Registration for The Peace of Mind Conference 2022 is open!
Are you teaching the Peace of Mind Curriculum? Interested in learning more about this integrated program of mindfulness, SEL, conflict resolution and social justice? Join us virtually for Peace of Mind’s Annual Conference. Saturday January 29th, 2022. 10:30 am to 2:30 pm EST. Certificate of Completion available (4 hours).
So glad you’re here.
The Peace of Mind Program integrates mindfulness-based social and emotional learning, conflict resolution and social justice into a weekly program for PreK through Middle School. Peace of Mind is evidence-based, teacher-created, taught by educators and school mental health professionals in our home of Washington D.C. and nationwide.
How can Peace of Mind support you and your students? We’d love to help you find out.
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“I absolutely love this curriculum. This is one of the first SEL curriculums I have used that fit into my day, was purposeful, and I actually saw transfer with.”
–Classroom Teacher using the Peace of Mind Curriculum, Spring 2021
Curriculum, Videos and Storybooks
Resources for Educators
Peace of Mind Community
The Peace of Mind Program is rooted in Washington D.C. and now taught across the country in public, public charter, and independent schools and in after-school settings. Classroom Teachers, Counselors and Social Workers are using Peace of Mind to support their students in over 30 U.S. states and 11 other countries. We gather for virtual Community of Practice meetings twice a year and at our January Conference. Join our mailing list to be included. We hope you’ll join us!
Counselors and Teachers Say…
“These days, everyone is buzzing about the need to integrate mindfulness and social and emotional learning into schools. Well, here is a program that has been doing it successfully for almost 20 years. I am astounded by this beautiful curriculum. Linda and her colleagues have created a brilliantly practical guide for teachers, one that understands kids – both how they think, and their imaginative capacities. …This is a model for the classroom of the future.” –Jeff Warren, Mindfulness Teacher and co-author with Dan Harris of Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics.
“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, Elementary School Teacher
“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, School Counselor
Peace of Mind Overview
Peace of Mind is a teacher-created, evidence-based program that supports mindfulness-based social and emotional learning, conflict resolution and social justice in PreK through Middle School. The Peace of Mind Program helps students develop life skills to notice and manage challenging emotions, build healthy relationships, solve conflicts peacefully, and address challenging social justice issues with respect and compassion.
Focused both on inner work and applying skills to social change
Peace of Mind integrates mindfulness practice and brain science as the foundation for weekly lessons in social emotional learning, conflict resolution, and peacefully working for positive change.
Comprehensive and Classroom-based
The Peace of Mind Program, a classroom-based, secular, Tier I intervention, includes Curricula for PreK-Middle School, Classroom Materials, Professional Development and the Henry and Friends Storybook Series. Peace of Mind is taught by teachers, counselors and social workers in public, public charter and independent schools nationwide.
By teachers for teachers
The program reflects over 16,000 hours of in-classroom development. Curriculum authors continue to teach Peace of Mind to over 700 children every week in Washington DC’s largest public elementary school.
Peace of Mind Inc, an educational 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, develops and shares the Peace of Mind program. Peace of Mind is committed to creating and offering effective, relevant and engaging mindfulness SEL and social justice resources for students, educators and schools at low or no cost. We rely on donations and program income to be able to serve.