Discussing how an understanding of the Three Principles and our state of mind is relevant in the face of racism, discrimination and inequalities.
Join the SPARK team for this final Young Adults session. This Break out session will be a wonderful way to wrap up of any lingering questions from the conference. We will share insights we have seen in the past 3 days, and welcome all of yours as well!
In this break out, the SPARK team and special guests, will dive deeper into how an understanding of the mind specifically relates to young people, the world they live in and how this understanding can be particularly helpful in navigating everyday challenges young people face.
Diving Deeper – Why it is helpful to look towards the mind as a source rather than things from the outside.
In this break out, Brooke Wheeldon-Reece and Ashley Hunt from The SPARK Initiative, will share what they heard from the first sessions of the day. They will focus on how they have seen, specifically for young people during COVID-19, it has been helpful to look towards the mind as a source of their experience rather …
Professor Anthony Kessel and Panel, answer your research questions following their main session (here) comprising: Brooke Wheeldon-Reece (The Spark Initiative) Debbie Fisher (I-Heart) Jeanne Catherine (Three Principles Research & Consulting) Louise Scott (Beyond Recovery)
Professor Anthony Kessel and Panel, comprising: Brooke Wheeldon-Reece (The Spark Initiative) Debbie Fisher (I-Heart) Jeanne Catherine (Three Principles Research & Consulting) Jacqueline Hollows, Alfie Chambers & Louise Scott (Beyond Recovery) The Q&A research panel that followed this can be found here