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Your complete compassion toolkit
When we struggle with self-compassion, it can impact us in a number of ways:
Shame and self-criticism
Difficulty being in the present
and many other ways
You’re not alone. However you’re feeling, you’ll have tools to help you, the moment you need them.
Scientifically-backed Compassion Focused Therapy course to help you navigate the ups and downs of life.
Support in your pocket, whenever you need
Anyone can develop compassion and enjoy all the benefits it brings – we’re looking forward to showing you how.
Work through tricky thoughts and prepare for nerve-racking situations using CFT techniques
Learn how to work with your self-critic rather than against it
Develop helpful tools for managing your difficult emotions
Develop compassion, lift your mood
We spend more time with ourselves than anyone else in life – so being able to support ourselves is an incredibly powerful tool.
Come to realise that many of your difficulties are not your fault
Embrace feelings of love and kindness towards yourself and others
Experience more moments of calm and connection
Embrace the gift of the present, focus on the now
Experience the joy of really being in the present moment – not worrying about the past, or planning for the future.
Soothe your mind and body through visual and interactive breathing guides
Start to notice and appreciate the good in every day
Enjoy the moment with Chris and Elaine’s calming meditations
"We jumped at the chance to help people put Compassion Focused Therapy into action. This is a more visual and interactive version of our workbook which really brings it to life. We think it’s going to make a real difference and help a lot of people to feel better. It’s fantastic that people can access our tools and meditations whenever and wherever they need them."
Dr. Elaine Beaumont
Lecturer in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and co-author of The Compassionate Mind Workbook
Dr. Chris Irons