Taking place each year in Metro Vancouver, Canada, the Heart-Mind Conference presents thought-leaders, scientists, educational professionals, and experts in early learning and child development. Through engaging talks, activities and workshops, the conference shares practical strategies and translates knowledge about Heart-Mind well-being for educators, parents, health and social workers, sports and recreation leaders, and policy makers – all those who teach and care for children and youth.
The Simms/Mann Institute Think Tank is unique in its transdisciplinary focus; emphasis on the importance of whole child development; and surprise-and-delight moments that make the day a one-of-a-kind experience.
Join Susan in Pasadena, California, or via live webinar, for this two-day experiential training in activity-based mindfulness for youth. Working in a classroom or a clinic can be overwhelming and exhausting. As the level of children’s distress and needs increase so do competing demands from parents and administrators. This vicious cycle wears down teachers and clinicians while fueling stress, frustration, conflict, and disappointment for children and caregivers alike. Join mindfulness expert, Susan Kaiser Greenland and learn how activity-based mindfulness beats this depleting cycle.