Cultivating Mindfulness: Supporting the Well-Being of Educators and Care Providers
August 19, 2020 | 12 - 2 PM
This is a virtual session. After you register, you will receive an email a few days before the event with information how to access the training.
We’re excited to have Ann Brand present during our first session of the Director’s Cohort on mindfulness! We wanted to open this opportunity up for anyone to attend who may be interested in learning more about this topic.
The objectives of this introductory session include:
- Define mindfulness and its benefits for educators.
- Learn and practice mindfulness tools to support well-being.
- Explore the possibilities for integrating formal and informal mindfulness practice into daily life.
Ann Brand is a certified mindfulness teacher through The Mindfulness Training Institute (MTI) and the International Mindfulness Teachers Association (IMTA). She is also an Associate Lecturer in the College of Education, Hospitality, Health, and Human Sciences at The University of Wisconsin-Stout and Program Specialist for Mindfulness Training for Arts Integration Menomonie (AIM). Ann holds a doctorate in psychology from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill with an emphasis on child development and families.
Learn more about Ann here: www.annbrandmindfulness.com