Finishing this course you'll have...

  • new skills to navigate anxious and hectic moments

  • the know-how to harness your biology for moments of peace

  • busted myths that get in way of accessing the power of self-kindness

  • practical tools to go after bolder goals

It's Packed with Value and Bonus Material

so you enjoy the benefits of self-compassion sooner

  • Bonus Material

    In addition to the downloadable booklet and extra material within the course, you'll enjoy access to bonus videos, guides and supporting material to kick start your practice.

  • Work to your own Schedule

    With life time access and content divided into meaningful lessons you can work to your own schedule. Track your progress as you move through the course, feel free to pause and return as you need. You can pick up where you left off.

  • Guided Exercises

    The guided self-compassion exercises are provided in the course as well as separate, downloadable audio files so you have everything you need for your own unique practice.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Chapter 1

    • Let's Get Started

    • How Can Self-Compassion Help Me?

    • 3 Elements of Self-Compassion

    • Getting Mindful About Suffering

    • Chapter 1 Quiz

  • 2

    Chapter 2

    • "Doing" self-compassion (the HOW)

    • We don't need to be zen-masters

    • Using our Biology To Help Us Practice

    • Notes on Practice and a Formal Exercise

    • Invitation to Set an Intention

    • Chapter 2 Quiz

  • 3

    Bonus Material

    • Arriving in the Room - Mindfulness Exercise

    • Arriving in the Room Downloadable

    • Leaves on a Stream - Mindfulness Exercise

    • Leaves on a Stream Downloadable

    • Mindfulness and Self-Awareness Downloadable

    • Journaling Prompts


Jen Gwynn-Jones

Jen Gwynn-Jones has helped women all over the world break free from their "shoulds" to have more joy and freedom in their lives. She believes self-compassion will assist in every step of that journey. Jen is a certified Wayfinder Life Coach through the Martha Beck Institute and is also trained in Acceptance Commitment Training (ACT). Her approach is informed by a 17 year career in the Australian public service and extensive studies including Bachelor degrees in Microbiology and Anthropology and a Masters in International Affairs from the Australian National University.