Meet Dr. Rochelle Calvert

Dr. Calvert has studied mindfulness for over 10 years, and leads classes/seminars in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness for Clinicians, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness Based Eating and Mindful Parenting.

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Latest Information From New Mindful Life

SIT Course – 2016-03-01

This six-week course is designed to introduce mindfulness practices in a simple and clear progression to integrate mindfulness into your life. Mindfulness is the practice of cultivating purposeful present moment awareness without judgment to the experiences that are arising inwardly as well as outwardly. As we learn to cultivate mindfulness within we can begin to […]

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BLOG: Practices in Presence, Connection, and Giving & Receiving a post by Dr. Rochelle Calvert, PhD BCBA

Practices in Presence, Connection, and Giving & Receiving *Holiday Edition* a post by Dr. Rochelle Calvert, PhD BCBA The true intention behind giving and receiving is the connection it grants us, threading its way into various aspects of the holiday season. During this stirring time, the most beautiful present of all is the presence we provide to ourselves. By taking care […]

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BLOG: a poem, “Rest”, by David Whyte submitted by Alisha Chapin

“Rest” a poem by David Whyte a post submitted by: Alisha Chapin MA BCBA REST is the conversation between what we love to do and how we love to be. Rest is the essence of giving and receiving; an act of remembering, imaginatively and… intellectually but also physiologically and physically. To rest is to give […]

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Blog: An Image of Gratitude a post by Matthew Goodman, MA BCB

An Image of Gratitude a post by: Matthew Goodman, MA BCB This image of bowing to the earth is a powerful symbol of my personal practice of gratitude, loving-kindness, and self-compassion. At the same time as we bow our heads and join our hands as a sign of gratitude- for our practice, for our bodies, […]

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