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Pricing: Members - $30.00
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8 - 8:30 a.m. - Check-in
8:30 a.m. - Breakfast
9 a.m. - Announcements & Awards
9:30 - 10:30 a.m. - Speaker
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Presenter: Coralis Solomon, MS, RMHCI
Self-Compassion: A Therapeutic Approach to Help Clients Find Freedom From Destructive Thoughts and Emotions.
Research supported by Christopher Germer, PhD and Kristin Neff PhD demonstrates that self-compassion is related to emotional wellbeing, lower anxiety and depression. During this presentation participants will learn the core principles and practices to help clients cultivate the skill of self-compassion.
By the end of the presentations participants will be able to:
Describe the theory and research supporting mindful self-compassion.
Understand the three key components of self-compassion.
Understand the concept of self-compassion vs. self-esteem.
Integrate core mindfulness and self-compassion exercises into daily life.
Teach simple self-compassion practices to clients.
Coralis (Cory) Solomon is a registered mental health counselor intern (State of Florida). As a graduate of Troy University, she holds a master’s degree in Counseling/Psychology. She is currently serving as Registered Intern Representative for FMHCA and as a Membership Chair for MHCCF. Among her certifications, she is a Level II Hatha yoga instructor with additional training in Trauma Sensitive Yoga, and a Laughter Yoga Facilitator. Her counseling practice utilizes a blend of both Eastern and Western philosophies. Using mindfulness and body-centered practices she allows individuals to engage their body, mind and spirit to help them with their emotional issues. Her private practice Quiet Minds Counseling is located in Orlando, Florida. She also does contract work for La Amistad Behavioral Health Services where she facilitates 9-12 groups a week.
When she is not counseling you can find her at the YMCA or La Fitness teaching spinning, muscle conditioning, and yoga. She lives in Winter Park with her beloved husband Neil and their two fluffy dogs Lucas and Rodolfo.