Date(s): Jan. 28, 2020 - Mar. 24, 2020
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm (Tuesdays)
University Religious Center
LIFE IS A WILD RIDE!
Want to be able to handle difficult situations with less stress, pain and anxiety?
Want to be as kind to yourself as you are to dear friends who face disappointment, fear, and conflict?
Join a limited number (35) of students, staff and faculty for classes on:
MINDFUL SELF COMPASSION
MSC is an 8 week course with a half-day retreat, that teaches you how to:
• DECREASE anxiety
• DECREASE depression and stress
• INCREASE relationship satisfaction
• INCREASE healthy habits like diet and exercise
• INCREASE emotional wellbeing
MSC, a researched-based program, is an adventure and an experiment in self-discovery and self-transformation. You will learn over 25 simple ways that will enable you to call on your own inner resources to soothe yourself in times of stress or pain.
PLEASE NOTE THIS MEETING IS ON TUESDAYS, January 28 – March 24 from 5:00 – 7:30pm (2 hours and 30 minutes)
Room 202B, in the University Religious Center building on the east side of campus.
Plus a silent half day retreat which will be explained on the first day of class.
Robin, MSW, LCSW received her Master of Social Work from the San Francisco State University. She serves as the liaison for Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services (RSVP) as well as the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. Her professional interests include psychodynamic and integrative psychotherapy, mindfulness and self-compassion practice, women’s issues, trauma, grief and loss, cross-cultural and international issues, identity formation, life transition, supervision and training.
Mark Miller has been a meditator for 25 years. He has practiced in both the Tibetan (Kagyu) and Insight traditions, and is deeply committed to sharing the power of mindfulness. Mark is currently the coordinator of Mindful USC.