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Heartfulness & Highsensitivity


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presentation about highsensitivity and how to deal with it, thanks to heartfulness techniques.

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Heartfulness & Highsensitivity

  1. 1. Heartfulness & Highsensitivity (ITZI Conference)
  2. 2.  What is Selfcompassion? Breathing space with compassion
  3. 3. a personality trait 20% of the population 1997 Aron & Aron ‘Sensory- processing sensitivity’ (SPS)  depth of processing  overstimulation  emotional intensity  sensory sensitivity What is Highsensitivity?
  4. 4.  Running around like a headless chicken Overstimulation stress brain
  5. 5. Differential susceptibility (vantage sensitivity) Biological sensitivity Rejection sensitivity Theories that can bring clarity
  6. 6.  Overstimulation  Sensitivity  Reactivity Van Hoof (2016)
  7. 7.  deal with negative anticipation  depth of processing in a battle against themselves  selfcompassion can buffer  with selfregulation Interventions that can help
  8. 8.  Safe harbour (Dr. David Dewulf)  Kangooroo (Prof. dr. Elke Van Hoof) Meditation
  9. 9.  Bohlmeijer, E. & Hulsbergen, M. (2015). Compassie als sleutel tot geluk – Voorbij stress en zelfkritiek. Amsterdam: Boom.  Brink, E. van den & Koster, F. (2016). Compassievol leven – een mindfulness-based verdiepingsprogramma. Amsterdam: Boom.  Dewulf, D. (2016). De weg van zelfcompassie – van kwetsbaarheid naar veerkracht. Tielt: Lannoo.  Dewulf, D. (2017). Zelfcompassie en het ontwaakte hart. Trainershandleiding. Tielt: Lannoo.  Neff, K.D. (2003a). Self-compassion: An alternative conceptualization of a healthy attitude toward oneself. Self and Identity, 2, 85-102.  Neff, K.D. (2011). Zelfcompassie – Stop jezelf te veroordelen. Amsterdam: De Bezige Bij.  Schuling, R., Huijbers, M.J., van Ravesteijn, H., Donders, R., Kuyken, W. & Speckens, A.E.M. (2016). A parallel-group, randomized controlled trial into the effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living (MBCL) compared to treatment-as-usual in recurrent depression: Trial design and protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials.  Van Hoof, E. (2016) Hoogsensitief. Wat je moet weten. Tielt: Lannoo.  Warren, R., Smeets, E., & Neff, K. D. (2016). Self-criticism and self-compassion: Risk and resilience for psychopathology. Current Psychiatry, 15(12), 18-32. Sources#1: Books & journals
  10. 10.       Bronnen #2: Websites