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Peace of Mind is a teacher-created, evidence-based program that supports mindfulness-based social and emotional learning in elementary school.  The Peace of Mind Program helps children develop life skills to notice and manage challenging emotions, build healthy relationships and solve conflicts peacefully.  It moves schools toward kindness and inclusion.

Welcome to the Peace of Mind Community! We’re glad you’re here.

 I started using the curriculum and it’s wonderful!  The lessons are easy to follow and very well thought out.  The curriculum fits well with the Mindful Schools training that I did a few years ago.  I’m very pleased with my purchase.  – Kree Barus, Teacher, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The Peace of Mind Program:

  • Integrates mindfulness practice and brain science as the foundation for weekly lessons on social and emotional learning and conflict resolution.
  • Includes  Curricula for Early Childhood, Grades 1 and 2, and Grades 3-5. The guides are easy to use with teacher guidance throughout, including optional scripts.
  • Includes resources:  Classroom Materials, Teacher Training, and the Henry and Friends Storybook Series.
  • Is developed by teachers for teachers, reflecting over 16,000 hours of in-classroom development experience.  Curriculum authors continue to teach Peace of Mind to over 900 children every week.
  • Is secular in its format and language, used in public, public charter and independent schools.
  • Trusts educators.  Peace of Mind is designed to be taught as a weekly, year-round class by classroom teachers, specials teachers or counselors and is considered a Tier I intervention.
  • Is supported by current research, program evaluations, and deep field-testing.
  • Meets ASCA standards and supports  CASEL’s 5 Core SEL Competencies.

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Peace of Mind Inc is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

“You have done such an outstanding job and this is such a comprehensive curriculum.  I am implementing your program …and strongly encouraging my colleagues in our district to do so also.”       – Cathy Stainbrook, M.A.E.  Professional School Counselor, IowA