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Sunday, March 20 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Mindful Parenting Is Jewish Parenting

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How many times have you heard the phrase "It goes by so fast"? We often find ourselves attempting to balance careers, personal pursuits, and family, wishing we had more time. We want the time we spend with our children to be meaningful, uninterrupted by the stress of our to-do lists. Mindful parenting allows us to be present moment to moment, open-hearted, nonjudgmental, and to experience ourselves and our children as we really are. By practicing mindfulness, we are empowered to teach our children how to be emotionally present for others and to chose how they respond to they world around them. Mindful parenting reminds us to notice the joy in small moments, the holy in the mundane; it enhances our connection with our children, with the divine within them, and within ourselves. In this session we will discuss mindful parenting from a Jewish perspective and learn simple daily practices to bring mindfulness into your life.

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Laura Kulick

Laura Kulick is a clinical social worker, 200-hour certified yoga teacher, wife, and mother to a one-year-old daughter. In her career, Laura specializes in incorporating mindfulness practices, yoga, and meditation into psychotherapy. Laura is originally from Buffalo, NY, and after... Read More →


Sunday March 20, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am
Lavin-Bernick Center -- Room 205 Tulane University, 201 Boggs, New Orleans, LA 70118