Give the Gift of Self-Compassion
Self-compassion can help your kids (and you) to love and be there for themselves during difficult moments. It can help your children connect with their values and be the best version of themselves. Giving ourselves and youth the gift of self-compassion is the best gift that we can give.
What is Self-Compassion
Classes for Families
Train to Teach Self-Compassion to Children
About Jamie Lynn
I’m Jamie Lynn Tatera, creator of the Self-Compassion for Children and Caregivers (SCCC) program. I used to be an elementary school teacher, but after I had my first daughter, I began to focus on sharing wellness skills with parents and educators. Amidst unique parenting challenges, I discovered self-compassion, and my life was transformed. A decade later, I’m a certified mindful self-compassion teacher who empowers children, educators and families across the globe to comfort themselves during their difficult moments and motivate themselves with kindness.
“Self-compassion is an inner resource that nourishes and strengthens us throughout our lives. Fortunately, self-compassion can also be learned, and the sooner the better. The Self-Compassion for Children and Caregivers program is a brilliant adaptation of the MSC program that captures the essence of self-compassion for kids and their caregivers. I’m so grateful to Jamie Lynn Tatera for seeing the need and meeting it in a manner that is both profound and delightful.”-Christopher Germer, PhD, Co-Developer of the Mindful Self-Compassion program
January 5 – March 2, 2023
Online class with LIVE Q&A sessions for parents, caregivers, and educators who would like to both deepen their own self-compassion practice and foster self-compassion in children.
March 16 – May 18, 2023
Thursdays, 12-2pm CT
Live-online adult Mindful Self-Compassion training taught by Jamie Lynn Tatera through the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.
March 12 – July 17, 2023 with 4 LIVE Sessions
Combo live-online and asynchronous online teacher training for individuals who would like to teach the SCCC program in an educational, clinical, or community setting.