Tag: self-acceptance

How to Help Your Clients Reframe Self-Criticism

By Sharon Martin, MSW, LCSW Self-criticism, or being overly hard on yourself, is usually based on cognitive distortions—rigid, all-or-nothing, perfectionist thinking. And it isn’t helpful or healthy. We can assist our… READ MORE

Spirituality and Self-Worth

Spirituality and Self-Worth

by Amoda Maa Jeevan, author of Embodied Enlightenment A surprising number of people, especially in today’s materially oriented world, experience a lack of self-worth. There’s a common belief, even in spiritual circles,… READ MORE

What Is Mindfulness—in One Sentence?

What Is Mindfulness—in One Sentence?

By Louanne Davis, PsyD A physician recently asked one of my colleagues who teaches mindfulness classes to explain what it is in one sentence. When my colleague shared this with… READ MORE

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