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Our Mission

The mission of Peace of Mind is to help create kinder and more inclusive schools.

The Peace of Mind program integrates mindfulness, social and emotional learning, and conflict resolution for elementary school students.

The Peace of Mind  curriculum series, storybooks and supporting materials teach children how to focus their attention, calm themselves, practice kindness, and solve conflicts peacefully.

Let the children show you: check out this clip about Peace of Mind from the documentary A Joyful Mind.

Meet Linda Ryden, Curriculum Author

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Our Community

Our Peace of Mind community is growing! Teachers, counselors, social workers and parents nationwide and in overseas have invested in Peace of Mind for the students and schools they care about.  Read what they have to say.

We hope that Peace of Mind can support you and your school.

Join us to meet some other educators dedicated to bringing mindfulness to students and kindness to their school communities at our next Community of Practice gathering on May 23 at Horace Mann Elementary School in Washington DC.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Community of Practice Gathering
Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Peace of Mind Community of Practice welcomes you! This interactive afternoon, hosted by our first pilot school, Horace Mann Elementary, will offer time to connect with other educators interested in exploring the powerful combination of mindfulness and social and emotional learning in elementary school. All welcome, but please RSVP to teachpeacedc@gmail.com.

Story time at Bullfrog Bagels featuring Rosie's Brain!
Saturday, TBD

Join us for story hour at Bullfrog Bagels to hear author Linda Ryden read her new book Rosie's Brain. Rosie's Brain is part of the Peace of Mind story book series. Time and location to be announced! Fun for the whole family!

NEWS!

Linda and Jillian offered the Keynote Address on Creating Mindful Learners at the Fairfax Futures 13th Annual School Readiness Symposium on April 29th, introducing over 300 early childhood educators to the power of mindfulness for young children and the Peace of Mind Curriculum.  Thank you for the opportunity, Fairfax Futures!

Our first storybook, Rosie’s Brain, is now available!  Rosie’s Brain introduces elementary school students to mindfulness skills and the parts of the brain that help us manage anger and calm down: the amygdala, hippocampus, and prefrontal cortex. A great gift for the children you love!