Module 2

Module 2

Understanding mindfuless


Welcome to the “Understanding Mindfulness” module, part of the blended training course on “Enhancing Well-being and Resilience through REMIND Techniques.” In this module, we will explore the transformative power of mindfulness and its application in various professional and personal contexts. Mindfulness, encompassing REMIND techniques, offers valuable tools for educators, social workers, and learners – particularly those in their middle to later stages of life. Through a blend of theoretical understanding, practical exercises, and real-life examples, this module aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to integrate mindfulness into their professional roles and personal lives effectively. Let’s embark on this journey to deepen our understanding of mindfulness and its profound impact on well-being and resilience.

Learning objectives

As stated in the video, our learning objectives in this Module are:

  • Define REMIND techniques and their significance in promoting mindfulness.
  • Identify how REMIND techniques benefit educators, social workers, and learners, with a focus on middle to later stages of life.
  • Recognize the benefits of practicing mindfulness in work-life balance, retirement, and managing various health conditions.
  • Apply mindfulness strategies to address stress, loneliness, and other challenges commonly experienced in professional and personal settings.
  • Communicate real-life examples and case studies illustrating the positive impact of mindfulness on different target groups across age and profession.
Learning outcomes

As stated in the video, the learning outcomes in this Module are:

  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of REMIND techniques and their role in fostering mindfulness.
  • Evaluate the specific benefits of mindfulness for educators, social workers, and learners in middle to later stages of life, considering diverse professional and personal contexts.
  • Apply mindfulness practices to enhance work-life balance, navigate transitions in retirement, and manage the challenges associated with various health conditions.
  • Implement mindfulness strategies to mitigate stress, loneliness, and other psychosocial factors affecting well-being and resilience.


Definition and Overview of REMIND Techniques

In this part, we will be looking at REMIND techniques – what they are and why they’re important for mindfulness. REMIND techniques give us a way to be more thoughtful, communicate better, and stay aware of what’s happening around us. They’re like a roadmap for improving how we feel and how we handle challenges. Let’s dig into what REMIND techniques are all about and how they can make a real difference in our work and personal lives.

2.1.1. Understanding REMIND Techniques

REMIND techniques encompass a set of mindful practices aimed at cultivating reflective engagement, empathetic communication, and mindful awareness in educational and social settings. The acronym REMIND stands for Reflective Engagement, Mindful Awareness, Intentional Listening, Non-judgmental Acceptance, and Deep Empathy.

  • Reflective Engagement: Reflective engagement involves encouraging individuals to contemplate their thoughts, emotions, and experiences thoughtfully. By fostering reflective engagement, REMIND techniques empower individuals to develop self-awareness, critical thinking skills, and a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them.
  • Mindful Awareness: Mindful awareness refers to being fully present in the moment and cultivating an attentive, non-judgmental awareness of one’s thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations. REMIND techniques integrate practices such as mindfulness meditation, deep breathing exercises, and sensory awareness activities to nurture mindful awareness among participants.
  • Intentional Listening: Intentional listening emphasizes active and empathetic listening, where individuals attentively listen to others’ perspectives without prejudice or distraction. Through intentional listening, REMIND techniques foster meaningful connections, trust, and open communication in educational and social settings.
  • Non-judgmental Acceptance: Non-judgmental acceptance involves embracing individuals’ experiences, thoughts, and emotions without criticism or evaluation. REMIND techniques create a safe space where participants feel validated and accepted, facilitating openness, vulnerability, and authentic expression.
  • Deep Empathy: Deep empathy entails understanding and empathizing with others’ emotions, experiences, and perspectives on a profound level. REMIND techniques cultivate deep empathy by fostering compassion, empathy, and sensitivity towards others’ individual needs and challenges.
2.1.2. How REMIND Techniques Benefit Educators, Social Workers, and Learners

In this section, we will explore the profound impact of REMIND techniques on professionals in the fields of education and social work, as well as their significance for learners, particularly elderly individuals, and those in their middle to later stages of life. By integrating REMIND techniques into their professional practice, educators and social workers can enhance their effectiveness, promote well-being, and cultivate supportive learning environments. Let’s try to convey a comprehensive understanding of how REMIND techniques benefit educators, social workers, and learners across diverse age groups and contexts. Benefits for Educators

REMIND techniques offer numerous benefits for educators, empowering them to create engaging and supportive learning environments, enhance teaching effectiveness, and promote their own well-being. By incorporating REMIND techniques such as reflective engagement, mindful awareness, and intentional listening into their practice, educators can foster meaningful connections with their students and learners, facilitate deeper learning experiences, and cultivate a culture of empathy and respect in whatever educational setting. Benefits for Social Workers

Social workers play a critical role in supporting individuals and communities in need and REMIND techniques can enhance their ability to provide compassionate and effective care. By integrating REMIND techniques into their professional practice, social workers can develop greater self-awareness, emotional resilience, and empathy, enabling them to navigate complex challenges with sensitivity and compassion. REMIND techniques also promote self-care and prevent burnout among social workers, ensuring they can continue to provide high-quality support to those in need. Benefits for Learners

For learners, particularly elderly individuals, and those in their middle to later stages of life, REMIND techniques offer valuable tools for enhancing well-being, resilience, and quality of life. By engaging in mindfulness practices such as reflective engagement, mindful awareness, and deep empathy, learners can develop self-awareness, emotional regulation, and interpersonal skills, leading to improved mental health, greater social connectedness, and enhanced overall quality of life. REMIND techniques also empower learners to navigate life transitions, such as retirement with greater ease and adaptability, fostering a sense of purpose and fulfillment in their later years.


2.1.3. Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness Regarding Work-Life Balance

In today’s fast-paced and demanding work environments, maintaining a healthy balance between work responsibilities and personal well-being, is essential for overall happiness and productivity. Mindfulness practices offer valuable tools for managing stress, enhancing resilience, and fostering a sense of balance and fulfillment in both professional and personal life. In this section, we will explore the benefits of mindfulness in promoting work-life balance, including strategies for managing stress and its consequences effectively. We will try to offer a comprehensive understanding of how mindfulness can transform our approach to work and life. Managing Stress Through Mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness fosters a greater sense of balance and perspective, allowing individuals to prioritize their well-being alongside professional responsibilities. Mindfulness encourages individuals to set boundaries, establish healthy routines, and allocate time for self-care activities such as exercise, relaxation, and spending time with loved ones. By integrating mindfulness into their daily lives, individuals can achieve greater harmony between work and personal commitments, leading to improved overall satisfaction and fulfillment. Enhancing Work-Life Balance

Practicing mindfulness fosters a greater sense of balance and perspective, allowing individuals to prioritize their well-being alongside professional responsibilities. Mindfulness encourages individuals to set boundaries, establish healthy routines, and allocate time for self-care activities such as exercise, relaxation, and spending time with loved ones. By integrating mindfulness into their daily lives, individuals can achieve greater harmony between work and personal commitments, leading to improved overall satisfaction and fulfillment. Improving Focus and Productivity

Mindfulness practices improve cognitive function and attentional control, enhancing focus and productivity in the workplace. By training the mind to remain present and focused on the task at hand, individuals can overcome distractions and procrastination, leading to greater efficiency and effectiveness in their work. Mindfulness also promotes creativity and innovation, as individuals become more attuned to their inner resources and insights. Cultivating Resilience and Adaptability

Mindfulness fosters resilience by helping individuals develop a flexible and adaptive mindset in the face of challenges and setbacks. By practicing non-reactivity and acceptance of change, individuals can navigate uncertainty and adversity with greater ease and confidence. Mindfulness also fosters self-compassion and self-care, enabling individuals to bounce back from setbacks and maintain a positive outlook in the face of adversity.


2.1.4 Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness Regarding Retirement

Retirement marks a significant transition in life, bringing both opportunities and challenges as individuals adjust to changes in their daily routines, roles, and relationships. Mindfulness practices offer valuable tools for navigating this transition with greater ease and resilience, helping retirees cultivate a sense of purpose, adaptability, and well-being in their new phase of life. In this section, we will explore the benefits of mindfulness in promoting a fulfilling retirement, including strategies for managing changes, embracing new limits, and addressing feelings of loneliness. Let’s explore how mindfulness can support retirees in embracing this new chapter with openness and positivity. Embracing Change Through Mindfulness

Mindfulness practices help retirees navigate changes in their daily routines and roles with greater acceptance and adaptability. By cultivating present-moment awareness and non-judgmental acceptance of their experiences, retirees can embrace the opportunities for growth and exploration that retirement brings. Mindfulness encourages individuals to let go of attachments to past identities and expectations, allowing them to embrace new possibilities and reinvent themselves in retirement. Adjusting to New Limits

Retirement often involves adjusting to new physical, financial, and social limitations, which can be challenging for individuals accustomed to active and independent lifestyles. Mindfulness practices promote self-compassion and acceptance of these limitations, helping retirees develop resilience and adaptability in the face of change. By focusing on the present moment and cultivating gratitude for what they can still do, retirees can find joy and fulfillment in activities that align with their current abilities and interests. Addressing Feelings of Loneliness

Retirement can sometimes lead to feelings of loneliness and social isolation as individuals’ transition away from the social networks and routines associated with their professional lives. Mindfulness practices foster a sense of connection and belonging by cultivating compassion, empathy, and non-judgmental acceptance of oneself and others. Retirees can use mindfulness to cultivate meaningful relationships, engage in community activities, and find purpose and connection in their new phase of life.


2.1.5 Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness Regarding Different Diseases

Mindfulness practices have been shown to offer numerous benefits for individuals coping with various health conditions, ranging from chronic pain to mental health disorders. In this section, we will explore how mindfulness can complement traditional medical treatments and support individuals in managing conditions such as fibromyalgia, hypertension, depression, and anxiety. By cultivating present-moment awareness, self-compassion, and resilience, mindfulness practices empower individuals to cope more effectively, with the challenges of illness and promote healing and well-being. Let’s explore the transformative potential of mindfulness in enhancing quality of life for individuals living with different diseases. Managing Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and sleep disturbances. Mindfulness practices such as body scan meditation and gentle movement exercises offer effective strategies for managing fibromyalgia symptoms and improving overall well-being. By cultivating awareness of bodily sensations and practicing non-judgmental acceptance of pain, individuals with fibromyalgia can reduce symptom severity, enhance pain coping skills, and improve quality of life. Lowering Hypertension Levels

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a common cardiovascular condition associated with increased risk of heart disease and stroke. Mindfulness practices such as mindfulness meditation and deep breathing exercises have been shown to lower blood pressure levels and improve cardiovascular health. By promoting relaxation, stress reduction, and emotional regulation, mindfulness helps individuals manage hypertension more effectively and reduce the risk of associated complications. Alleviating Symptoms of Depression

Depression is a mood disorder characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest in daily activities. Mindfulness-based interventions such as mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) offer effective strategies for alleviating symptoms of depression and preventing relapse. By cultivating present-moment awareness and self-compassion, individuals with depression can interrupt negative thought patterns, enhance emotional regulation, and cultivate a greater sense of well-being and resilience. Managing Symptoms of Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are characterized by excessive worry, fear, and physical symptoms such as palpitations and sweating. Mindfulness practices such as mindfulness meditation and mindful breathing offer effective tools for managing symptoms of anxiety and promoting emotional well-being. By cultivating present-moment awareness and acceptance of anxious thoughts and sensations, individuals with anxiety can reduce symptom severity, improve coping skills, and enhance overall quality of life.


2.1.6. Examples and Prompts

In addition to theoretical concepts and research findings, examples and prompts provide invaluable insights into the practical application and impact, of mindfulness practices across diverse age groups and professions. By examples and prompts, users and participants can gain a deeper understanding of how mindfulness techniques can be effectively implemented and the positive outcomes they can achieve. In this section, we will explore examples and prompts that highlight the transformative impact of mindfulness on different target groups, including individuals of varying ages and professions such as teaching, counseling, and caregiving. Let’s see what these inspiring stories are so to gain a richer appreciation of the potential of mindfulness to enhance well-being and resilience in real-world settings.

Mindfulness in Teaching/Training: Example #1

In her article, Patricia A. Jennings emphasizes the importance of mindfulness for trainers and offers practical insights into how it can benefit trainers and learners alike. Here’s a summarized and adapted version of the key points along with prompts for trainers to consider integrating mindfulness into their training practices:

  1. Understanding Emotions: Mindfulness helps trainers recognize and understand their own emotions better, leading to improved emotional regulation and responses to learner behavior.
    • Prompt for Trainers: Take a moment before a training session to centre yourself and focus on your breath, allowing you to be present and emotionally grounded.
  2. Effective Communication: Mindfulness enhances communication with learners by promoting attentive listening and clear, intentional communication of expectations.
    • Prompt for Trainers: Reflect on your communication habits and identify any patterns that may be hindering effective interaction with learners. Practice mindful listening during interactions with learners.
  3. Managing Difficult Learners: Mindfulness enables trainers to respond thoughtfully rather than react impulsively to challenging learner behavior, fostering understanding and compassion.
    • Prompt for Trainers: When faced with a difficult learner, take a moment to acknowledge your emotions without judgment. Reflect on the underlying causes of the behavior and respond with compassion.
  4. Creating a Positive Learning Environment: Mindfulness helps trainers create a conducive learning environment by promoting self-awareness and adaptability in managing training dynamics.
    • Prompt for Trainers: Observe your training environment mindfully, paying attention to physical arrangements and learner interactions. Make adjustments as needed to support learning.
  5. Building Relationships: Mindfulness strengthens trainer-learner relationships by fostering genuine connection and mutual respect.
    • Prompt for Trainers: Cultivate mindful awareness of each learner’s individual strengths and needs. Find opportunities to acknowledge and appreciate learners beyond their performance.
  6. Slowing Down and Being Present: Mindfulness encourages trainers to slow down, be present, and create intentional pauses to support learner engagement and understanding.
    • Prompt for Trainers: Incorporate mindful pauses into your training sessions, allowing time for reflection and deeper understanding of the content.
  7. Fostering Community: Mindfulness helps build a sense of community in training settings through collaborative activities and compassionate interactions.
    • Prompt for Trainers: Implement collaborative learning opportunities and group activities that promote empathy and teamwork among learners.

By integrating these mindfulness practices into their training approach, trainers can cultivate a more positive and enriching learning environment that nurtures both their well-being and that of their learners.

Adapted from: Jennings, P. A. (2015, March 30). Seven Ways Mindfulness Can Help Trainers. Greater Good Magazine. 

Mindfulness Techniques for Caregivers: 

Example #2

Caregiving can be both rewarding and demanding, requiring constant attention and care for others. Mindfulness offers a valuable toolkit for caregivers to manage stress, increase resilience, and improve overall well-being. In this article, we’ll explore the importance of mindfulness for caregivers and introduce seven transformative techniques that can be easily incorporated into daily routines.

The Importance of Mindfulness for Caregivers: Caregiving often involves a multitude of tasks and responsibilities, leading to stress and emotional exhaustion. Mindfulness provides a way to navigate these challenges by cultivating present-moment awareness and resilience. By practicing mindfulness, caregivers can develop the skills to remain calm during difficult situations, manage emotions effectively, and find moments of respite amidst their busy schedules.

Understanding Mindfulness: Mindfulness involves being fully present and engaged in the moment, without getting caught up in thoughts about the past or worries about the future. It’s like being the driver of your own mind, allowing you to experience life as it unfolds. While mindfulness is often associated with meditation, it can also be practiced during everyday activities, such as washing dishes or walking.

How to Practice Mindfulness: A Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Start small and gradually increase practice time.
  2. Focus on the present moment, whether it’s through mindful breathing or engaging in daily activities.
  3. Notice your thoughts without judgment and gently redirect your attention when needed.
  4. Bring mindfulness to daily activities by fully immersing yourself in the experience.
  5. Embrace mindfulness as a journey, celebrating progress along the way.

Scientifically Proven Results: Research suggests that regular mindfulness practice can lead to changes in the brain, including improvements in stress regulation and decision-making. While it may take time to notice the benefits of mindfulness, consistent practice can enhance overall well-being and resilience.

The 7 Proven Mindfulness Techniques for Caregivers:

  1. Mindful Breathing
  2. Body Scan Meditation
  3. Mindful Eating
  4. Walking Meditation
  5. Loving-Kindness Meditation
  6. Guided Imagery
  7. Mindful Journaling

Integrating Mindfulness into Your Daily Routine: Mindfulness can be practiced anywhere, anytime, making it accessible for caregivers with busy schedules. Whether it’s during a break at work or while performing daily tasks, finding moments to practice mindfulness can significantly impact well-being.

By incorporating these mindfulness techniques into their lives, caregivers can enhance their ability to navigate the challenges of caregiving with greater ease and resilience.

Adapted from: Doru, E. (2023, July 24). Mindfulness for Caregivers: 7 Techniques I Wish I Knew. Retrieved from

(Adapted from Doru, 2023)

Table 1.  Examples and Prompts of Mindfulness practices in training and caregiving settings.

2.1.7. Mindfulness Exercises

In the following table, there are three (3) straightforward mindfulness exercises for everybody to experiment with whenever they require a mental pause, emotional boost, or simply wish to take a moment to acknowledge their surroundings. Everybody are welcomed to dedicate 10 minutes each day to these exercises and observe how they can alter their perspective. Investing time in these activities is truly worthwhile.

Simple meditation #1

A quick and simple meditation is an excellent place to begin practicing mindfulness.

  1. Begin by finding a comfortable seated position either on a straight-backed chair or cross-legged on the floor. Sit with your back upright but relaxed and rest your hands on your lap or knees.
  2. Close your eyes or soften your gaze, whichever feels most comfortable for you. Take a few deep breaths to settle into the present moment, allowing any tension in your body to release with each exhale.
  3. Now, bring your attention to your breath. Notice the natural rhythm of your inhales and exhales. You might focus on the sensations of air flowing in and out of your nostrils, or the gentle rise and fall of your abdomen with each breath.
  4. As you continue to breathe, begin to expand your awareness beyond just your breath. Notice any sounds in your environment, whether they’re near or far. Without trying to change or judge them, simply observe them coming and going.
  5. Next, become aware of any physical sensations present in your body. Pay attention to areas of tension or relaxation, warmth or coolness, or any other sensations you notice without needing to label or analyze them.
  6. Finally, bring your attention to your thoughts and emotions. Allow them to come and go like passing clouds in the sky, without getting caught up in them or trying to push them away. Simply observe them with a sense of curiosity and openness.
  7. If at any point your mind starts to wander, gently guide your focus back to your breath as an anchor to the present moment. Then, when you’re ready, expand your awareness again to include your surroundings.
  8. Take as much time as you need with this practice, starting with just a minute or two and gradually extending the duration as you feel comfortable. Remember, consistency is key, so aim to practice regularly to experience the full benefits of mindfulness meditation.

Open awareness #2

Another method of practicing mindfulness is through “open awareness,” which allows you to fully engage in the present moment and immerse yourself in specific experiences in life. You can select any activity or moment to apply open awareness, whether it’s eating, going for a walk, taking a shower, preparing a meal, or tending to your garden. When you’re involved in these or similar routine tasks, follow these steps.

  1. Body Awareness: Begin by noticing the sensations in your body, both physical and emotional. Take a moment to observe any areas of tension or relaxation without judgment.
  2. Breathing: Take a deep breath in through your nose, allowing your lungs to fill with air and your abdomen to expand fully. Then exhale slowly through your mouth, releasing any tension or stress with each breath.
  3. Mindful Task: Continue with whatever task you are engaged in, whether it’s walking, eating, or working. Approach the task slowly and deliberately, focusing your attention on each movement and sensation.
  4. Engage Your Senses: Use your senses to fully experience the present moment. Notice what you can see, hear, feel, smell, and taste around you. Pay close attention to the details of your surroundings.
  5. Single-Tasking: Practice “single-tasking” by bringing your attention fully to the task at hand. Avoid multitasking or allowing your mind to wander to other thoughts or activities.
  6. Acceptance: Allow any thoughts or emotions that arise to simply be, without trying to change or suppress them. Acknowledge them as passing phenomena, like clouds drifting across the sky.
  7. Refocusing: If your mind begins to wander away from the present moment, gently guide your attention back to the sensations of the moment. Use your breath as an anchor to help you return to the present.

By following these steps, you can cultivate greater awareness and presence in your everyday experiences, leading to a deeper sense of peace and fulfilment.

Body awareness #3 

Another method of practicing mindfulness involves directing your attention towards various thoughts, objects, and sensations.

Find a quiet place to sit with your eyes closed, and bring your awareness to each of the following: 

  1. Body Sensations: Take a moment to notice any subtle feelings in your body, such as an itch or tingling sensation. Without judging these sensations, simply observe them and allow them to pass. You can also bring your awareness to each part of your body, starting from your head and moving down to your toes, noticing any sensations along the way.
  2. Sights and Sounds: Pay attention to the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and touches around you. As you notice each sensation, label it as “sight,” “sound,” “smell,” “taste,” or “touch” without attaching any judgment to it. Allow each sensation to come and go naturally.
  3. Emotions: Allow your emotions to arise without judgment. Practice calmly and steadily naming each emotion as it arises, whether it’s joy, anger, frustration, or any other feeling. Remember that emotions are natural and temporary, and it’s okay to simply observe them without reacting.
  4. Urges: Notice any cravings or urges that arise, such as the desire to eat excess food or engage in an unwanted behavior. Acknowledge the presence of the urge without acting on it and understand that it will eventually pass. Pay attention to how your body feels as the craving arises and remind yourself that it will subside with time. Instead of wishing for the craving to go away, focus on the knowledge that it will naturally fade away on its own.

By practicing these mindfulness techniques, you can cultivate greater awareness of your thoughts, sensations, and emotions, leading to a sense of calm and inner peace.

Table 2. Three (3) Straightforward mindful exercises. Adapted from:  Whitfield, T., Barnhofer, T., Acabchuk, R. et al. The Effect of Mindfulness-based Programs on Cognitive Function in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Neuropsychol Rev 32, 677–702 (2022). 

Conclusion and Key Takeaways

In conclusion, the “Understanding Mindfulness” module is intended to provide a comprehensive exploration of the transformative potential of mindfulness practices in enhancing well-being and resilience across diverse contexts. From educators and social workers to retirees and individuals coping with various health conditions, mindfulness offers invaluable tools for navigating life’s challenges with greater ease, compassion, and resilience.

Throughout the module, we have examined the definition and overview of REMIND techniques, their benefits for educators, social workers, and learners, and their applications in promoting work-life balance, supporting retirement transitions, and managing various diseases. Real-life examples and case studies have highlighted the positive impact of mindfulness on different target groups, illustrating its effectiveness in enhancing quality of life and promoting holistic well-being.


Key Takeaway 1

Mindfulness as a Transformative Practice: Mindfulness practices such as meditation, mindful awareness, and deep empathy offer transformative tools for cultivating self-awareness, resilience, and well-being across diverse contexts.


Key Takeaway 2

Benefits Across Professions and Life Stages: From educators and social workers to retirees and individuals coping with health conditions, mindfulness offers benefits for individuals of all ages and professions, empowering them to navigate life’s challenges with greater ease and compassion.


Key Takeaway 3

Integration of REMIND Techniques: REMIND techniques provide structured approaches to fostering reflective engagement, empathetic communication, and mindful awareness, enhancing teaching effectiveness, promoting well-being, and fostering supportive learning environments.


Key Takeaway 4

Practical Applications: The module has emphasized practical strategies for integrating mindfulness into daily life, including managing stress, embracing change, and promoting self-care, resilience, and connection.


Key Takeaway 5

Continued Practice and Growth: Mindfulness is a lifelong journey of self-discovery and growth. By cultivating present-moment awareness, compassion, and acceptance, individuals can continue to reap the benefits of mindfulness in their personal and professional lives.

As we conclude this module, let us carry forward the insights and practices learned here, continuing to explore the transformative potential of mindfulness in enhancing well-being, resilience, and connection in our lives and communities.


Suggested Resources

Jennings, P. A. (2015, March 30). Seven Ways Mindfulness Can Help Trainers. Retrieved from


Doru, E. (2023, July 24). Mindfulness for Caregivers: 7 Techniques I Wish I Knew. Retrieved from Mindfulness for Caregivers: 7 Techniques I Wish I Knew ( 


Shiota, M. N. (2018, October 2). Is Awe a Path to Resilience in Caring Professions? Greater Good Magazine.


Greater Good Science Center. (n.d.). Happiness Break: 5 Minutes of Gratitude [Audio podcast episode]. Greater Good Magazine. Retrieved from (n.d.). Mindful Eating Exercises. Retrieved from 


Mind. (n.d.). Mindfulness exercises and tips. Retrieved from (n.d.). Just Color: Coloring pages for adults. Retrieved from 


Positive Psychology. (n.d.). Mindfulness exercises, techniques & activities.  Retrieved  from


Positive Psychology. (n.d.). Benefits of meditation. Retrieved from 


Harvard Health Publishing. (2021, October 14). Evoking calm: Practicing mindfulness in daily life helps. Harvard Health Blog. Retrieved from 

  1. Williams, M., Teasdale, J., Segal, Z., & Kabat-Zinn, J. (2007). The Mindful Way through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness. Guilford Press.

  2. McKay, M., Wood, J., & Brantley, J. (2007). The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook. New Harbinger Publications.

  3. Segal, Z. V., Williams, M., & Teasdale, J. (2018). Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression. Guilford Publications. 

  4. Kabat-Zinn, J. (1994). Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life. Hyperion.
Skip to content