RIPRC’s Mindfulness and Adolescents Training

The RIPRC, November 2021

This is a recording of the RIPRC’s Mindfulness and Adolescents Training, which was presented by Shannon Spurlock on November 30th, 2021. During this training, Shannon Spurlock engages participants in a discussion regarding the benefits of mindfulness practice for youth academic achievement and social and emotional health. Viewers will have the opportunity to increase their awareness of the history and science behind mindfulness teaching/leading and practicing in order to enhance their understanding of why people engage in mindfulness practice. Viewers will also learn more about the role of mindful listening, attending, directing and discipline in youth academic achievement and social and emotional health. Lastly, viewers will develop a deeper understanding of how mindfulness practice can help youth, with attention, focus, impulse control, anxiety/stress reduction, and other social and emotional obstacles to youth/student success.

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