Guest Posts


thought it might be useful to group together the guest posts here at MindfulTeachers.org, and I thought 'mindful teachers' might be interested in the guest posts I've written. 



Book excerpts and guest posts here at MindfulTeachers.org, by experienced teachers and teacher trainers. (I accept a very limited number of guest posts; if you're interested in writing for Mindful Teachers, please see the FAQs before contacting me.) 


Eight Principles of Teaching Mindfulness Meditation to Adolescents 
Adapted with permission from A Mindfulness-Based Approach to Working with High-Risk Adolescents, by Dr. Sam Himelstein

Eight Principles of Trauma-Informed Yoga and Mindfulness Teaching 
by Robyn Hussa Farrell, MFA, E-RYT, NOURISH Recovery Yoga 

The Importance of 'Deep Listening' to Young People 
by Dr. Sam Himelstein, Center for Adolescent Studies 

A Lesson in Classroom Management 
excerpted with permission from A Path with Heart: The Inner Journey toTeaching Mastery by Pete Reilly 

Losing Control, Gaining Authority 
by Didde and Nikolaj Flor Rotne, Stillnessrevolution 

Mindfulness in Schools: Research-Based Support for Teacher Training 
by Brandi Lust, Learning Lab Consulting 

Nine Tips for Effective, Compassionate School Leadership 
by Katie Yezzi, Senior Principal of Troy Preparatory Charter School 

Realistic Self-Care: Is It Possible to Keep All the Balls in the Air? 
co-written with my sister, Rev. Dr. Deborah Hannay Sunoo, pastor of Magnolia Presbyterian Church

Setting Boundaries with Teens 
excerpted with permission from What Works with Teens: A Professional's Guide to Engaging Authentically with Adolescents to Achieve Lasting Change by Britt Rathbone and Julie Baron

Tips for Including Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students in Mindfulness, Meditation, and Yoga Classes 
This was a collaborative effort from a group of nine d/Deaf and sign-proficient teachers and counselors from four countries. 

Training Compassionate Educators to Respond to Childhood Trauma 
by Dr. Jennifer Parker, Child Protection Training Center at the University of South Carolina 

A Very Brief Introduction to How Trauma Affects the Brain 
by Dr. Sam Himelstein, Center for Adolescent Studies

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