Guest Talk: Mindfulness Interventions with Youth: A Meta-Analysis, with Sarah Zoogman
By: Education Program Gottesman Libraries
Published: 11/05/2012
Uploaded: 11/14/2012
Uploaded by: Education Program Gottesman Libraries
Pockets: Gottesman Libraries' Education Program, Guest Speakers
Tags: analysis, interventions, Meditation, mindfulness, youth

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Description/Abstract: Guest Talk: Mindfulness Interventions with Youth: A Meta-Analysis, with Sarah Zoogman, Thursday, 11/29, 12-1:30pm

Sarah Zoogman will discuss findings of a recent meta-analysis (Zoogman, Goldberg, Hoyt, and Miller, 2012, under review) that examined the effectiveness of mindfulness interventions with youth. A meta-analysis combines findings from independent studies to evaluate treatment effectiveness. The talk will include an overview of mindfulness interventions, the research findings, and the implications of these findings for future mindfulness interventions with children and adolescents.

Sarah Zoogman, M.A., is a fourth year student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program at Teachers College, Columbia University. Sarah works in Dr. Lisa Miller's lab, where she conducts research on mindfulness with youth. Sarah graduated Magna Cum Laude from Barnard College, Columbia University with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She has a Masters of Arts degree from NYU Tisch in Performance Studies and is a certified yoga instructor. Sarah is currently a psychology extern at St. Luke's Roosevelt at the Child and Family Institute, working with children and adolescents. She was previously an extern at Marymount Manhattan College, working with college students. Before starting in the doctoral program, Sarah taught children in the classroom and individually.

This event is sponsored by the Vice President's Office for Diversity and Community Affairs, Student Activities, Mindfulness & Education Working Group, and Gottesman Libraries.

Persons wishing to attend may rsvp by Tuesday, November 27th.

Also be sure to attend the HBS Colloquium The Undivided Self: Psychosocial Unity & Its Role in Education & Health with Ted Dimon later in the afternoon.

Where: 306 Russell