Shame Resilience Skills

6 Everyday Practices You Can Use to Complement Healing

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My vision for all of us is that we practice a kinder way of relating to ourselves. One where…

  • We reach out and connect to others in the moments we feel like hiding
  • We see the adaptivity in all parts of ourselves, even the tough ones
  • We seek to understand ourselves through curiosity and openness
  • We isten to our limits and see our needs as worthwhile
  • We learn from our mistakes and forgive ourselves

The problem is, we live in a culture that can be very shaming, in so many painful areas - from our productivity to our parenting, to our relationship with our bodies.

Shame is an intense, wholebody experience that we all need to find ways to cope with. When left unaddressed, shame causes us to hide away, lash out, withdraw from others, or berate ourselves. It affects our relationships with others as well as our relationship with ourselves.

Because of its pervasive and all-encompassing nature, shame needs to be treated differently than other uncomfortable emotions. That’s where shame resilience comes in.

Shame resilience starts with being able to identify shame and take a step back from it when it arises.

The purpose of this course is to provide you with 6 concrete tools you can use to help support that resilience.

As a beginning, here’s my gentle reminder:

You are not broken. You are not a mistake.

We experience shame because we’ve been shamed.

And, you can start to feel whole again.

What's this course all about?

Everything you need to know

Your Instructor

Nicole Perry
Nicole Perry

Nicole Perry is a Registered Psychologist whose approach is collaborative and feminist at its heart. She specializes shame resilience, setting boundaries, and healing trauma. Nicole understands that many of us are coping with overwhelming feelings of guilt and shame that keep us from believing we deserve good things, and works to guide her clients toward a more compassionate way forward. Nicole approaches her healing work with warmth and curiosity, and offers a safe container for working with difficult experiences.

Nicole provides counselling to individuals and groups in addition to her online courses, focused mainly in the LGBTQ* community in Edmonton.

Course Curriculum

  Introduction & Welcome
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  Skill 2: Recognizing Shame
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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for an entire year - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
I absolutely don't want you to spend money on something you don't want. So, please make sure you're clear on what's involved in the course and ask me any questions if you have them! Oh, and keep in mind the $185 is in Canadian Dollars. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact me in the first 3 days and I will give you a full refund.
Is this therapy?
This course is a non-interactive educational experience, which means it's not the same as therapy. It's not a substitute for therapy. If you find that the material brings up strong feelings of shame or is connected with unprocessed trauma, I strongly encourage you to follow up with a therapist in your area. You may be able to find one through or (US only). At this time, I'm currently unavailable for new clients.

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