Welcome! Dr. Elizabeth Bonet interviews Tim Desmond, psychotherapist, author, and distinguished faculty scholar about psychotherapy and self-compassion. We talk about Narcissists, Narcissistic Parents, the antidote to suffering, and how to move into radical acceptance. Tim offers a moving exercise at the end of the interview to help listeners get in touch with more self-compassion when facing a difficult situation or person.
The self-compassion exercise begins about RT 44:00.
See Show Notes at http://www.drlizhypnosis.com/episode96
Tim's website is http://www.timdesmond.net
Tim Desmond is a psychotherapist, author, Distinguished Faculty Scholar at Antioch University New England, and student of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Co-founder of Morning Sun Mindfulness Center, he lives in Alstead, NH, and teaches mindfulness and self-compassion practices to professional and popular audiences around the world. His groundbreaking work in self-compassion and mindfulness has been featured widely in global media, and he has been an invited lecturer at Yale Medical School, the Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, and the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. His publications include:
Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy (W.W.Norton, 2015)
The Self-Compassion Skills Workbook (W.W.Norton, 2017) and
How to Stay Human in a F*cked Up World(HarperOne, 2019)
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