Do you find you are a victim to endless criticism, judgment, and unrealistic expectations from yourself? Is it hard to tap into self-worth, self-esteem, and self-love?
In this 1 hour lecture we explore how to heal the wounds which lead to perfectionism & how to develop self-love.
This lecture includes education on:
- Why we are perfectionistic
- Consequences and impact
- How to heal
- Radical Acceptance
- Self-respect, trust, acceptance, and self-love
- Childhood trauma
- Inner-child work
- Journaling prompts in webinar lecture
- Audio track version for on-the-go listening
- Access to Therapy Thoughts Podcast episode 9: Perfectionism
You will learn real coping skills, tools and activities you can apply to heal your relationship with yourself. We explore the research and theories from experts in the field like Brene Brown, Kristen Neff, and John Bradshaw. We look at a holistic approach to healing perfectionism, the underlying pains and experiences that lead to perfectionism, and how to begin applying self-compassion thus working towards self-love. We introduce you to ways to connect to your inner-child and becoming a loving support to yourself.
Tiffany Roe is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, teacher, speaker, and the owner of Mindful Counseling LLC in Orem, Utah. She passionately helps her clients remember they are enough. Tiffany has focused her career on treatment for women navigating eating disorder recovery, poor body image, poor relationships with themselves and food, substance abuse, anxiety, and low self-worth. She feels called to work with women and to help them find their purpose and self-worth. Tiffany believes you can love yourself, your body, and your relationship with food.
She attended Argosy University where she graduated with honors and received her Master of Arts degree in Mental Health Counseling in 2011. She received her Bachelor degree in Sociology from Brigham Young University in 2008. Tiffany is an award-winning teacher & speaker. She taught psychology courses in the Behavioral Sciences Department for Utah Valley University from 2012-2017 and only recently stopped teaching to focus solely on her counseling practice.
Tiffany utilizes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy in treatment and believes a holistic treatment approach supports total resolution and healing