Mindful Self-Compassion and Caregiver Fatigue

Online caregiver support in North Central Washington

April 08, 2020

To make our self-happy for the well-being and for those who care, we struggle. Luckily, research on the emerging field of Self-Compassion shows that we can learn to understand our own needs better, and we can learn to meet our own needs better. The program offers the causes of burnout, stress and emotional drain in our lives, and by learning simple and proven tools, we can increase our well-being, our emotional resiliency, and increase our ability to care for ourselves and others with joy and balance. Hence, all the individuals who are interested can join the session via Zoom.

ONLINE CLASS Real Self-Care: Self-Compassion Tools for General Wellness, Burnout, and Caregiver Fatigue

To access the class: You will need a smart phone, tablet or computer with a mic and a camera.

You will be emailed a Zoom link the day before the class. Click on this link 15 minutes before class starts to give you time to get set up.

When prompted, download the Zoom app (it’s super easy and very safe.)

If you are new to Zoom or want more time, click on the link earlier to ensure you’re ready to go at 7 PM.

Test your mic and camera when prompted.

Zoom has a great support page if needed:

 Self-Compassion is strongly associated with:

  • Increased emotional well-being
  • Reduction in Caregiver burnout, anxiety, stress & depression
  • Reduced self-criticism 
  • Increased self-kindness & motivation
  • Maintenance of healthy habits
  • More satisfying personal relationships

Note: This program will have an extra emphasis on helping us stay healthy while caring for others, whether we do that as parents, family caregivers, or professional.

Please visit the website for more details and feel free to email Oori with questions at

Date and Time

Tue, March 31, 2020

7:00 PM – 8:15 PM PDT

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Pybus Public Market

7 N Worthen St 

Wenatchee, WA 98801 

United States 

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