Meeting Self with Compassion

Fostering a self-compassion practice for your child and for yourself can be important for psychological wellbeing and overall functioning. Learning how to hold a stance of openness, nonjudgment, and understanding can support you and your child with the challenges that life brings.

Practice Makes Progress

Taking a stance of warmth and care with self can be easier said than done.
Because of this, we've created comprehensive guides and activities for children, adolescents, and adult caregivers.
Our offerings are designed to build up a new skill or meet you and your child's current needs with this work.


Access psychoeducation on what self-compassion is, why it matters, and various ways of implementing for yourself and with your family.


Young kids can learn what it means to be a friend to self, respond to hurt, and practice openness with all of their experiences through activities and coloring sheets.


Adolescents can access developmentally appropriate resources for how to redefine what brings them comfort, identify needs, and respond to self in respectful and compassionate ways.

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Mindfulness & Openness to Experiences

A big part of building up self-compassionate practices is the practice of learning to stay present to the here and now.

Our offerings support this awareness and receptivity to experiences so that you and your children can feel confident navigating life's joys and challenges.