Chris Germer, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, speaker, and author on mindfulness and self-compassion. He developed the field of mindfulness-based self-compassion therapy with Kristin Neff.
Chris Germer is a clinical psychologist, meditation practitioner, author, and teacher of mindfulness and compassion in psychotherapy and everyday life. He is also Co-developer of the Mindful Self-Compassion training program, along with Kristin Neff.
“Buck up.” “Stop feeling sorry for yourself.” “Don’t ruin everything.
Self-compassion is one of the greatest gifts you can offer yourself. Use this guide to craft loving-kindness phrases that feel meaningful for you.
A moment of self-compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.
Clinical psychologist Christopher Germer, PhD, offers his favorite techniques for activating self-compassion at difficult moments.
Are you kinder to others than you are to yourself? More than a thousand research studies show the benefits of being a supportive friend to yourself, especially in times of need.
When things go wrong in our lives, we tend to become our own worst enemy.
Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional.
Leading experts on mindful self-compassion Drs. Kristin Neff and Christopher Germer share how self-kindness, recognition of our humanity, and mindfulness give us the strength to thrive.
Chris Germer describes the concept of "backdraft" at the Compassion in Connection conference at Omega Institute in October, 2018.