Self-compassion is a way of meeting oneself and one’s experience with a sense of kindness and warmth. It is providing a safe holding for oneself. In this workshop the practices of loving kindness is also explored.
This program is open to anyone.
Online or in person (Pune)
Sandy Dias Andrade
She is a certified MBCT Facilitator and completed her training from the Center of Mindfulness, University of California San Diego. She has trained in a number of psychotherapeutic approaches based on Mindfulness and Presence. She has designed and executed trainings for mental health professionals, educationists and social organizations. She has designed, developed and teaches two accredited long-term courses for mental health professionals – Mindfulness and Presence Oriented Psychotherapy in collaboration with Center for Lifelong Learning, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (CLL-TISS) and Mindfulness Based Counseling: Listening with Embodied Presence in collaboration with St.Mira’s College (Autonomous – Affiliated with Pune University). She is also invited as guest faculty to teach the applications of Mindfulness and Presence on many other college and university courses.
She has been actively involved in the field of suicide prevention and is associated as a trustee and mentor to Connecting NGO where she established a helpline based on Mindfulness Based Active Listening and has trained volunteers to provide support to people in distress. She contributes to many other social organizations and schools.
Through Just Being, she runs training programs for mental health professionals, offers individual psychotherapy, group process work through deep listening and programs for the community.