the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something.

Mindfulness is a practice with the outcome is to improve the social and emotional worlds, while addressing the impact of the occurrence. Examples include: emotions, thoughts, behaviors, mindfulness (observing your mind) loss, addiction (of repeated exposure to violence), mindful grieving, relationships and beyond. Mindfulness is an attitude to address healthy coping skills and seeks to integrate mind, body and spirit. It’s also a way of life toward long-term wellness and recovery to address it at the core.

Our Mindfulness process will introduce innovative and appropriate engagement, interaction and time sensitive healing approaches that directly benefit trauma and restorative justice survivors in the moment of their crisis. We also shift the current paradigm of survivor restoration to restorative and self-empowering.


Living in the moment & awakening to your current experience


Awaken the consciousness of youth service providers and those that set policy and inspire them to infuse programs with compassionate mindfulness practices.


Educate individuals to go from being Trauma Informed to becoming Trauma Sensitive.


Deepen and challenge current best practices while exploring radical new ideas that truly transform and benefit young victims

Strategies for Mindfulness

brings focus, clarity, peace, and empowerment to the self


Orient participants towards building an interconnected group atmosphere, understand and define mindfulness, and to learn and practice some introductory mindfulness techniques.


Basic Goodness/ True Nature

Participants to begin exploring the difference between “who we are and what we do”.  The difference between inherent value and the fact that sometimes human beings make mistakes.


Managing Emotions

Explore the relationship between impulses/urges, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Participants are taught a number of techniques to regulate impulsive thinking & behavior.

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This practical application module focuses on offering participants tangible mindfulness-based emotional intelligence & regulation skills through a question/answer supportive group process.


Interpersonal Relationships

Learn the difference between and the impact of healthy vs. unhealthy relationships. Mindfulness-based activities emphasize previous concepts such as emotional intelligence, impulse regulation, & basic goodness as applied to healthy interpersonal relationships.



Participants to define the role of compassion in their lives and to develop a deeper sense of compassion. This module comprises specific mindfulness and experiential activities geared toward fostering compassion within the group.



Explore the relationship between impulses/urges, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Participants are taught a number of techniques to regulate impulsive thinking & behavior.

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Transforming Negative Core Beliefs

Learn what a core belief is, how to identify it and how to reframe it.  The goal: to develop deeper self-awareness.


cuase & effect

Learn how actions, thoughts, decisions, and words create occurrences. The refinement of this module is a deeper exploration of how participants envision their future to be. This is based on what they understand as their current present realities and responsibilities, what they will accept and what changes they are willing to make.


Drafting your Dreams

Inform participants to see how much they have a choice in their lives and how setting goals and having dreams can redefine their lives.

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Cognitive Behavioral Inception

This involves creating an individual project with the goal of helping individuals to identify an issue to work on in an effort to have them move onto the next level of closures and healing.


Transcendental Meditation

A exploration of exposing the energy and power within us. It’s a 2x per day 20minute process. Participants have discovered, less stress, alertness, more energy,  calmness, overcome mental and health issues and more.