experts in the fields of meditation, professional development and skill-building for the Healthy Minds @Work 8-week MasterClass for workplace well-being. 7-9 pm CT

January 2021

Applied Compassion Training

ACT is an 11-month training and certificate program offered in collaboration with ACA (The Applied Compassion Academy) and CCARE (The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education), at Stanford University. The ultimate aim of ACT is to prepare people who feel an urgency to bring compassionate action into their occupations, professions, communities, institutions, and into their own personal development. ACT is comprised of three virtual immersion retreats online, multiple monthly sessions via Zoom, and the creation and execution of an Applied Compassion Capstone Project.

Ongoing

Daily Mindful Meditations for Work and Life

These 20 minute guided meditations are intended to build self-compassion and reduce stress. They are led by Scott Schute, LinkedIn’s Head of Mindfulness and Compassion Programs.

Ongoing

Mindfulness Summit 

In this short video series of meditation tips by Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of The Center for Mindfulness Jon shares what he calls the 9 attitudes that create a strong foundation for mindfulness practice. In each video, Jon addresses each attitude and offers solutions on how we can cultivate mindfulness to overcome and address each attitude with more awareness and wisdom.

Ongoing

Preventing Burnout in Healthcare

The Compassion Institute offers mindfulness and compassion trainings that can meaningfully reduce the symptoms of burnout among clinicians. They also increase joy in work, self-care, self-compassion skills, and emotional regulation.

Header photo caption: At a Joint Global Summit on Compassion and Ethics, FACE collaborated with our MedSurplus Alliance and the Catholic Health Association to host an event at The Task Force for Global Health that focused on understanding the ethics behind medical mission trips and medical equipment and supply donation programs.

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