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Cognitive Psychology & self compassion

Below are the best resources we could find on Cognitive Psychology and self compassion.

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Compassion Focused Therapy with Dr Paul Gilbert

Dr Paul Gilbert shares his immense knowledge of being more compassionate with ourselves and others.

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Compassion Focused Therapy (CBT Distinctive Features)

Research into the beneficial effect of developing compassion has advanced enormously in the last ten years, with the development of inner compassion being an important therapeutic focus and goal.

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How to Turn Your Brain from Anger to Compassion

Attention is like a spotlight—whatever it shines on becomes brighter in the mind. This knowledge can help us build compassion, says Paul Gilbert.

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Shame and Compassion: Q&A With Paul Gilbert, Part 2 of 2

Psychology of compassion is discussed (part 2)

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16 Compassion Focused Therapy Training Exercises and Worksheets

Compassion gets a lot of attention in positive psychology, and for good reason – it’s a major concern of many religious and philosophical leaders, including the Dalai Lama and Pope Francis.

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Shame and Compassion: Q&A With Paul Gilbert, Part 1 of 2

How do shame and compassion relate to one another?

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9 Interesting Facts About CFT / Compassion Focused Therapy

Nine facts about CFT a psychotherapy system created by Paul Gilbert that incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) methods with topics such as evolutionary psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, Buddhist psychology and neuroscience.

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I Study Neuropsychology and Here’s My Best Advice for Reframing Overwhelming Thoughts

But good news: There’s a neuropsychological hack to help calm some overwhelming feelings.

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