Many believe that in the years to come the gap may grow smaller, not because blacks are catching up to whites in educational achievement, but rather because the test makers are adding a writing component to the test that may be manipulated to lessen racial differences and therefore reduce public criticisms of the test. For many decades The College Board has used a to scoring scale of performance for both the verbal and mathematical sections of the Scholastic Assessment Test.
For sixteen years she has been teaching and pioneering mindfulness programs in a variety of settings including cancer support, HIV support, physician groups, executive groups, teachers, and Kaiser Permanente patients.
She has collaborated on the revision of mindfulness curricula for Kaiser Permanente in northern California and for the Center for Compassion at Stanford, and has spoken publicly on these and related topics, including forgiveness and conflict resolution.
She has also been a facilitator of support groups for cancer patients and their loved ones for 20 years at The Wellness Community. She integrates mindfulness and compassion practices into her undergraduate coursework at Sonoma State, and has a long-standing interest in nature awareness practices and a commitment to ecological sustainability.
Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind. Hooria completed the Compassion Cultivation Training CCT Teacher Certification Program though Stanford University and is enthusiastic about teaching mindfulness and compassion in a variety of contexts.
For information about upcoming CCT classes or to schedule a workshop or speaking engagement, please email her.
She has been a trainer and educator in the area of compassionate communication skills, substance abuse, counseling skills, psychology, cross cultural perspectives in therapy, mindfulness and self-compassion cultivation methods. She is a certified teacher in Cultivating Emotional Balance.
Meika can be contacted through her website. She is collaborating with Stanislaus County Department of Aging and Veteran Services to teach CCT to family caregivers and to social workers who provide services for veterans.
Her hospice service began in as a volunteer caregiver, sitting at the bedside of the dying and supporting their loved ones and clinical care providers. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Mills College.
Mary finds compassion to be the truest response to all our human experiences.
At the Center for Mind and Brain at UC Davis, she is a senior investigator on the Shamatha Project, a multi-disciplinary study of how intensive meditation affects cognition, emotion, and neurophysiology.
Rosenberg is a world-renowned expert in facial expressions of emotion who trains and consults on facial measurement with academic, corporate, and entertainment industry clients.
In she offered the new course at Google, Inc. Rosenberg is Faculty at The Nyingma Institute of Tibetan Studies in Berkeley and has offered meditation trainings in diverse international venues such as: Perspectives and Connections, 3e, and numerous scientific articles and chapters on facial expression, emotion, and meditation.
As a hospice physician, Dr. Hallenbeck has worked extensively with veterans at the end of life over the past 20 years.
Over the past year he has been teaching the course to veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder at VA Palo Alto. He is also interested in adaptations of the course for healthcare workers, who may be struggling with burnout and compassion fatigue.
He has received awards from the California Hospice and Palliative Care Association and the Journal of Palliative Medicine as a pioneer in palliative care. Monica Hanson Monica Hanson specializes in introducing and adapting meditation with specific populations. In addition, she has taught meditation with corporate and healthcare professionals, teachers, families, and people experiencing chronic pain and stress.
Compassion connects and sustains his interests in medical education, palliative care, and global health by focusing on our common humanity. He can be reached via email. In our hard-driving, high achieving area, many people are hard on themselves and suffer as a result.
Margy finds great satisfaction in introducing people to the concept of compassion for self and ultimately for others. Self-compassion is, in the deepest sense, self-care and fosters resilience and a feeling of connectedness, often reducing feelings of anxiety and depression.
She can be reached via email. She received her PhD in psychology from Stanford University, with a concentration in humanistic medicine. She was awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation Fellowship for her work on how different strategies for handling difficult emotions influence physical health and close relationships.
Her scientific research has been published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and the International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine. She is the Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Yoga Therapy, a peer-reviewed journal of mind-body research, healthcare policy, and clinical practice, and an ad hoc reviewer for medical journals such as Pain and the Journal of Aging and Health.
Lakiba Pittman, MA Lakiba Pittman is an educator and creative artist with more than 30 years experience with meditation and contemplative practices in Christian, Buddhist, and non-denominational traditions.
She also teaches and consults with children, youth, adult and senior-serving organizations that want to integrate mindfulness, meditation, and compassion and art journaling into their program offerings. She is the founder of Creating New Images, a motivational and inspirational business focused on presentations, products, and services that open hearts and minds.
She received an honorary Doctor of Ministry for her decades of artistry and community service from the Belle Grove Theological Seminary and is a new doctoral student in Psychology with a specialization in Transformative Social Change at Saybrook University.Print magazine’s August issue is the Lessons Learned issue.
In this issue, we take a look at how the past has played an important role in the present and future of design and the lessons we have learned along the way. Year: Name: Advisor: Title: PDF: Dylan Liu: Andras Vasy: Scattering Theory: Liu Thesis: Gyujin Oh: Brian Conrad: Brauer Obstructions of Finite Groups of Lie Type in .
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