Mindfulness * Learning * Community
By educators, for educators
Hello mindful educator!
Imagine a world where every child has the skills to face challenges in their own lives and in the world with kindness, courage and compassion. This is our vision.
Whether you are new to Peace of Mind or have been using the curriculum for years, we want to walk this path alongside you, supporting you in your service to students. Here’s what we have to offer.
Group Training for School Communities
Highly recommend as you begin to implement The Peace of Mind Curriculum for the first time. Covers context and curriculum, best practices, and personal preparation for educators. Tailored to your classroom or school group. Currently delivered virtually. Please contact us to discuss your needs.
Online Self-Paced Courses
Get the support you need on your own schedule.
These 1-2 hour multi-media courses give you a solid foundation for starting to teach The Peace of Mind Curriculum.
- An Introduction to MIndfulness-based Social Emotional Learning
- Getting Started with Peace of Mind
- Mindfulness and Brain Science
Certificate of Completion available.
Peace of Mind Essentials Series: Fall 2022
Washington D.C.’s Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), in partnership with Peace of Mind, is offering a free, virtual, three-part Peace of Mind Essentials series just in time for the new school year! Click on the date to register.
I. August 23: Preparing to teach Peace of Mind. 4 -5 pm EST
2. August 25: Engaging Students and Implementation. 4-5 pm EST
3. September 13: Implementation Coaching Session. 4-5 pm EST
All are welcome! DCPS/DCPCS educators receive 1 professional learning unit (PLU) for full participation in each segment. For more information, please contact Jessica Dulay, OSSE school climate specialist, at .
Mindfully Back to School
It’s back-to-school time – a time of excitement….and stress. As we enter into this busy time of year, having simple tools and practices to manage stress and improve our ability to be present for whatever is happening can be a powerful source of support. If you are looking to cultivate these skills or to deepen your own mindfulness practice, please consider this FREE 4-week virtual course.
Taught by MMTCP-trained meditator and Peace of Mind board member Chapin Springer, this class explores the fundamentals of mindfulness while offering meditation practices to help reconnect the mind, body, and heart in our everyday lives.
Community Learning and Support
When you start teaching The Peace of Mind Curriculum, you join an open, supportive community of educators across the world supporting their students with mindfulness-based social emotional learning. We know that to do this work well, you need support yourself. Consider joining a Virtual Community Circle, attend our Annual Conference, or drop into to a Community of Practice Gathering. Learn more below.
Watch the newsletter and our social media to find out when these free, informal Q&A sessions will take place.
Community of Practice Gatherings
Twice a year we gather online to talk about challenges we have in common.
The PoM Community gathers in January for learning, community and inspiration. Join us this year!
Virtual Community Circles
Small groups of Peace of Mind educators meet monthly for mindfulness practice and community.