MINDFULNESS-BASED

 WELLNESS &

RESILIENCY

for

PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONNEL

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TRAINING

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a skill that promotes overall well-being and helps to reduce, and more effectively manage, the stress of our modern busy lives. Mindfulness Training increases our capacity for attentiveness and presence and generally promotes a more open, relaxed, flexible, and less reactive state of mind.

Wellness & Resiliency

Mindfulness-Based Wellness & Resiliency (MBWR) is a 10-week wellness and professional development training for corrections and criminal justice professionals, law enforcement, first responders, and other agencies assisting at-risk populations.

Leadership

We offer an array of Mindfulness-Based Emotional Intelligence (MBEI) training, consulting, and coaching services to corrections and criminal justice professionals, law enforcement, first responders, and other agencies assisting at-risk populations.

 

ABOUT

The Center for Mindfulness in Public Safety promotes the research, development, and implementation of Evidence-Based Practices (EBP) supporting excellence, staff wellness, safe and humane environments, and successful outcomes in the fields of corrections and criminal justice, law enforcement, and other agencies involved in public safety. We provide research-based training and consulting for the implementation of Mindfulness-Based Interventions (MBI’s) such as Mindfulness Training (MT) and Mindfulness-Based Wellness & Resiliency (MBWR).

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Parole Officer

I used to get

triggered by the inmates. I can see a difference now - if I am yelling and angry with  inmates it increases their anger and they are more difficult.

 

If I am calm, they listen to me.


This program has helped me become a
better officer.

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Corrections Officer

   I was taught defensive tactics, situational awareness, and how to do searches. I wasn’t taught how to take care of me.

 

When you keep everything inside, something is bound to break.

 

Using these mindfulness tools, I’m able to communicate better than before and the inmates see it, too.

 Corrections Officer

This program is so important to the wellbeing of all our staff and will also benefit their families by encouraging great mental health and resiliency.


It is also giving me purpose and a renewed meaning to my work.

 

CONTACT

Contact Us

Head Office

PO Box 206 

South Deerfield, MA 01373

 

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