Mindfulness Transforms Lives

 

Video: Teens on how our mindfulness class changes lives.

Peace in Schools mindfulness programs help young people develop compassion, calm, emotional resilience, and self-awareness. At a time when school violence is widespread and many teens struggle with feelings of isolation, depression and anxiety, we offer a positive alternative. Our programs use mindfulness to alleviate personal and social strife in real-world settings. The self-supportive practices we teach are tools for life. 
We believe mindfulness leads to safer schools and a more peaceful world.

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Peace in Schools' Executive Director Caverly Morgan on the cover of Mindful magazine August 2016 issue.  

Peace in Schools' Executive Director Caverly Morgan on the cover of Mindful magazine August 2016 issue.

 

 
 
Peace in Schools’ Mindful Studies class needs to be in every high school.
— Principal Brian Chatard, Wilson High School
 
This semester my great grandma died, a friend committed suicide, my parents got divorced, and my mom got breast cancer. This class gave me skills to be able to move through this.
— 16-year old student, Mindful Studies class

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