In this week's (1.28.2021) "Art and Soul," Lisa Barry of WEMU talks with one of our co-founders, Dr. Rita Benn, about how teaching mindfulness and bringing a whole school program predicated on connecting mind, body and heart to supporting to students and teachers is more important than ever. She shares information on the upcoming presentation in which Broward County and the Center for Mind-body Medicine personnel will discuss bringing mindfulness informed programming to work with teachers and students district wide after the Douglas Stone school shooting. You can listen the interview here.
Join us to participate in a small, supportive 8-week, trauma-informed mindfulness-based group where you will uncover ways to tap into your innate strengths and develop competence to navigate the stress of everyday life. With the approach of spring, we offer this program to promote healing and renewal from the losses and challenges of this past year’s pandemic. The intimate nature of the small group context provides opportunity to enhance self-awareness and discover the power of connection and community.