Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) Daylong Intensive

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Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) Daylong Intensive
 
with Jane Chun
 
Saturday, May 16th, 2020 | 10:00am – 5:00pm
 
Compassion is an inherent human quality – when we see someone in pain, we may feel their pain and feel motivated to help lessen their suffering. From a young age, we’re wired to connect and care for our fellow human beings. However, our capacity for compassion, for ourselves and others, may be stretched thin in environments where stress and burnout are pervasive, and the scale of social challenges feels overwhelming.

Compassion training offers a way to strengthen our innate and relational resources, broaden and shift our perspective, and metabolize the challenges of life, big and small. By connecting with our compassionate nature, we can cultivate habits and an outlook that is more empowering, and respond to challenges with greater skilfulness and wisdom.

This daylong intensive workshop condenses the essence of the 8-week Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) into a one-day format. It is an introduction to the 8-week Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) and a refresher for CCT alumni.

CCT was developed at the Stanford University Neurosciences Institute, and is now housed at the Compassion Institute.

Topics and skills covered include:
•Mindfulness
•Intention setting
•Empathy and empathic distress
•Self-compassion and self-appreciation
•Loving-kindness and compassion for others

Registration:

Please register at the highest level that your generosity offers.
Explanations of levels follow below.
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Registration Fees include Teacher Support

New York Insight Meditation Center has streamlined the registration fee levels. Members of our Circle of Friends are eligible to receive 20% off of the Sustaining Rate via a code provided in the email confirming membership, which you can enter after clicking the Sustaining Level registration.

*Benefactor Level: Supports NYI’s ability to offer the Subsidized Base.

**Sustaining Level: This level reflects the actual costs to support this program. Circle of Friends members eligible for 20% discount with code. Click here to join.

***Subsidized Base: Made possible by the generosity of Benefactor Level above and other donations to ensure participation by those requiring financial assistance.

If you have questions about your registration (cancellation policy, membership discount, email confirmation, etc.), please read our FAQs. If your question is not addressed in the FAQs, please email registration@nyimc.org.

If you are unable to pay the Subsidized Base Fee, you can learn about volunteering to offer work exchange and letting us know how much you are able to pay for this program by emailing registration@nyimc.org.

 

Teacher(s)

Jane Chun

Jane Chun is Program Director of Specialized Programs at Compassion Institute (CI), and is dual certified by Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) and CI to teach CCT. She is managing the development and rollout of CI’s programs in the healthcare sector and social change space. She is passionate about the intersection of compassionate states of being and social and systems change. Jane has worked with non-profit and intergovernmental organizations including UNICEF, UNDP, IOM, and Search for Common Ground on topics ranging from climate and environmental change, human ecology, migration and displacement, sustainable development, and decision sciences. She has also conducted social policy research for various organizations such as The Brookings Institution and Oxford Refugee Studies Centre. She offers a cross-disciplinary perspective and approach in her work, and is committed to co- creating change together with organizations and individuals so that we can move toward a present and future we want, for ourselves and for the planet.