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A Human Painted In Watercolor Holding A Hand Over Heart To Demonstrate The Link Between Stress In The Body And In The Mind
When Feelings of Stress Align with the Body, People Have Higher Levels of Well-Being
May 10, 2019

When stress levels in the mind and body are in sync, a person is more likely to have higher levels of well-being

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New Program Launches Well-Being Pilots in Workplaces
May 2, 2019

A new program from Healthy Minds Innovations, the nonprofit affiliated with the Center for Healthy Minds, brings well-being skills to workplaces.

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New Research Examines If U.S. Veterans Sought Mental Health Treatment Before and After 9/11
March 29, 2019

Faculty member Simon Goldberg shares research about mental health treatment delays in the U.S. veteran population

Circle Of People Meditating Demonstrating How Mindfulness Meditation Can Be A Tool For Treating Mental Illness
Mindfulness Meditation is Useful in Mental Health Treatment, but Evidence for Some Conditions Outpaces Others
February 14, 2019

Mindfulness meditation is helpful for mental health treatment, but more research is needed

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New Partnership Supports Increasing Emotional Well-Being for Teens
February 14, 2019

Healthy Minds Innovations launches a new research partnership to support adolescent well-being

Silhouette Of Hand On Fence With American Flag In The Background To Depict Parent Child Separation At The Mexico Us Border
Researchers Warn Mental Impact of Incarceration and Border Separation on Kids
December 17, 2018

Faculty member Julie Poehlmann-Tynan explores the impacts of parent-child separation

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Brief Meditation Practices Differ in Buffering Against Stress
December 12, 2018

When stressed, brief meditation practices work differently and not all are equally helpful

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Happy and Healthy Communities – What’s Working in Well-Being Research
November 26, 2018

Center founder Richard Davidson participated in a roundtable organized by the NIH about the future of emotional well-being

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Center Research Expands with Arrival of New Faculty Member Simon Goldberg
October 26, 2018

The Center for Healthy Minds welcomes new faculty member Simon Goldberg, who studies the effectiveness of mindfulness-based interventions and explores what works in successful therapist-patient interactions

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New Program Focuses on Well-Being of Educators in Mexico
October 25, 2018

The Center and Mexico-based nonprofit AtentaMente are piloting a program to improve school cultures and educators' well-being