Unlock the Power of Self-Compassion with Fiona Brennan

Fiona Brennan - Learn the Art of Self-Compassin

Your Path to Mental and Emotional Wellbeing

Starts Monday 13th November @ 7.30-8.30 pm (GMT)

Four- Week, Live, Online Sessions with Acclaimed Therapist, Fiona Brennan.

When: Monday, November 13th, 20th, 27th & Dec 4th at 7.30pm- 8.30pm (GMT)

Where: Online – via Zoom – Link will be emailed each week & session recorded if you cannot attend the live. This is a webinar and you won’t be seen on screen. You can choose to interact via the chat function if you like and can remain anonymous.

Cost: €79.00 

Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey towards greater mental and emotional well-being? 

Join Fiona Brennan. Acclaimed Clinical Hypnotherapist,  Mindfulness Coach and Best-Selling author for life-changing online self-compassion training.

In this course, Fiona will guide you through the healing world of self-compassion, drawing on the wisdom of international leading experts like Kristin Neff and Paul Gilbert.


The Positive Habit is dedicated to helping as many people regardless of their level of income.

*Please note if you are struggling financially – we provide bursaries, please email us directly explaining your financial position. 

Why Self-Compassion Matters

Self-compassion is not merely a buzzword; it’s the cornerstone of true personal growth and happiness. Research by luminaries in the field, such as Kristin Neff and Paul Gilbert, has demonstrated that self-compassion is a vital ingredient for emotional resilience and overall well-being.

Kristin Neff, a pioneer in self-compassion research, defines it as “being open to and moved by one’s own suffering, experiencing feelings of caring and kindness toward oneself, taking an understanding, non-judgmental attitude toward one’s inadequacies and failures.” 

Embracing self-compassion means treating ourselves with the same warmth, care, and understanding that we naturally offer to our loved ones.

Paul Gilbert’s work complements this perspective by emphasizing the importance of self-compassion in alleviating emotional suffering. He highlights that self-compassion can help us break free from the cycle of self-criticism and self-doubt, fostering emotional resilience and mental well-being.

Fiona Brennan’s Unique Insights

Fiona Brennan, with her extensive clinical experience, will bring these principles to life in a way that is practical and relatable. Through her years of working with individuals seeking personal growth and transformation, Fiona has gained unique insights into the power of self-compassion to reshape lives.

In this course, Fiona will share her clinical experiences and practical tools, offering you the guidance you need to integrate self-compassion into your daily life. Her approach is deeply rooted in scientific evidence, making the benefits of self-compassion accessible and achievable for everyone.

What You’ll Learn

  • The science behind self-compassion and its impact on your mental and emotional well-being
  • Guided exercises and self-compassion mindfulness practices
  • How to overcome self-criticism and develop a kinder, more nurturing relationship with yourself
  • How to harness the power of self-compassion to manage stress, anxiety, and difficult emotions
  • Emotional resilience to boost your overall sense of well-being
  • Robust self-confidence*


Join Fiona Brennan on this life-affirming journey towards greater self-compassion and personal growth. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your life from within. 

Enrol for The Positive Habit Self-Compassion Training Course today and embark on a path toward lasting mental and emotional well-being.

Invest in Yourself, Embrace Self-Compassion, and Transform Your Life!

*The Role of Self-Compassion in Confidence Building

  1. Embracing Imperfection: Self-compassion encourages you to embrace your imperfections and acknowledge that making mistakes is an inherent part of being human. When you treat yourself with kindness and understanding, you’re less afraid of failure. This fearlessness is a cornerstone of confidence. Instead of being paralyzed by self-doubt, self-compassion enables you to take risks and learn from your experiences, which, in turn, bolsters your self-assurance.
  2. Freedom from Comparison: Self-esteem is often rooted in comparison with others and external validation. In contrast, self-compassion is self-reliant. It doesn’t require you to be better than anyone else; it simply asks that you treat yourself with the same compassion you’d offer a friend. This shift from external validation to internal validation liberates you from the constant need for approval, allowing your confidence to grow independently.
  3. Resilience in the Face of Setbacks: Self-compassion equips you with the emotional resilience to bounce back from setbacks. Instead of internalizing failure as a reflection of your worth, you view it as a temporary event. This resilience is a key confidence booster because it helps you maintain a positive self-image even when faced with challenges.
  4. Authenticity and Self-Acceptance: Self-esteem can sometimes lead to the pursuit of an idealized self-image, which may not align with your authentic self. Self-compassion, on the other hand, encourages self-acceptance. When you accept yourself as you are, flaws and all, you project authenticity. Authenticity is magnetic and fosters genuine confidence because you’re comfortable in your own skin.
  5. Reduced Fear of Judgment: Self-esteem often hinges on the fear of judgment from others, making you overly sensitive to criticism. Self-compassion lessens this fear because it fosters a non-judgmental attitude towards yourself. When you’re less concerned about self-criticism, you become less defensive and more open to growth and learning, which is a hallmark of true confidence.

Why Self-Compassion Trumps Self-Esteem

Self-esteem, while important, can be fragile because it relies on external validation and comparison. When circumstances or feedback don’t align with your self-esteem, it can easily crumble, leading to insecurity and self-doubt.

Self-compassion, on the other hand, is more stable and unconditional. It doesn’t require you to be “better” than others or to constantly achieve. It offers a deep well of self-acceptance and kindness that remains intact, even in the face of failure or criticism. This makes self-compassion a more reliable and enduring source of confidence.

In essence, cultivating self-compassion is not about inflating your ego; it’s about nurturing your inner strength and resilience. It provides a solid foundation for confidence that is less susceptible to external fluctuations, enabling you to embrace your true self and face life’s challenges with unwavering assurance.