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Latest Scientific Research and Educational Methods About Beneficial Mindfulness Practices for Youth

The recordings from the 2nd Annual Bridging Hearts and Minds of Youth conference features a rare collaborative 3-hour presentation on mindful parenting skills by mindfulness experts Jon and Myla Kabat-Zinn

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PRLog (Press Release) - Mar. 6, 2013 - Northampton, MA – The University of California San Diego’s School of Medicine and Center for Mindfulness developed and hosted the Bridging Hearts and Minds of Youth conference to help develop best practices within the growing movement of studying and teaching mindfulness practice to youth in educational, clinical, and community settings.

The audio and video recordings from the 2nd annual conference, held in San Diego in February 2013, are an opportunity for psychologists, counselors, educators and parents to learn from the people doing the work of teaching mindfulness to our youth, to develop skills and competencies to do this work in their particular setting, and to learn what science has to say about this important work.

Publisher More Than Sound recorded nearly 30 hours of presentations and workshops with thought leaders from diverse disciplines (clinicians, educators and researchers) including:

Jon and Myla Kabat-Zinn
Co-authors of the book Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting
Co-presenters of a special 3-hour workshop entitled: Mindful Parenting: Nurturing our Children, Growing Ourselves

Tish Jennings
Director, Initiative on Contemplation & Education, Garrison Institute
Mindful Awareness and Education in the 21st Century

Margaret Cullen
Creator, Stress Management and Relaxation Training (SMART)
Mindfulness-based Interventions

Linda Lantieri
Director, The Inner Resilience Program, Tides Center
Cultivating the Inner Lives of Students and Teachers

Ali Smith, Atman Smith and Andres Gonzales
Founders, The Holistic Life Foundation, Inc.
Mindfulness and Urban At-Risk Youth

“The 2nd Annual Bridging the Hearts and Minds of Youth conference was a remarkable gathering of researchers, teachers, clinicians and program developers,” said Steven D. Hickman, PsyD, Director, UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness. “This is a special community of professionals united around a common goal of helping our young people reach their potential and be happy, healthy, well-adjusted human beings who practice compassion, patience, equanimity and presence. The recordings are a perfect way to broaden our community and educate others interested in introducing mindfulness techniques to our future generation.”

The audio or streaming conference videos of individual talks, or the full conference, will be available at the end of March 2013 on morethansound.net.

The next Bridging Hearts and Minds of Youth conference is slated for February 7-9, 2014 at the Paradise Point Resort in San Diego.

Contact Mike Sjostedt at 413-587-0818 or mike@morethansound.net for a press pass to access the audio and video recordings, or to schedule an interview with a presenter. Visit morethansound.net to learn more about More Than Sound. Visit http://cme.ucsd.edu/bridging/ to learn more about the Bridging Hearts and Minds of Youth conference.

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