Heart-Mind Well-Being Workshop

Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education
Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Join the Dalai Lama Center for a workshop dedicated to learning how to promote HEART-MIND WELL-BEING in children and youth!

Heart-Mind well-being refers to the balance between educating the mind and educating the heart. While there is a great focus in our society on academic achievement, a growing body of research shows the positive impacts of developing our hearts – the way we relate to one another – and that social/emotional development helps to improve academic success.

In our Heart-Mind Workshops we share current research, scientific knowledge, best practices and practical strategies related to the promotion of social and emotional development in children.

Contact name: 
Gemma Holland
Contact email: 
programs@dalailamacenter.org
Contact phone: 
1-604-215-2352
City: 
Vancouver
Venue: 
The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education Floor 9, The Boardroom 1500 West Georgia St. Vancouver, BC V6G 2Z6

Balancing Our Minds Youth Summit 2015

BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services
Thursday, February 12, 2015, 9:00am - 3:00pm

Balancing Our Minds Youth Summit 2015: Everyday Champions of Wellness

 

Date:

Thursday February 12, 2015

Contact name: 
Michelle Clanfrone
City: 
Vancouver
Venue: 
Rogers Arena

BC Schools Focus on Educating Hearts

Date: 
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Media Source Name: 
Vancouver Sun
Article web link: 

Learning Sm’algyax Language and Culture Helped Educate the Heart of Student Hanna Bryant

Date: 
Monday, December 8, 2014
Media Source Name: 
Northern Review
Article web link: 
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Tickets & Venues

Conference Reference: 

Tickets for the 2009 Vancouver Peace Summit: Nobel Laureates in Dialogue events are now available to the public and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.ca.

Heart-Mind 2016: Review in Pictures

Heart-Mind 2016: Cultivating Resilience took place October 21-22 at the Bell Centre for Performing Arts in Surrey, British Columbia. As a conference dedicated to helping the adults who teach and care for children, this year was focussed on one of the key positive human qualities that promotes Heart-Mind well-being: resilience. Over the two days, over 650 attendees from all over the BC and from as far away as Brazil and the Netherlands - the largest audience to ever attend a Heart-Mind conference - participated in keynote presentations, workshops, musical performances, Connect and Reflect breaks, and mindfulness activities.

Heart-Mind 2016 In Profile: Eli Puterman

Eli Puterman is a health psychologist and assistant professor at the University of British Columbia in the School of Kinesiology. He has advanced an innovative model of resiliency that suggests that physical activity and other healthy behaviours can mitigate the negative biological impacts of life course adversities. He has published extensively on how stress can affect us and the benefits of living an active life — and demonstrates how this can help us to be more resilient.

What first inspired you to focus your research on the topic of resilience?

Heart-Mind 2016 In Profile: Shelley Moore

Based in Vancouver, Canada, Shelley Moore’s research interests integrate the theory and practice of inclusive education, special education, curriculum and teacher professional development. She is particularly interested in how students of all abilities can be included meaningfully while also contributing to the learning of their peers.

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