Blair Carleton is a Recovery Coach trained by Washington State and the Connecticut Center for Addiction Recovery (CCAR). She received her MSC Teacher Certificate from UCSD’s Center for Mindful Self-Compassion. Blair studied Shame-Resilience with Brene Brown, and went on to teach the curriculum just as Dr. Brown’s first TED talk went viral. But it was after a weekend workshop at CCFW that she fell head over heels in love with Dr. Kristin Neff’s pioneering research on Self-Compassion. Blair studied with both founders of Mindful Self-Compassion, Dr. Neff and Dr. Chris Germer, a clinician at Harvard Medical School. She received her B.A. from Yale University.
Blair has taught MSC to all walks of life: every single time she teaches, she is filled with gratitude to watch people enhance their own lives before her very eyes. She credits her beloved practice of Mindfulness to her teachers: Dr. Keesha Ewers, Ajayan Borys, Sylvia Boorstein and Joel and Michelle Levey. She is tickled pink to be teaching with Yaffa Maritz, her friend, colleague, and the one who taught her 8-week MSC course at CCFW. Find out more at: http://cultivatingselfcompassion.com/
Blair's offerings at CCFW:
- Mindful Self-Compassion
- Drop-in meditation
"One of the most enduring memories of the class that I will take with me is the warmth and openness and heart that you both brought to our time together. From the very first moment and throughout the entire course, you created a magical space that was so supportive, curious, secure, and fun -- you guys are amazing!!!” - Mark M.