Monica's Life Coaching
About Monica Gelinas
Monica is the founder of New Season New Vision life coaching, a speaker, author and certified practitioner in positive psychology. Her book, Savor the Day, was published in 2016. She has experience working with people navigating life transitions and moving forward to embrace a flourishing life.
Monica shares her powerful story: the desolating struggle with infertility, the shocking divorce factor and her life as a single mom raising quadruplets. The challenges, the surprises, the drama, the heartache, her miraculous courage and ability to survive and surpass, make for a dynamite message.
Monica is passionate about sharing tools for women to heal, grow and have hope. Her whole health workshops are informative, practical and provide an experience for women to thrive together.
Mindful Self Compassion Class
Mindful Self-compassion (MSC) is a research-based training program designed to help participants cultivate the life-changing skill of self-compassion.
Based on the groundbreaking research of Dr. Kristin Neff and the clinical expertise of Dr. Chris Germer, MSC offers skills and practices to help you respond to life’s difficulties with greater awareness, care, and understanding.
If you are a human being who has ever experienced stress, pain, loss, or sorrow or who wants to experience more joy, connection, peace, and inspiration, this course is for you.
Self-compassion is a profound and life-changing way to respond to hardships that not only reduces discomfort but also enriches life satisfaction and wellbeing.
In fact, an expansive body of research provides strong evidence that self-compassion consistently:
decreases depression and stress
increases happiness, optimism, motivation, and resilience
We will meet at:
Soma Vida: 2324 E Cesar Chavez St
Austin, TX. 78702
September 17th-November 5th
8 weeks: 2.5 hours
Even more, self-compassion is related to enhanced interpersonal relationships, positive body image, and increased health behaviors.In hundreds of studies, researchers find self-compassion to be a source of mental and emotional strength that gives people the skills to meet life with greater courage, wisdom, and wholehearted integrity.