Drop-in Session: Practices for Self-Compassion

Megan Kennedy, MA, LMHC

About this Event

Extending compassion inward is one of the keys to building resilience. This session will guide participants through reflective inquiry and mindfulness practices related to self-compassion. These practices support us in developing self-acceptance and self-kindness.

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CCFW is pleased to offer these drop-in sessions for free. We welcome contributions to our Mindfulness Outreach Support Fund to increase the accessibility of our paid courses and community trainings for individuals working with children and families facing adversity. *

About the Presenter

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Megan Kennedy, MA, LMHC

Megan Kennedy is the Director of the UW Resilience Lab. Her work focuses on leading strategic initiatives that support student mental health and well-being – and she’s an active facilitator of CCFW’s Be REAL program. A Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Megan previously served as a clinical director and youth and family therapist at Youth Eastside Services in Bellevue, WA. Megan received training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, and other evidence and mindfulness-based therapies.