Self-Compassion Workshops


Self-Compassion is a practice in which we learn to be a good friend to ourselves when we need it most to become an inner ally rather than an inner enemy. In this two-part workshop series, we will explore how to hold more compassion for our whole selves, to the relationships we hold and to all levels of being. These workshops are open to all Indigenous students at the University of Toronto who identify as 2-Spirit, or LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, gender non-conforming, along with many other identities). Limited spaces available, please register to secure a spot. Facilitated by Faith Chaput, Indigenous Wellness Counsellor and Coordinator, and Jenn Flood, Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Coordinator-Education Lead.   

Kisîwâtisôwin: Self-Compassion Workshop for Indigiqueers: 

Date & Time: October 8th, 2020 from 2:30PM- 4:30PM 

Eligibility: Open to all Indigenous University of Toronto 2SLGBTQ+ identified students, capacity: 12 students 

Register Here

Kisîwâtisôwin: Self-Compassion & Relationship Workshop for Indigiqueers: 

Date & Time: October 22nd, 2020 from 2:30PM-4:30PM 

Eligibility: Open to all Indigenous University of Toronto 2SLGBTQ+ identified students, capacity: 12 students 

Register Here

Session information:  

All of these sessions will be held via the BB Collaborate conferencing platform and are only open to students. Please note that there are restrictions to how many students can sign-up and attend each session (see “capacity” above). Register soon, so you do not miss out on a spot!   


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