New workbook: Lynne Henderson (2021) The Shyness Workbook: Take Control of Social Anxiety Using Your Compassionate Mind.
Women’s Cancer Resource Center, Tuesdays, January 8 – February 26, 2019. 2:00 – 4:30 pm. Lynne Henderson, Ph.D. Courses: Mindful Self-Compassion: An empirically-supported, 8-week course in Self-Kindness, Acceptance & Mindfulness.
New group: Group completed. Lynne Henderson, Ph.D. Compassionate Social Fitness for shyness and social anxiety disorder: A Compassion-Focused Compassion-Focused CBT/ACT/CFT Therapy Group forming in Berkeley.
Online Social Fitness Training Study: The online Social Fitness Training study has been completed. An abstract of research results is available. For more information contact Peter Saunders.
Book: , by Dr. Lynne Henderson, published in the UK by Constable & Robinson (now Improving Social Confidence and Reducing Shyness Using Compassion Focused Therapy Little Brown) in 2010, and as in the US by The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Building Social Confidence: using compassion-focused therapy to overcome shyness & social anxiety New Harbinger Publications in 2011.
New podcast: Compassion-focused imagery exercises, by Paul Gilbert, are available on Dennis Tirch’s website.
Training Manuals: Social Fitness Training Manuals, by Lynne Henderson, are now in print.
Book chapter: Shyness, Social Anxiety and Social Phobia, Henderson, L., & Zimbardo, P. (2010). In S. G. Hofmann & P. M. DiBartolo (Eds.), (2nd ed.). Taramani, Chennai,India: Elsevier. Social anxiety: Clinical, developmental, and social perspectives, second edition
Current Shyness work: Dr. Lynne Henderson is now seeing clients individually and in groups in Berkeley, California. Contact: (650) 814-9210. Dr. Henderson is integrating Compassion Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy into Social Fitness Training (TM).
The Shyness Clinic: The Shyness Clinic has become a part of the The Kurt and Barbara Gronowski Clinic at Pacific Graduate School of Psychology located in Los Altos, California. Clients are only seen individually
Resources on Shyness and Social Fitness