Mindfulness Skills for Parents


For parents of children/adolescents/adults with behavior challenges and/or learning differences

This education program offers instruction in mindfulness practices including meditation and its application for reducing stress and cultivating self-compassion to improve quality of life. The program includes didactic presentations, guided meditations, and dialogue around how mindfulness can address parenting. In between classes, participants are instructed to cultivate a daily meditation practice as well as applying mindfulness to parenting and other daily activities. Topics we will be exploring include: What is mindfulness? How can it help me as a parent? How can we better manage our own difficult emotions as parents? How can we move from coping to living more meaningful lives?




TUESDAY MORNINGS:  Taught by Mari Kurahashi, MD

Tuesdays, 9:00 – 10:30AM PST  Jan 24 – March 21 (NO CLASS Feb 21)

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Tuition: $330 per participant

Scholarships available for those unable to pay the full cost in these challenging times


For questions or to be notified when registration opens, please contact Shannon at shopkins@stanford.edu