Mindful Explorers is dedicated to providing the foundational aspects that allow children to discover better health and wellbeing through education and empowerment.
what we do
Our trauma-informed, evidence-based Mindfulness-Based Social-Emotional Learning (MBSEL), curriculum integrates Mindfulness-based stress reduction, MBSR, and Social-Emotional learning frameworks from the CASEL. Our restorative narrative framework inspires, hopes while destigmatizing emotional, mental, and behavioral issues. Mindfulness-based Interventions have proven to be effective in a wide variety of stress-related and clinical problems:
We all face trauma, adversity, and other stresses. People respond to stress either through healthy or unhealthy coping mechanisms. Mindfulness provides a roadmap for adapting to life-changing situations, and emerging even stronger than before.
Helps Deal with Pandemic Effects
Pandemic has highlighted the trauma and adversities children face daily.
Promotes Inclusive Learning
Creates a more equitable and inclusive learning environment, providing children of diverse backgrounds a way to mitigate the toxic stress and trauma they encounter.
Mindfulness stops hyperactive nervous systems to allow children to focus and retain information.
We all face trauma, adversity, and other stresses. People respond to stress either through healthy or unhealthy coping mechanisms. Mindfulness provides a healthy roadmap for adapting to life-changing situations, and emerging even stronger than before.
● Columbia University found an $11 return resulting from every $1 invested in SEL programming.
● 93 percent of PK through 12th-grade teachers, surveyed nationally, believe SEL is very or fairly important for the in-school student experience.
● 83 percent of principals surveyed say that an increased focus on social and emotional learning would have a major benefit on school climate.
● Attention span-persistence, or the attentional aspects of self-regulation, at age 4 is a significant predictor of math and reading skills at age 7 and age 21 and college completion by the age of 25.