Expanding on the benefits of Calmer Choice curriculum well beyond the classroom, a Calmer Choice Mindfulness Coach is a comprehensive approach to seeding resilience, compassion, and wellbeing into a local school district’s educational culture.
We are thrilled to be able to offer mindfulness programming this summer in a variety of contexts! We have a little something for everyone and hope to be able to get interested people involved in what we have to offer.
Calmer Choice seeks a Summer Intern to assist with Marketing, Communications and Development efforts. Candidates must be local or be willing to spend early June through late August on Cape Cod, MA.
On my desk is a diagram of the “regenerative social design canvas” – it’s a framework we are using this winter and spring as we create our next three-year strategic plan for Calmer Choice.
It’s been an incredible period of growth and change for Calmer Choice. We are finding our sea legs in the wake of our dear founder Fiona’s retirement, melding skillsets with a new Leadership Team, celebrating a successful Fall event season, and making plans for the future.
An update from Stephanie Goley, Director of Program Services
Sarah Manion and John Fulone join Calmer Choice as Chief Program Officer and Chief Operating Officer
In late September, Calmer Choice hosted our inaugural Community Stakeholder Breakfast sponsored by Eastern Bank.
As I begin the process of handing over the reins of this most amazing organization, I am keenly aware that mindfulness and all that goes along with it around self-care, being in the present moment, taking care of ourselves and each other with kindness - all of this is more important than ever.
Katelyn Loring is an Occupational Therapy Doctoral candidate at Tufts University. Katelyn spent the summer interning at Calmer Choice researching the efficacy of the organization’s virtual, adult mindfulness programs.
We interviewed Katelyn to learn more about her background, interests, results of her research study, and plans for the future.