Embody mindfulness. Teach hearts and minds. Transform education.

 

Learn the science and practice of mindfulness from Peace in Schools, the nonprofit that launched the first for-credit mindfulness class in a U.S. public high school.

 
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Mindfulness for educators: an introductory weekend

March 4-5 2017 

CEU credit available 

Do you feel busy and overwhelmed? Many educators are incredibly stressed out. Mindfulness is an evidence-based way to improve your physical, emotional and mental health. In this introductory two-day course, you'll explore the fundamentals of mindfulness. You'll learn essential skills to reduce stress and improve your health and well-being. Designed for educators, this course will revive your life and your work with youth. 


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mindful teaching: An experiential 8-week course for educators

March 30-May 18 2017

CEU CREDIT AVAILABLE

You're passionate about educating young people. You want to make a difference. This eight-week mindfulness course is more comprehensive than our two-day Mindfulness for Educators class. You'll gain practical tools for use in the classroom, as well as skills to benefit your work, your relationships, and your well-being. This course is useful for teachers, school counselors, parents, clinicians, and anyone who regularly works with youth.    


Mindful Educator retreat

July 6-9 2017

CEU CREDIT AVAILABLE (pending)

Deepen your mindfulness practice, learn mindful teaching skills, and connect with a passionate community of educators on this immersive, four-day retreat.


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Mindfulness and the Brain online course

CEU CREDIT AVAILABLE

In this in-depth online course you’ll learn the science and practice of mindfulness, as well as the basics of Interpersonal Neurobiology. You'll be introduced to foundational mindfulness practices and experience directly how they can transform your life. This course is beneficial for anyone who works with children and teens, including educators, parents, counselors, mental health professionals and health care workers.