We believe that no child or family should have to experience violence in #Ukraine or anywhere else in the world. The consequences of insecurity, being uprooted from your home, and being pulled out of school can have a lasting effect… Continue Reading →
In these difficult times, we ask that you remain open to our shared common humanity. Situations such as the armed conflict between Russia and the Ukraine can trigger a lot of reactions – fear, anger, outrage, hopelessness. Sometimes people reach… Continue Reading →
Understanding and supporting successful work-related relocation Sociocultural Adjustment and Well-being in Third Culture Kids and their Families: A Longitudinal Study Background Aims and design of the study Living within an international community comes with its unique challenges and opportunities. Big… Continue Reading →
Our second Non- Violent Communication (or NVC) workshop, led by Onorina Magri, introduced how to communicate our needs and make requests of others. Participants enjoyed a lovely morning together. We look forward to hosting another one of these workshops in… Continue Reading →
April 20— Our group showed up with vulnerability and authenticity, and offered support and validation during this weekend’s mini mindfulness retreat with a special focus on chronic pain and chronic illness. We practiced mindfulness to our body’s sensations and grew… Continue Reading →
March 16— Does being mindful mean being indifferent to our experience? Take a look at this blog post and see what you think.
We had a great retreat Saturday. Six participants learned ways to hone attention skills with curiosity, compassion and courage. We talked about how it is the mind’s natural state is to wander and how we can teach it to attend… Continue Reading →