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Virtual workshop

An Introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion

4th October 2022 at 11:00 am US Eastern Daylight Time


Delivered by

Mark Rovner and Rebecca Scott

Fee range


Contact Person

Rebecca Scott


One 90-minute focused session delivered via Zoom

Who is this for

Coaches and other practitioners who work with self-criticism, imposter syndrome, or other self-limiting beliefs.

Anyone who wants to learn how to treat themselves with the same understanding and kindness we usually reserve for our closest friends.

What will participants learn

Practical tools for addressing self-critical thinking; the science behind self-criticism; and how applying mindful self-compassion can assist our and our clients’ vertical development.

Why take this

Shame, self-criticism and other negative self-beliefs are widespread among high-performing professionals. and humans in general. Mindful self-compassion is a powerful tool that can help us access our best selves both at work and at home.

Date & Time

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90-minute Session 4th October, 2022 11:00 am

Faculty Bios

Mark Rovner

Mark Rovner, PCC is an executive coach with a long track record working with nonprofit leaders and other world changers. He brings abundant warmth, clarity and humor to his work as a coach, consultant and trainer. Mark has been a student of compassion for many years, beginning in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and more recently weaving in social science and neuroscience. He is a trained teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion and a trained Immunity to Change facilitator. Marks spends many of his off-hours underwater and has yet to meet a shark he didn’t love.

Rebecca Scott

Rebecca Scott is a leadership coach who is passionate about helping people living with chronic conditions live full, purposeful, and joyous lives. She believes in the transformational power of meaningful conversation, celebrating all your victories, and feeling all your feelings. She also believes in kindness, including to oneself... which is much easier said than done. Rebecca is also a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory and loves talking about the delights and challenges of working across difference.