Resources

#BlackLivesMatter

The racial, economic, and moral injustices Black people, and Indigenous people and People of Color, have experienced in this country are entwined with America’s history

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Mindfulness Activity #74

Mindfulness to Atrocity Sometimes mindfulness involves remaining present to emotions even when they are unpleasant. A great deal of injustice is possible because people turn

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Mindfulness Activity #73

Mindfulness with Art Continued Good Morning. For the last two days, if you have been following along, we have been practicing mindfulness by observing a

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Mindfulness Activity #72

Mindfulness with Modern Art Good Morning. Today we will continue to use art as a focus of mindfulness. The painting you will observe today was

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Mindfulness Activity #71

Mindfulness with Art Mindfulness can be practiced with any or all of your senses. It seems particularly easy to use our sense of vision to

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Mindfulness Activity #70

Mind Body Connection The word, mind, dates back to the late 12th century. It was defined as “that which feels, wills, and thinks.” So the

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COVID-19 Resources for Researchers

The American Psychological Association has compiled COVID-19 resources to ensure that the field of psychology is supported during an extraordinary time. The resources developed by

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Mindfulness Activity #69

Mindfulness for Uncertainty Good Morning. I think that it is fairly universal right now to feel unsure of what’s happening next. For many of us,

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