DURATION: Wednesdays 6/1/22-6/29/22
Registration closes 5/30/22
the Inside Out (CFIO) Foundations of Self & Collective Care
While burnout was a growing crisis in healthcare even before the
pandemic, the pandemic has exponentially increased the sources of stress and
distress for healthcare professionals. In this context, self and collective
care are necessary for health professionals to be able to do the work
they love while feeling resourced day-to-day and in the long term. Our goal is
to serve those who serve us – to provide safe
spaces for healthcare and public health professionals to learn,
connect, and intentionally practice and integrate self and collective care into
their lives and organizations.
The Compassion Institute (CI) is a global advocate for
compassion education, programs, and research. Our work was initiated at
Stanford University School of Medicine Neurosciences Institute in 2009 to support
human health, well-being, and interpersonal relationships within organizations
and communities. Programs are developed by thought leaders and industry experts
in compassion science and education,contemplative science, psychology, and
social sciences. Research has shown CI’s flagship 8-week program
– Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) – can lead to:
- Acceptance of
- Job satisfaction
- Compassion for
self and others
- Openness to
receiving compassion from others
- Mind wandering
- Reports of
chronic pain severity
Since 2017, CI has directed its efforts to support critical
sectors serving the public, with a high priority on healthcare, public health, and medical education. The Health
Program aims to support the health sector community to ultimately co-create cultures and systems of care.
Our facilitators are experts in program content, but also importantly, the health sector and / or caring
1. Gain a deeper understanding of the stressors that contribute
to stress and burnout.
2. Shift from overwhelm and helplessness to a greater sense of
agency in caring for one’s well-being.
3. Acquire tools to regulate the nervous system to de-stress and
weave self-care into one’s routine.
4. Acquire and apply practical skills and tools for self and
collective care to support the well-being
of oneself and that of colleagues. Tools are designed to be
accessible for participants with full
schedules, and can be practiced with colleagues and within
5 modules, 1 module / week. Each
module includes on demand videos + 1 live online session.
• On demand videos: 10-25 min in length, educational content. Should
be watched ahead of each module’s live session.
• 1-hour live online sessions: Video content will be translated into
practical skills and application. An opportunity for participants to connect
and learn with peers and an expert facilitator.
• Additional resources will complement each module, available in the
• Participants will have indefinite access to all course materials.
MODULE 1: Stress, Burnout,
Regulating the Nervous System- 6/1/22
The first module lays out
foundational concepts including stress, burnout, and nervous system regulation.
Participants will start to track their daily experience of stress and incorporate
practical self-care strategies and skills into their daily routine.
MODULE 2: Emotion Regulation
and Meaning- 6/8/22
Module two broadens participants’
awareness of their daily experience of stress and well-being, and connects with
their deeply held values as a compass. Emotions are explored – how they
manifest and how to regulate them throughout the day.
MODULE 3: Self-Care- 6/15/22
This module inquires into the
role of systems and culture in shaping how we work and rest, as well as the topic
of self-care. Skills in time management and boundary setting are explored, as
well as the practice of self-compassion.
MODULE 4: Collective Care- 6/22/22
Module four examines the role of
“love” and “power” in the workplace, and the difference between empathy and
compassion – an important distinction when protecting oneself from overwhelm in
MODULE 5: Integration- 6/29/22
The final session will focus on
integrating the learnings and practices from previous weeks, to support participants
to sustain the benefits of the course moving forward.
These sessions will not be hosted on CPCA's webinar platform. Please save these dates to your calendar and you'll receive information via email on how to join in a separate communication as we get closer to the event.
Payment is due at time of registration.
- CPCA Member*: $250
- Non Member Health Center: $250
- Associates: $250
- Non Member, Non Health Center: $250
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