Mindful Educator Retreat Syllabus
Mindfulness as an individual and relational practice
Co-Creating a Trauma-Informed Space
Conscious, Compassionate Communication
Humanistic Psychology: Unconditional Positive Regard
Core Conditions to Establish Trust
Exploring Implicit Bias
Introduction to Trauma
Trauma and the brain
Trauma Informed Practices
Effective Practices for the Classroom
Contemplative Practice: Embodying Presence
Improving Outcomes for children and family
Attachment, Regulation, and Competency
The Vagus Nerve and the Nervous System
Returning to Presence
Connection and Celebration
Registered participants can earn 30 CEUs and 30 clock hours toward professional development units upon completion of the training. Certificate of completion provided by Lewis and Clark College.
This course offers two semester hours for those interested in pursuing graduate credit. To receive credit, students will need to complete the following at the end of the training:
Participation in two 1-hour follow up virtual sessions on integrating practice.
Committing to a daily practice for two weeks following the retreat.
Completion of required reading assignment
Submitting a 1-2 page paper reflecting on your practice, exploring personal and professional conditioning on both the individual and collective level as well as any insights after reading the required text.
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