hey, it's time for a little
You are worth taking care of.
what is self-care?
It’s hard to define self-care. Because the goal post is always moving. Self-care now may look different for you than it did 5 years ago, and even different than 5 years from now! The seasons of life and needs in those seasons change.
Regardless of changes and seasons, self-care boils down to KNOWING AND MEETING YOUR NEEDS.
Self-care involves your spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional, and social needs. It’s not just physical appearance based needs. It’s less about “Treat Yo’ Self”, it’s more about mindfully taking steps to meet your specific needs. Self-care is about knowing and believing that you are WORTHY and DESERVING of love, attention, and care.
What if I don't feel worthy?
You're in the right place! And you're not alone. Let's start by paying attention. True self-care means non-judgmentally paying attention to your needs and compassionately meeting them. Mindful self-care aims to change your relationship with yourself and building a narrative of self-worth.
No Matter What You Try...
You're experiencing guilt
You might feel guilt surrounding taking time for yourself.
And even unworthiness
You don't believe you're worthy of self-care.
And you can't escape from busyness of life
You spend most of your time caring for and attending to the needs of others.
Well, what if...
You had tools to help you discover your needs?
We're talking real tools to help you identify your needs and values.
You could learn how to prioritize YOU?
Let's discover different ways to prioritize time for self-care .
You finally felt worth taking of?
This is where the magic happens, fam. Through self-compassion and mindfully paying attention to your needs, you begin to realize that self-care and self-worth is your RIGHT.
In this 1 hour webinar course you will understand the why, how, and what of self-care.
In this course we explore:
- Why I am worth taking care of
- What is self-care
- Identifying your needs
- Identifying your values
- Common self-care myths
- Identifying self-care varieties
- Resistance and barriers to self-care
- Numbing vs. nurturing
- Prioritizing and protecting self-care
- BRAND NEW 32-page Course Workbook with journal prompts, needs & values list, activities and more!
- Audio track for on-the-go listening
Frequently Asked Questions
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
Many clients come into therapy after taking the classes wanting to go deeper into their own beliefs, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Other clients come into therapy and enjoy course material as homework between sessions. These courses are not an appropriate substitute for therapeutic treatment, a therapeutic relationship, or formal medical or mental health care. Courses are a general educational tool geared toward general populations seeking information on specific topics (mindfulness, body image, etc.) Online courses are for educational purposes only. Think, psychology class combined with self-help suggestions. Therapy is a professional relationship with in-depth individualized goals, interventions, feedback, and support. .
Great question! All you need to do is enter in the recipient's email address and name at point of purchase. They will then receive a confirmation email with the necessary login steps to access their course!
You might want to check out my Perfectionism and Self-Love Course for a deeper dive into self-worth. Click here to find out more
"To say I loved the self-care course by Tiffany Roe would be an understatement.I had so many mind-blowing moments throughout and couldn't take notes fast enough.
I learned tools to keep in my toolkit that help me take care of my own needs. I learned the difference between self-pampering and self-care. I've done a lot of courses, webinars, etc., and felt like this course FINALLY taught me HOW of self-care and I was able to take action in my life."
"Love your self-care course! It really helped me get back in touch with what matters to me! Such a great resource to check back in with often!"
– Self-care student