March 4 - 6, 2016: Sharon Salzberg, Ali Smith, Atman Smith, and Andres Gonzalez: People Who Care for People
March 17, 2016: Riyaaz Qawwali Concert with Pir Zia Inayat-Khan
April 8 - 10, 2016: The Wisdom of Aging with Grace: A Multifaith Exploration with Norman Fischer, Rabbi Rachel Cowan, and Father Thomas Ryan
The Caregiver's Voice, January 28, 2016: Self-Care for Caregivers by Sharon Salzberg
Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, January 27, 2016: Death as a Spiritual Experience: An Interview with Dr. Mitchell Levy by Sam Mowe
Metrosource, January, 2016: Shhh: 6 Silent Meditation Retreats by Jeffrey James Keyes
Wanderlust, January 11, 2016: Helping So Much It Hurts by Grace Edquist
The Journal News, December 30, 2015: Meditation: Practicing mindfulness by Mary Lynn Mitcham Strom
The Chronicle of Philanthropy, December 11, 2015: New Leaders at the Urban Institute’s Center on NonProfits and Philanthropy and the Poetry Foundation by Anais Strickland
Spirituality & Health, November / December 2015: Emotional Hygiene: An Interview with Dan Goleman by Sam Mowe
Natural Awakenings, December 2015: Sharon Salzberg on Mindfulness: Simple Ways to Be in the Present Moment by April Thompson
CARE for Teachers is a unique professional development program that helps teachers handle the stresses and rediscover the joys of teaching. It introduces contemplative techniques to educators to enhance their well-being and help them create school environments that support children emotionally, socially and academically.
The CBR Project fosters resilience among humanitarian aid professionals by giving them the tools they need to remain strong and thrive in their life and work.
CBR training is an experiential skill-builiding program that teaches the "ABCs" of building resilience: awareness, balance and connection.