Elisha Goldstein, PhD & Stefanie Goldstein, PhD – Breaking the Cycle of Bullying with Mindfulness 2018-10-23T19:08:10-06:00

How to Create a Culture of Mindfulness

Elisha Goldstein, PhD & Stefanie Goldstein, PhD

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What You’ll Learn

  • Discover how you can shape better communication between you and your kids by sharing the same “language” of mindfulness

  • Hear practical tips on how to bring mindfulness to your own family and small practices to do each day with your kids

  • Learn some practical strategies to introducing mindfulness from a trauma informed perspective

About Elisha Goldstein

Elisha Goldstein, PhD is co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in West Los Angeles and creator of the 6-month coaching and mentorship program, A Course in Mindful Living. A psychologist, and international speaker and mindfulness educator, his books include Uncovering Happiness and The Now Effect. He’s also co-author of A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook and MBSR Everyday. Elisha synthesizes the pearls of traditional psychotherapy with a progressive integration of mindfulness theory and practice to help his clients and students thrive. In an increasingly fragmented society, he is working to bring people together so they may motivate and inspire one another in far-reaching ways.

Learn more about Elisha on his website.

About Stefanie Goldstein

Stefanie Goldstein, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in West Los Angeles. She is the co-creator of the Good Morning America featured popular teen program – CALM: Connecting Adolescents to Learning Mindfulness which is an 8-week program that teaches mindfulness and social/emotional learning to teens. Stefanie has also helped public and private schools through Los Angeles to implement Mindfulness into their curriculum and communities. She has dedicated much of her career to training and supervising therapists and her lifelong passion is working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families struggling with daily life, helping to support them on their path towards healing and growth.

Learn more about Stefanie and her work at her website.

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  1. Lynne DeMoor October 23, 2018 at 6:44 pm - Reply

    Thank you for your presentation. I found it both scientific and practical.

    I’m wondering if you are able to suggest potential sources of grant funding. I’m looking at expanding mindfulness programming from several elementary schools to an entire district in Northern Michigan.

    Thank you.

  2. Noel McLellan October 22, 2018 at 11:46 am - Reply

    Excellent. Very clear and offered with self-evident expertise.
    Just a contemplation: mindfulness has distanced itself from its spiritual/religious roots, and for obvious, practical reasons. You strongly espouse aligning oneself with science, also for practical reasons.
    I’m not anti-science, but I’d like to suggest that science is itself a worldview, even perhaps a religion by some definitions, that itself can limit or bias our approach.

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