Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California’s first surgeon general, speaks about prescribing mindfulness as part of her clinical practice in a recent interview.
The current field of mindfulness in education rests on a foundation of research. This research update offers an overview of the benefits of mindfulness for youth and current highlights in research studies through April 2020.
What is the difference between SEL and Mindfulness? SEL uses an outside-in approach with a focus on building skills; Mindfulness works from the inside-out, building on everyone’s innate capacities for relationship building, such as empathy and kindness ...
Research shows that secure attachments in childhood create the foundation for mental processes such as executive functioning and emotional regulation. Learn how "secondary attachment figures,” or teachers, are essential in student development.
How is mindfulness being implemented in schools? What are the proven benefits? How can this impact my work? Our new Research Quarterly will help you assess the field.
Stress and trauma can affect the brain in ways that make learning difficult. Teachers can use these 8 practices to help students feel safe in the classroom.
Can mindfulness training amplify social-emotional programs? Does an SEL approach compliment existing mindful offerings? Matthew Brensilver, PhD discusses.
Can one be a sincere mindfulness practitioner and take an antidepressant? Does medication prevent healing or can it be an aid to mindfulness?
Does mindfulness increase wisdom? A recent scientific study posits a six-point definition of wisdom. How does mindfulness stack up?
Studies on twin siblings may reveal important findings on the differences between genetic and environmental influences on mindfulness.
How neuroscience may help us understand the mechanism of change behind mindfulness.
Learn about the three kinds of mindfulness research to help understand the findings of scientific studies.