We are thrilled to be teaching mindfulness in and around the New York Area. Here are a few of the places where 2bpresent will be teaching mindfulness this Fall . . .
August 31, 2016 – Lakeland School District Mindfulness Training – Cheryl will be leading a half-day mindfulness training for the Superintendents and Administrators of Lakeland School District This interactive workshop will give educators an introduction to mindfulness, the science behind it and how mindfulness is being used in schools and in classrooms to help children and teachers strengthen intra and inter personal skills, foster better coping mechanisms and offer students life-long tools to promote their health and wellness. We will also discuss disticit-wide initiatives and programming for developing mindful programs district-wide.
September 2, 2016 – Rye Neck High School Mindfulness Teacher Training. Cheryl is pleased to be working with teachers, parents, students and administrators at Rye Neck Schools to develop a ditrict-wide initiative to bring mindfulness to the Rye Neck Schools. We begin this year with a in-depth teacher training before the start of the school year. Cheryl is thrilled to be working with dedicated teachers, staff, parents and students throughout the school year to bring mindfulness programs and initiatives that will help promote healthy habits of the mind, which include lowering stress and anxiety, sharpening focus and attention, and improving overall health and wellbeing.
October 27, 2016 - University of Pennsylvania Law School - Cheryl is excited to be teaching a class at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law with Family Mediation, LLP entitled Mindfulness and Mediation. In all situations, but particularly helpful when working in conflict resolution, we can learn to become more aware of our own inner experiences and learn how to use our inner world to benefit our clients and create a more constructive process. In this interactive class for law students, we will learn and experience tools of self-awareness and self-reflection, which can help us pay attention to our own emotions, thoughts and judgments. Skillfully working with both our internal and external worlds, we can learn to best navigate each situation, be fully present with our clients and help parties determine their best course of action.
Keep Calm & Carry On at Mamaroneck High School. Cheryl is looking forward to continuing her work this year conducting workshops and grade-wide assemblies for high school students in the 2016-2017 school year. As teens are facing greater demands on their time and attention than ever before, they have very little time to take a much-needed "brain break" during their busy week and simply breathe. Cheryl is thrilled to be back at MHS leading classes and workshops to teach mindfulness tools to help teens lower their levels of stress, increase their focus and attention, and improve their overall health and wellbeing so they can thrive.
June 6, 2016 – Family & Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New
York – Cheryl will be the guest speaker at the FDMC Continuing Education Series and presenting a workshop on mindfulness as a powerful tool in both our personal and professional lives to relieve stress, focus attention, and be more compassionate to ourselves and to others. We will also discuss the benefits of mindfulness when working in dispute resolution.
Starting May 11thh - Keep Calm & Carry On! - Mamaroneck High School Lunchtime Mindfulness Series. Teens are facing greater demands on their time and attention than ever before. They have very little time to take a much-needed "brain break" during their busy week and simply breathe. Cheryl is thrilled to be back at MHS leading a free lunchtime workshop for any teen wanting to find a little time in their day to simply breathe and learn mindfulness tools to help them lower their levels of stress, increase their focus and attention, and add a little joy to their day.
May 23, 2016 – Ardsley High School. Cheryl is pleased to be the guest speaker at Ardsley High school where she will present an interactive workshop for parents and students on The Benefits of Mindfulness: How Parents and Teens can Use Mindfulness to Cope with Stress.
April 21, 2016 – Lakeland School District Superintendent’s Conference Day – Cheryl and her colleagues will be conducting mindfulness teacher trainings for 200 teachers from grades K-12. These interactive half-day workshops will give teachers an introduction to mindfulness, personal practice in mindfulness, as well as an overview of the science behind these practices and how mindfulness is being used in schools and in classrooms to help children thrive.
April 4, 2016 – Rye Neck High School. Cheryl is pleased to be the guest speaker at Rye Neck High school where she will present an interactive workshop for parents on The Benefits of Mindfulness: How Parents can Use Mindfulness to Help Their Teens Cope with Stress. Mindfulness: The word is everywhere, but what does it actually mean? What are the benefits of Mindfulness? How can we use Mindfulness to lessen anxiety, lower stress, sharpen our focus and attention and improve our overall health? How can we use Mindfulness as parents to help our children thrive? In this interactive presentation, we will explore the growing body of scientific evidence from the fields of mindfulness, neuroscience and positive psychology that show how mindfulness can help increase our focus and attention, lower our levels of stress and anxiety, and create more opportunities to add happiness to our days. Cheryl will also share practical tools for parents on how to use mindfulness to help our teens relax, navigate the stresses of school and social pressures, as well as cultivate a greater sense of happiness, inner resilience and optimism.
March 2, 2016 – Hillside Elementary School, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Cheryl will be speaking to the teachers and staff about the Benefits of Mindfulness in Education and How to Incorporate Mindfulness into the Elementary School Day.
January – April 2016 – Cheryl will continue this series leading workshops on Meditation for Mediators, in which we explore ways to lower our levels of stress, focus our concentration and be more compassionate to ourselves and to others through mindfulness meditation practices. We learn how mindfulness can be a powerful tool in both our personal and professional lives. This is a continuation of series in which we explore the benefits of mindfulness meditation for mediators and those working with dispute resolution.
January – May 2016 – Murray Avenue School – Cheryl conducts full-day Mindfulness Curriculum Teacher Training workshops once a month to work with teachers on mindfulness curricula and best practices to integrate mindfulness into their school days. Cheryl also presented a workshop for the Teacher Aides on Mindfulness in the Classroom.
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