Trisha Bhullar | Timeqube: Everything You Need To Know About Mindful Leadership

Being a leader is tough, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Practicing mindful leadership is the perfect way to become a better, calmer leader. Here’s how to start. WHAT’S A MINDFUL LEADER? A mindful leader is present, non-judgemental and tackles problems with clarity. He/She encourages focus, creativity, and compassion while in the service…

Christopher Willard | Interview | Insight Journal | BCBS: Teaching Mindfulness to Children

Photo: Internet   Christopher Willard, PsyD. taught “Child’s Mind: Professional Training for Mindfulness With Young People” at BCBS April 20-22, 2012. He is a psychologist and learning specialist at Tufts University and in private practice in the Boston area. He is the author of Child’s Mind, Mindfulness Practices to Help Our Children Be More Focused, Calm and…

Stanford/CTA’s ILC Professional Development Workshop – MINDFULNESS FOR EDUCATORS: This is Your Mind: An Owner’s Manual

MINDFULNESS FOR EDUCATORS This is Your Mind: An Owner’s Manual Best-in-class Applied Neuroscience and Mindfulness Neuro-restorative Training Instructors: Dr. Phe Bach, AnneMarie Rossi, Jason Dilg of Be Mindful and Chris Regier. Each THURSDAY from 4-5PM PST from 4/22 to 5/20 (4/22; 4/27; 5/06; 5/13 and 5/20) In five weeks, you’ll get an owner’s guide to your…

Ngoc Le | CJBS: The Mindful Teen: Secular And Buddhist Mindfulness For Adolescents – A Talk By Dr. Dzung X. Vo (Ubc, March 22, 2016)

On the night of March 22, scholars, Vancouver’s Buddhist community members and interested public attended Dr. Dzung X. Vo’s talk on mindful clinical therapy for adolescents and controversies surrounding secular mindfulness. Dr. Vo, MD, FAAP, is a pediatrician specializing in adolescent medicine at British Columbia Children’s Hospital, and clinical assistant professor at the University of British…

Buddhistdoor: “We Have All Made Mistakes” – Teaching Mindfulness in Prisons: A Different Kind of Rehabilitation

Born in Hong Kong and based in Chilliwack, British Columbia, since 1994, Venerable Yin Kit Sik (also known as Sister Jessie) ordained as a Buddhist nun in Hong Kong in 1992 following a successful career as a podiatrist. Having begun teaching meditation in 2003, she started going in to prisons and now teaches mindfulness meditation to…