Self-Compassion Course Study Author
Self-Compassion Course Delivers Significant Benefits
Neff's found that participation in an eight-week self-compassion workshop improved individuals' sense of well-being and the gains remained, even after a year.
CoE in the news
- “Report: More PE, activity programs needed in schools”
Covers Harold Kohl and Darla Castelli’s new Institute of Medicine study
- “Gift Aims to Add More Math Teachers”
Wall Street Journal
- “Back Story: How Ricardo Ainslie Penetrated the Vicious Drug War in Mexico”
Covers Ricardo Ainslie and his new book “The Fight to Save Juarez”
- “Don’t bet on longer school days”
New York Post
Quotes Erika Patall
College experts available to discuss:
School’s Role in Keeping Children Physically Fit
Kohl was an epidemiologist in the Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity in the CDC in Atlanta and in 2006 was tapped to help create the first U.S. Physical Activity Guidelines. On May 23 of this year, updated national physical activity guidelines were released by an Institute of Medicine committee led by Kohl.
Factors Affecting Men’s Mental and Emotional Well-Being
Rochlen is a leading national expert on men’s emotional and mental health. He has conducted research on men and depression in men, fathering, stay-at-home dads and, in general, is interested in research that focuses on the negative physical and psychological consequences associated with adherence to traditional male roles.
I know the neighborhoods where the night belongs to the gangs. I have gone to these and other neighborhoods trying to understand, trying to comprehend the nightmare that has enveloped the life of every person in this city.
Ricardo Ainslie, professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, describing the U.S./Mexico drug wars in his new book “The Fight to Save Juarez.”