Larissa Duncan, PhD, Symposia Chair for Mindful Families, Schools & Communities Conference

UCSF Osher Center researcher Larissa Duncan, is an invited symposia chair for the Mindful Families, Schools & Communities: Research-to-Practice Promoting Child Well-being conference, to be held April 16th & 17th at the University of Washington, Seattle’s Center for Child and Family Well-being. This meeting will bring together researchers and practitioners whose work promotes the well-being of children and families through mindfulness.  The latest research findings and their applications will be presented, with rich opportunities for networking and discussion. The focus is on advancing the science of mindfulness to enhance children’s, parents’, caregivers’, educators’ and practitioners’ empathy, compassion, and self-regulation, and supporting caregivers’ stress-management, responsiveness, and consistency in their interactions with children, enhancing children’s well-being.

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