Compassionate Integrity Training?

Join individuals from over thirty countries who have completed Compassionate Integrity Training, a resilency-informed program that helps cultivate human values as skills, so we can thrive as individuals and a society, within a healthy environment. By learning to calm our body and mind, become more emotionally aware and practice compassion for ourselves and others, we learn compassionate integrity: the ability to live one’s life in accordance with one’s values with a recognition of common humanity, our basic orientation to kindness and reciprocity.

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Who Benefits from CIT?

I am amazed at how CIT resonated with so many areas of my life. It has made me reconsider my professional and personal roles: husband, teacher, parent, colleague, neighbor, etc. with greater compassion for others. We all know the cliche of trying to make the world a better place. CIT is the only program I've encountered that actually has a step-by-step, rational, research-based, concrete process to achieving that loftiest of goals. I feel empowered, re-centered, and courageous to really try to make the world a better place. It has given me new direction. I'm so thankful to have been a part of it, and I look forward to being more involved...

—High School Dean

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Partnerships

Working with the Charter for Compassion and UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Education and Peace, others partners, and a network of over 60 Certified Facilitators, we deliver Compassionate Integrity Training programs all over the world and online...

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Testimonials

With CIT, I learned how to recognize and accept the feelings and emotions that sometimes raged within my body. However, CIT didn't just stop there, the program taught me about other people, and how we all go through life seeking to avoid suffering and striving to create happiness ... even though we all may go about that in different ways. I was able to look at the individuals that were in authority over me while I was incarcerated, and I was able to have empathy for them for the first time....

—Formerly incarcerated woman

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