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Center for Healthy Minds
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University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Madison, WI 53705-2280
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Illustration of hands connecting by Grzegorz Wójcik via iStockPhoto
A Compassionate Approach Leads to More Help and Less Punishment
December 17, 2015

Compassion – and intentionally cultivating it through training – may lead us to do more to help the wronged than to punish the wrongdoer

School Empty Hallway Photo by Christopher Webb via Flickr Cc
Center Partners with the School of Education to Improve Preservice Teacher Education and Reduce Teacher Burnout
December 1, 2015

The Center partners with the UW School of Ed to reduce teacher burnout

Youth Thrive Web
Gift Expands Faculty and Research to Help Youth Flourish
October 6, 2015

Gift enables research investigating mental health for at-risk youth

Picture of a sunset above water by Moyan Brenn via Flickr
Keeping Up That Positive Feeling
July 23, 2015

New research on the relationship between savoring positive emotions and overall well-being

Photo of preschool children doing crafts by Barnaby Wasson via Flickr
The Growing Mind
July 23, 2015

Lying, fighting with others and acting disobediently are behaviors sometimes seen in preschool classrooms, but what sets the brains of children who behave this way apart from those who don’t?

Meditation  Park Photo By Sebastian Wiertz Flickr CC
Mindfulness and Beyond
July 20, 2015

Center researchers and scholars are just beginning to explore how meditation affects well-being

Photo of footprints in sand by JBeers
Center Photo Contest Winners
July 14, 2015

See how well-being inspires these photos from the Center's photography contest

Jill Mc Dermott Meeting by David Nevala
UW–Madison Collaboration Promotes Well-Being in the Workplace
July 6, 2015

The Center for Healthy Minds partners with Wisconsin School of Business

Mother and Center staff with infant for Baby Brain and Behavior Project
Mother-Infant Study Searches for Insight Into Early Development
May 29, 2015

Center scientists examine how brain develops in first two years of life

Photo of the Education Building at UW-Madison by Jeff Miller via University Communications at UW-Madison
Kellner Gift to Bolster Synergy Between School of Education, Center for Healthy Minds
March 23, 2015

A generous gift will enable the Center for Healthy Minds and UW–Madison School of Education to study child development and well-being