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(ELC) Mindful Self-Care - Columbus

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Education Service Unit 7 - North Building

2657 44th Avenue

COLUMBUS, NE 68601

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Held at ESU 7 North Building in Oak and Maple Room

Holly Hatton-Bowers is an assistant professor in child, youth, and family studies and an early childhood extension specialist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Hatton-Bowers’ primary areas of interest and scholarly activity include creating and implementing programs designed to enhance the quality of early childhood development and early care and education and to use strategies that cultivate resilience, compassion, and kindness among caregivers and families. Her work focuses on contemplative practices, such as reflection and mindfulness to promote child, teacher, and family well-being. Specifically, these practices are examined for how they improve parent and teacher capacity for sensitive and responsive caregiving; particularly in the context of stress, and with vulnerable populations of children. As an Extension Early Childhood Specialist, she is active in translating and disseminating current research findings in the areas of caregiving and health in early childhood using an interdisciplinary approach.


Presenting Mindful Self-Care Early Care and Education Professional Wellbeing

This workshop focuses on using mindfulness and compassion as ways to promote teacher/trainer wellbeing. Participants will learn about mindfulness and the benefits of practicing mindfulness to reduce stress and promote self-care and wellbeing.

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