Mindfulness Education: Two Free March Events!

rainbow hands jpgMindfulness Education in K-12 Schools – a Panel Discussion for Parents will be held in Seattle at Frantz Coe Elementary, Tuesday, March 18, 6:30 – 8:00.  Come see how Mindfulness-based education is being done in and around Seattle!
How to Create Resilient Students and Adults – Webinar takes place Tuesday, March 11th, 4:00 – 5:00 PDT.   Dr. Clay Cook, Assistant Professor at the University of Washington, presents research on  resiliency.
Pre-registration is required for both events; please see below for information.

Mindfulness Education in K-12 Schools – a Panel Discussion for Parents

Tuesday, March 18, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Frantz Coe Elementary Auditorium, 2424 7th Ave. W., Seattle, WA 98119

Brody LaRock, Assistant Principal, John Hay Elementary

Panel Members
Renee Metty, Stacy Lawson, Ann Hollar, Lynne Brazg, Janine Bloomfield, Richard Berger

Mindfulness-based interventions have demonstrated benefits in clinical settings and in neurological studies.  Given these demonstrated benefits, Mindfulness-based education has been introduced in K-12 public and private schools.  Come hear about Mindfulness-based education in action!
Discussion topics:

  • What is Mindfulness?
  • What Mindfulness is not
  • Current research
  • Neuroscience
  • Clinical Interventions
  • K-12 Education
  • What Mindfulness looks like in the classroom: select documentary clips
  • Experiences of select Seattle pioneers integrating Mindfulness in local schools

FREE. Please RSVP before Friday, March 14, by phone or e-mail. Space is limited, so register soon.
Main Office: 206-252-2100  E-mail:
Childcare will be provided at Coe Elementary (ages 4+), but space is limited.  Call now to reserve a space for your child: 206-252-2100.

weed jpgWebinar: How to Create Resilient Students – And Adults

Tuesday, March 11, from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.  PDT

Dr. Clay Cook is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington.  He has published numerous articles on promoting well- being of young people, with recent research focusing on the importance of cultivating resilience among educators.  Beyond the university, he serves as an educational consultant on models of school-based mental health.

Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: