This practicum is designed for educators and allied professionals who are interested in offering mindfulness to children and adolescents — to support them in developing their natural capacities for focused attention, engaged learning, emotional fluency, respectful communication, and compassionate action. Together we will explore, in detail, the research-based Still Quiet Place curriculum.
Priority participation will be given to those with:
Experience working/playing with children.An established daily mindfulness practice.Mindfulness retreat experience.
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