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If you are in recovery from an addiction and ready to live your best life now, then Compassionate Recovery Coaching is for you. Learn how manage difficult emotions, deal with shame, navigate relationships and build your inner compassion.

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Learn about the latest research in self-compassion and how it can support a successful path to recovery. In this 4 week primer, you will immerse yourself in the self-compassion process and emerge with new skills to bring to your clients, and a new fire for doing the work of recovery.

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Emotional Fitness

Emotional fitness is similar to physical fitness; it is the result of practicing healthy habits. Emotional fitness comes from practicing healthy habits of the mind. Speaking compassionately to yourself makes a big difference in your ability to be resilient. Learning to be compassionate to myself changed my life in magnificent ways I never could have imagined. It’s not magic, it’s a practice, but the work pays off in major benefits.
With high levels of Self-Compassion you can:

  • Experience lower levels of stress, anxiety and depression
  • Be more creative, productive and successful
  • Be more resilient in the face of change or struggle.

Who doesn’t want a piece of that? I do!  Read more about my personal story.

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Want to be a part of a community of people working to improve their lives through the science of compassion? Then I have great news! InnerAllies is a closed facebook group where we chat about all things self-compassion. You need an invite to join us, so click below and join the fun. If I don’t approve your membership fast enough, feel free to send me an email. Cynthia@InnerAlly.com  InnerAllies!

“I spent a lot of time arguing with these inner critics trying to figure out how to make them go away. Then one day last year I met Cynthia Phelps who wrote Inner Allies. She has a group on Facebook.”
Michele O'Toole