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A Mindful Approach to Procrastination

Written December 10, 2014 by Holly Rogers

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Holly has been a staff psychiatrist at Duke University’s student counseling center since 1996, and she is a Clinical Associate in the Department of Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center. 1,061 more words

Mindfulness And Youth

Mindful Leadership: Is There a Place for Love at Work?

By Christy Cassisa, Esq.
Director of WorkLife Integration
UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness

Christy Cassisa is a former attorney, who is the Director of WorkLife Integration for the… 967 more words

Teaching Mindfulness

Working with the fabric of the heart...

The process of teaching adults to share meditation and mindfulness with children, as I’ve spent this weekend doing, feels like working with the fabric of our hearts and I’m SO grateful to be doing this work. 340 more words

Children And Mindfulness

Discover Koru Mindfulness: Mindfulness Sparking Joy, Mindfully

Written February 5, 2015 by Holly Rogers

Holly has been a staff psychiatrist at Duke University’s student counseling center since 1996, and she is a Clinical Associate in the Department of Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center. 961 more words

Mindfulness And Youth

I continue to be grateful to be part of the mindfulness team at SMASH, Santa Monica Alternative Schoolhouse here in Santa Monica. I have the pleasure to introduce mindfulness to 50 students each week.  40 more words

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Teaching Mindfulness to Little Ones

8 Ways to Teach Mindfulness to Kids by Sarah Rudell Beach has some great advice on teaching mindfulness to kids.

I often wonder how to translate these ideas to my little ones. 75 more words

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Why go on retreat?

by Beth Mulligan

Beth Mulligan is a co-founder of Mindful-Way Stress Reduction Programs, which offers MBSR and other mindfulness based interventions and retreats through out Southern California, nationally and internationally. 651 more words

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