Earn a Bachelor’s degree that will help you integrate the practice of mindfulness into your professional practice and personal life.
Build a strong foundation in the history, theory, and practice of mindfulness so that you may integrate mindfulness into your professional practice and personal life. This specialization is for those interested in the professional fields of health and wellness, social work, and counseling.
Mary Beth Lawton
Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education / Developmental Psychology
Assistant Professor of History
Early Childhood Studies
Psychology and Applied Therapies
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