Somatic Self-Compassion Self-Paced
February 1, 2021 - February 1, 2022
Somatic Self-Compassion Self-Paced is a 15-topic, self-paced program offering a range of self-compassion study, practice, and reflection materials. This program covers the entirety of the empirically-supported Somatic Self-Compassion program.
The course includes:
- – A printable workbook (The Somatic Self-Compassion Companion Notes), offered as 15 separate topics that can be worked through one week at a time as a 15-week program. You can download a copy of Topic 1 of the Somatic Self-Compassion Companion Notes here – 21.01.29 SSC Comp Notes Topic 1.
- – An accompanying online home for materials in the learning management system, PowerSchool Learning.
- – Unlimited email support from the Somatic Self-Compassion developer, Kristy Arbon.
SSC Self-Paced and SSC Weekly Practice Cycle
To help you decide how to explore Somatic Self-Compassion, here are some comparisons between the Somatic Self-Compassion Self-Paced program and the Somatic Self-Compassion Weekly Practice Cycle:
|SSC Self-Paced||SSC Weekly Practice Cycle|
|SSC Companion Notes||Offered as a downloadable resource.||Offered as a downloadable resource.|
|Asynchronous Community Engagement||Discussion Board and email with Kristy Arbon.||Discussion Board and email with Kristy Arbon.|
|Pace||Can be done at any pace, ideally one topic per week.||Sets the pace at one topic per month, broken up into weekly explorations.|
|Synchronous Community Engagement||None.||Weekly gatherings in Zoom.|
|Online Media||Online reading that complements the Companion Notes.||Online videos that complement and provide additional practices and reflections to the Companion Notes.|
|Ideal for…||Folks who want to work through the material alone at their own pace, and cover the program over approximately three months.
This format is supportive of setting up a weekly practice.
|Folks who would like the structure of a weekly format and online gatherings to support their practice, covering the material in 12 months.
This format may be more supportive of developing an ongoing weekly practice.