The What and Whys of Mindfulness

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Hamilton High School Large Group Area
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Appropriate for parents with children of all ages

Practicing mindfulness enables us to feel calm, be more focused and experience a sense of ease in our body and mind.

During this presentation, participants will be introduced to:

  • basics of mindfulness and the effect of mindfulness training on emotional regulation and stress reduction;
  • the purpose and value of neurobiology and the body’s stress response to strong emotions and its role in preparing a child for life; and
  • simple mindfulness strategies to build resiliency.

Our featured speaker:


Co-founder of Reset-MindBody, Anna Silberg, Ph.D., presents and coaches on emotional resiliency, stress management, trauma informed care, social-interpersonal neurobiology and mindfulness strategies to regulate the nervous system.

She recieved her Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction and a certificate in trauma-informed counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

She was the curriculum and research director at Growing Minds and assistant professor at National-Louis University. She began her education experience in 1993 as a high school social studies teacher.