Events

Upcoming Events

  • The Center for Child and Family Well-Being (CCFW) - University of Washington

    Summer 2020 Quarter / University of Washington Campus - 3903 Brooklyn Ave NE Seattle, WA 98105

    CCFW promotes the positive development and well-being of children and families by building multi-disciplinary research programs, translating research findings for application, and sharing knowledge through education, professional training and outreach to the community. CCFW offers a variety of Mindfulness-centered educational opportunities including Professional and Family Mindfulness events.
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  • A Short Course in Mindful Self-Compassion

    July 8 - August 12, 2020 / 5-6:15pm

    The Short Course in Mindful Self-Compassion (SC-MSC) is tailored toward the use of mindfulness and self-compassion practices for adapting positively and constructively when faced with adversity, and is derived from the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSCTM) eight-week program, an empirically-supported course developed by psychologists Chris Germer and Kristin Neff. The course is rooted in the three components of Mindful Self-Compassion: mindful awareness, common humanity, and self-kindness.

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  • The Motherhood Penalty: Women’s Work and the Gender Wage Gap

    Wednesday, July 8, 2020 - 2pm PST / Free Webinar

    Join ParentMap for a special webinar featuring Tama Smith from Brighton Jones, who will walk us through key strategies to claim financial health, and Maria Colacurcio, CEO of Syndio, who will discuss emerging technology that will enable companies to eradicate pay disparities based on race, gender or ethnicity.

    Free Webinar. Registration required. Click HERE to register.
  • Virtual Summer Camp for 8-11 year olds

    July 13-17, 2020 - Monday through Friday, either 10am-12pm or 1-3pm

    Mission: Space Between - a Space-Themed Virtual Summer Camp

    Do you have a child in your life who is looking to move and gain some mindfulness tools in a fun and engaging way? Here is a camp that offers a chance for students to learn mindfulness skills with two great themes - space and nature. Setting kids up with tools to for awareness and to regulate their emotions is one way to give them coping skills for difficult times. Each day will have a consistent routine of movement, creative exploration, leadership development (learning to lead their own practices), problem-solving in smaller groups, mindful eating, loving-kindness, compassion practices, fun improvisational games, and opportunities to learn about how the brain works.

    Click HERE to register.
  • Virtual Summer Camp for 8-11 year olds

    July 20-24, 2020 - Monday through Friday, either 10am-12pm or 1-3pm

    Space Between: Wilderness Edition - a Nature-Themed Virtual Summer Camp

    Do you have a child in your life who is looking to move and gain some mindfulness tools in a fun and engaging way? Here is a camp that offers a chance for students to learn mindfulness skills with two great themes - space and nature. Setting kids up with tools to for awareness and to regulate their emotions is one way to give them coping skills for difficult times. Each day will have a consistent routine of movement, creative exploration, leadership development (learning to lead their own practices), problem-solving in smaller groups, mindful eating, loving-kindness, compassion practices, fun improviAn interactive hands-on virtual camp where students explore their thoughts and emotions through movement, breath, and creative nature-themed projects. Students will explore this nature theme around them in their homes. Scavenger hunts, nature circles, and discovering their favorite aspects of nature, will be part of this joy-filled camp. Materials will be provided. The class will be delivered over Zoom.

    Click HERE to register.