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Self-Compassion: A Radical Relationship with Yourself

Self-Compassion: A Radical Relationship with Yourself

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Learn what self-love really is, why it's more than self-care, and what self-compassion can feel like. Workshop will be experiential.

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we have guest presenter, Ji Eun Ko, a trained IFS Licensed Marriage Family Therapist and owner and founder of Full Well Therapy, to share what self-love really is, why it's more than self-care, and what self-compassion can feel like. Workshop will be experiential! For kids, caregivers, and professionals.

Submit questions beforehand to sandiego@brainbalancecenters.com.

The Brain Balance Program® is a research-based, drug-free, brain training program that addresses the root causes behind behavioral, social, and cognitive challenges (i.e. ADHD, anxiety, autism, dyslexia, regulation, sensory processing, memory, performance, etc.). Our personalized, holistic program incorporates proven cognitive, behavioral, and nutrition methods—an integrated approach that is literally redefining what’s possible for kids, teens, adults.

Over the past decade, we have helped over 50,000 individuals nationwide to improve critical life skills and create a brighter path for their future. Learn more about the current and ongoing research studies of the Brain Balance Program with Harvard University's McLean Hospital, Cambridge Brain Sciences, University of California San Francisco, and Journal of Mental Health & Clinical Psychology by visiting brainbalancecenters.com/research.

Visit brainbalancesandiego.com to learn more or call (858) 324-5545 for a free consultation.

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Ji Eun Ko (she/her/hers) is the owner and founder of Full Well Therapy, and a trained IFS Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. She specializes in working with those experiencing oppression, marginalization, and erasure to experience internal healing, peace, and harmony. When she's not working, she likes to spend her time outside surfing, backpacking, and hiking, as well as folding origami and tackling new DIY craft projects.

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Journal of Mental Health & Clinical Psychology Research

Research published in the Journal of Mental Health and Clinical Psychology suggests that the Brain Balance Program is an effective, non-drug option for reducing and improving emotional and developmental challenges like anxiety, ADHD or autism.

The study focused on children who were at or below developmental milestones and evaluated the parent-reported changes in their behavior before and after undergoing 5-6 months of the Brain Balance program. The findings revealed that nearly all the children who participated in the program showed improvements in mental well-being, with most categories reaching an average of 40-50% improvement.

Study Insights:

Parents of children who completed the Brain Balance Program reported the following improvements, on average:

  • 40% improvement in behavior and anxiety
  • 50% improvement in emotional functioning, ability to retain academic information, and social confidence
  • 60% improvement in overall happiness

Visit brainbalancecenters.com/research to learn more.

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