In this session, Mary Doane and a group of panelists turn towards parenting – a specific type of care relationship that brings unique challenges and joys. Our panelists will share their experiences of where they find integration and where doubt creeps in, along with considering whether mindfulness helps people be a better parent and how being a parent affects mindfulness practices.
The session was held on April 25th.
This interview between Mary Doane and Aisha Adkins from Caring Across Generation discusses what it’s like to be at the intersection of caregiving and young adulthood and managing your own future while caring for your loved one in the present. This interview was recorded on November 3, 2022.
Drawing on years of experience as a hospice volunteer and chaplain, Alistair Shanks shares various practices that help us to be fully present to the experience of dying and how the use of both speech and touch can be beneficial at the end of life. This session ran on November 16, 2022.
Drawing from her own experience as a Sandwich Generation Caregiver, Mary Doane shares how the use of mindfulness, compassion, and clear boundaries can shift how you feel about your role, how you act within it and how you care for yourself in addition to others. This session ran on April 27, 2022.
In this session, Roy Remer shares ways to bring more ease and connection to all our online communications. This session ran on March 17, 2021.
In this session, Roy Remer shares short, easy mindfulness practices to help healthcare workers reset and renew in the midst of these unprecedented times. This session ran on January 20th, 2021.
In this session, Roy Remer shares how mindfulness can support you in accessing compassion, and provide practical ways to reclaim compassion in the face of compassion fatigue. This session ran on September 10th, 2020.