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The Mindful Teen: Promoting Mindfulness and Resilience Among Adolescents

October 8. 2015
Li Ka Shing Center, Room 545

A talk on mindfulness: its scientific benefits, how it can support adolescent positive youth development and resilience

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The UC Berkeley Global Adolescent Health Colloquium and The Greater Good Science Center invite you to a talk by Dr. Dzung Vo on “The Mindful Teen: Promoting Mindfulness and Resilience among Adolescents” on Thursday October 8, 2015 in Li Ka Shing Center, 545 from 4:00-5:00pm (reception to follow). Dr. Vo will be discussing mindfulness: its scientific benefits, how it can support adolescent positive youth development and resilience, as well as resources including (but not limited to) The Mindful Teen book.

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