Adrienne Gaudet M.D.
Mindful self-compassion is a practice that allows us to cultivate a caring and supportive response to the many difficulties of life.
The Mindful Self-Compassion program (MSC) is an empirically based course that promotes the development of self-compassion skills.
27-hour course in 9 weekly sessions of 3 hours each, by video conference or in person. It is also available in a short course format of 6 sessions of 1 or 1.5 hours each, for a total of 6 or 9 hours.
Self-Compassion Training for Healthcare Communities
6-hour training adapted for healthcare professionals to improve well-being and personal resilience through self-compassion skills.
It is also possible to book conferences, workshops and intensive one- or two-day training sessions. The training content can be adapted to your group's needs and schedule.
Dr. Adrienne Gaudet is a psychiatrist who has worked in the field of mental health for 30 years. A certified Mindful Self-Compassion teacher, she is a graduate of the UC San Diego Medical School’s Centers for Integrative Health - Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute.
Dr. Gaudet believes passionately that compassion can help foster resilience at both individual and organizational levels. Having experienced the benefits of self-compassion in her own personal and professional life, she now wishes to share her knowledge with individuals, groups and organizations interested in this approach.
Dr. Gaudet’s approach is soothing and warm. She knows how to establish a climate of trust and mutual respect in the group. She shares wisdom acquired through her experience and encourages us to create daily moments to take care of ourselves, explore our feelings, and offer ourselves compassion. We offer compassion easily to others, but it is difficult to offer it to ourselves because of lack of time, of guilt or of fear of no longer trying to improve. Dr. Gaudet's training is one of the nicest gifts you can give yourself.
Dr. Marie-Eve Picard, Psychiatrist