Introducing: Heart-Mind Online

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Heart-Mind Online

A learning resource for anyone who cares for or about children.

The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education is excited to announce the launch of Heart-Mind Online (, a brand new resource for parents and educators. Officially launched on stage with the Dalai Lama in Vancouver at the Heart-Mind Summit, this exciting online learning tool is a one-of-a-kind hub for evidence-informed resources that educate the heart. 

Heart-Mind Online provides resources and activities that build capacity in parents and educators so they in turn can support the children in their care in areas such as anxiety, stress, managing conflict, friendship and other key domains of a child’s Heart-Mind well-being.

"Heart-Mind Online is a really exciting project,” says Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, interim director of the University of British Columbia’s Human Early Learning Partnership.  “It is so important for parents and educators alike to have a place where they can find practical resources and tools, rooted in science, that really educate the heart. These competencies, like empathy, altruism and compassion, are so critical not only in childhood, but also later in life."

Heart-Mind Online draws on the expertise of leaders in child development and education like Schonert-Reichl, as well as Daniel Siegel, Mark Greenberg and others. 

The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education is an independent, secular, non-political, charitable organization based in Vancouver, BC. The Center is inspired by the Dalai Lama’s belief in the importance of balancing the education of children’s minds with that of their hearts. The DLC educates the hearts of children by informing, inspiring and engaging the communities around them. All of the Center’s programs aim to create support and environment to enable positive human qualities in children and youth. For more information, visit

Dan Haves, Web-based Programs Manager
604-215-2352, ext 5

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