Getting Started with Mindfulness in the Early Childhood Workplace Part II- Promising Applications of Mindfulness in Early Childhood Settings
Presented Abel Covarrubias Aprendamos Intervention Team and ZERO TO THREE Board Member; Debbie Reno-Smith, Victor Community Support Services; and Holly Hatton-Bowers, University of Nebraska -Lincoln
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Mindfulness can help your early childhood organization support the well-being and resilience of staff and promote the delivery of quality service for children and families. The second of our three-part webinar series explored different strategies for applying mindfulness across early childhood disciplines. Presenters shared how they have brought mindfulness into their work in organizations and lessons learned from this work. ZERO TO THREE’s new resource, Getting Started with Mindfulness; A Toolkit for Early Childhood Organizations, was featured along with emerging research from specific approaches.
Presenters explored how mindfulness is being used to support early childhood professionals in their work and learn about emerging research on mindfulness interventions with the early childhood workforce.
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