2015 Mindfulness Research Conference

Interact with the leading researchers on mindfulness to promote child well-being and hear about their cutting-edge research and programs.
 

Keynote

 
Adele Diamond, University of British Columbia
 
Research Insights into Promoting the Well-Being of Children and their Families
 
 
 

Closing Address

 

Robert Roeser, Portland State University

Reflections on the Research on Mindfulness and Compassion

 
 
 

Invited Panels

 

Mindfulness in Communities Experiencing Trauma

 

Rony Berger, Ben Gurion University, Tel Aviv University

Enhancing Resiliency and Cultivating Compassion in Youth

 

 

Molly Cevasco, University of Washington

Promoting Mindfulness for Diverse Populations

 
 

Bonnie Duran, University of Washington

Mindfulness in Indian Country— Working with the Legacy of Colonization 

 

 

Cultivating Mindfulness in Youth

 

Jacinda Dariotis, University of Cincinnati, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Student and Teacher Qualitative Perspectives on a SchoolBased Mindful Yoga Program: Skills Recall and Use

 

Amy Eva, Seattle University

Learning to Breathe: A mindfulness-based curriculum to support at-risk youth

 

 

Kevin King, University of Washington

The Effects of Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention in a Juvenille Justice Setting

 

 

Mindfulness in Parenting

 

Barbara Burns, Santa Clara University

Promoting Resilience in Young Children Through Parenting: A Pilot Study

 

 

Larissa Duncan, University of California, San Francisco

The Role of Self-Compassion in Mindful Parenting: A Pilot RCT of the Listening Mothers Program

 

 

Jessica Sommerville, University of Washington

The Impact of Parental Mindfulness Training on Infant Prosociality

 

 

Practice Workshop

 

Sharon Stanley, Somatic Transformation

Healing Trauma through Relationship: Mindfulness of Neural and Emotional Cues
 
 
 
 

Poster session for networking and sharing cutting edge research and practice

 

This meeting will bring together researchers and practitioners whose work promotes the well-being of children and families through mindfulness.  The latest research findings and their applications will be presented, with rich opportunities for networking and discussion. The focus is on advancing the science of mindfulness to enhance children’s, parents', caregivers', educators' and practitioners' empathy, compassion, and self-regulation, and supporting caregivers’ stress-management, responsiveness, and consistency in their interactions with children, enhancing children’s well-being.

 
Questions? Please contact mindful@uw.edu or 206-221-8508