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Equitable Mindfulness: A Framework for Transformative Conversations in Higher Education

Center: Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience

Written by Tiara A. Cash, Nika Gueci, and Teri Pipe.

Background: Mindfulness, the practice of present moment experience, can be employed as a tool for grounding in difficult conversations and creating pathways for transformative change in communities.

Cash T.A., Gueci, N., Pipe, T. (2021). Equitable Mindfulness: A Framework for Transformative Conversations in Higher Education. Building Healthy Academic Communities Journal, 5(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/bhac.v5i1.7770

 

 

Equitable Mindfulness Resource Sheet

Center: Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience

Looking for books to read, apps to download, or personal practices related to equitable mindfulness? Check out this resource page!

Ask the Expert

Arizona State University

Nika Gueci, Executive Director for University Engagement at Center, recently participated in an "Ask the Expert" video for resources on ASU's campus for who are in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction, interested in recovery, or want to support someone in recovery. Nika also delves into her doctoral research within this population.

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