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Forgiveness: Letting Go of Resentment Towards Others, Self, and Circumstances
After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to describe how resentment negatively affects us mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. They will be able to identify eight distorted beliefs about letting go of resentment and restructure them into healthier thoughts that help them let go. Attendees will be able to teach at least four letting go of resentment techniques to others. They will also be able to define self-compassion and teach others why self-compassion is important in reducing shame and forgiving self. They will also be able to explain techniques to help others become more self-compassionate. Attendees will be able to teach others about state anger and the sympathetic nervous system. They will be able to describe at least ten techniques to decrease state anger. Attendees will be able to explain why forgiveness is important to the healing of both a victim and the perpetrator.

Sep 2, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kristin Cuthriell, MEd, MSW, LCSW
Kristin Barton Cuthriell, MEd, MSW, LCSW has been practicing clinical social work for 13 years. She has worked in an inpatient psychiatric hospital on both an emotional recovery and detoxification unit and worked in an intensive outpatient addiction day treatment program. Kristin has also worked as a psychotherapist for a community mental health center and for a nonprofit organization and been in private practice for 9 years. After earning two master's degrees, Kristin has spent years researching evidenced based practices to help individuals struggling with depression and addictive disorders and published her book, The Snowball Effect: How to Build Positive Momentum in Your Life. Since publishing the book that was purchased by Yale University for student therapists to read, Kristin has educated her patients, other mental health professionals, and the public about her approach which integrates positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, and neuroscience.