This webinar will be live on the 16th November 2022
Regardless of your relationship with your family, the festive season can pose significant emotional regulation challenges. Our executive functions have to work overtime with all the planning, hosting/helping duties and social engagements, which in itself can leave us feeling frazzled and exhausted. Throw in family dynamics, RSD, society expectations and some childhood triggers, and we have a set-up for some big emotions to flood us.
Join team CiM for our last live Masterclass of the year – that’s Victoria Bagnall (co-founder and MD of Connections in Mind), and psychologists Dr Soracha Cashman, Rachel Breskal and Casey Anley, for this important fireside chat.
After the Masterclass with Team CiM, you can expect to:
- Understand that shame and guilt around executive dysfunction are driven by society’s judgement.
- Understand that this shame and guilt affects us all – even (or maybe especially) high achievers.
- Come to terms with the fact that the perfect festive season is impossible, and how to be kinder to ourselves and our loved ones this festive season.
- Gain insight into how we, as psychologists and coaches, practice self-compassion in the run-up to the festive season.