Caring for Carers with Self-Compassion

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©  Kate Diggory 2018

Are you a Carer?

 

Do you provide physical and emotional care for your loved ones including partners, relatives, friends and neighbours?

Are you caring for someone who has a chronic illness or who has been diagnosed with a life-limiting or palliative diagnosis?

 

In your job do you care for others? Perhaps you're a Doctor, Nurse, Counsellor, Therapist  or Social Worker? 

 

Would you like to improve your resilience, learn to take better care of yourself, enhance your capacity to cope and your ability to be more present with the pain and suffering of others? 

Perhaps you are experiencing some or all of the following:

 

  • Emotional and physical tiredness through caring and ‘being there’ for others when it feels like no-one is there for you 

  • Low self-esteem

  • Feeling trapped in a cycle of hurtful and destructive self-talk

  • Poor self confidence

  • Doubt about your professional competence

 

Kate will show you ways to transform your life for the better  using the latest research and tested strategies to develop self-compassion and mindfulness. 

Either working one to one or through the innovative iCare programme Kate will help you to develop more positive and caring inner talk, build confidence and guide you in developing healthy self-care with the added benefit of helping you to care better for others. 

Free iCare course for Carers of those with a life limiting illness

If you are a carer of someone with a life limiting or palliative diagnosis and want to learn new strategies that may help you stay calm and healthy in the face of stress, all from the comfort of your own home and are prepared to participate in some research then use the contact page to request more information.