“Self-Compassion and Managing the Judging Inner Voice”
The Bingham Room
Gray’s Inn, London
Thursday 13th February 2020
18.00 – 19.30
Sandra Hilton is a former solicitor who now runs a psychotherapy practice in the City and consults to global leaders on creating the conditions for self-organising communities to form.
This evening, Sandra will engage us in a conversation about how critical compassion is for us to survive and thrive in the modern world. Drawing on the latest research into self-compassion, in particular, she will explore why this human quality is so under-rated; share her experience of working with her clients’ inner judge and invite us to explore the origin, nature and impact of the judgments we make of ourselves and others.
“We live in a time when science is validating what humans have known throughout the ages: that compassion is not a luxury; it is a necessity for our well-being, resilience and survival.”
“We are not the survival of the fittest. We are the survival of the nurtured.” Louis Cozolino
Gray’s Inn, The South Eastern Circuit and The Criminal Bar Association are holding a joint wellbeing event for the bar and judiciary following the success of the last two years of joint events
We consider the wellbeing of our members and their families of significant importance; all are encouraged to attend.
The event is free but must be booked in advance.
Please contact [email protected] to reserve your seat
The Chatham House Rule will apply.
Drinks and nibbles will follow.
Open to non-members.