Heart-Mind Youth Dialogue

We are delighted to announce that the Dalai Lama is returning to BC, and that he will be visiting a Canadian school or the first time. On October 21, he will spend the morning at John Oliver Secondary School in Vancouver in dialogue with secondary students who represent a cross-section of school districts in BC. In this live-streamed event, the young people will share the stage with the Dalai Lama and will share a personal story of a transformative time in their life when their hearts were educated in school.

Daniel Siegel - The Teenage Brain

Daniel Siegel debunks myths about the Teenage Brain and "raging hormones". He discusses the changes and remodeling of the brain within the adolescent period.  He asserts that people need to learn about these changes to support and meet adolescents with empathy and compassion.

Heart-Mind 2014: Partners

The Dalai Lama Center is fortunate to be involved in key partnerships with some incredible organizations and to be supported by the generous donations of our sponsors - their contributions make the Heart-Mind 2014 Conference possible. We sincerely thank you.

The Conscious Parent with Shefali Tsabary

Learn simple techniques to rejuvenate your parent/child connection and change destructive patterns. This presentation will help you make positive, conscious change and will offer tools to use with children of all ages to shift energies to build nurturing and lasting relationships



Q&A with Dr Lynn Miller


A leading expert on anxiety, Dr Lynn Miller has conducted research on different models of anxiety prevention programs in schools. She is an Associate Professor in the Education and Counseling Psychology and Special Education department at UBC, and a child and family counselor.  Dr Miller will be appearing as part of the Dalai Lama Center's Educating the Heart series on April 4. You can find about ticketing here.

DLC: What are some of the common symptoms of anxiety in children and teens?

Clyde Hertzman's Celebration of Life

Monday, March 11, 2013
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Human Early Learning Partnership
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