Episode 082 :: Rose Pavlov :: Ivy Child International

Rose Pavlov

As mindfulness becomes more common in contemporary society, so is its acceptance as a part of public and private school systems. Children are learning how to observe their outer environment and inner experience, widening the gap between stimulus and response, and making more intentional choices in their words and actions. Along the way, they learn valuable lessons in the value of finding calm.

Rose Pavlov is the Founder / President and CEO of Ivy Child International, an international non-profit that develops and facilitates mindfulness based cross cultural health education programs. As a child specialist and educator, her research interests range from applied positive psychology and mindfulness based learning with children and youth, to international issues such as overcoming devastation and trauma, as well as urban challenges. Her professional experiences have led her to partnerships with UNICEF and World Vision. Most recently Rose was a featured TEDx speaker on “Unlocking Children’s Potential Through Mindfulness” in 2014.

Special thanks to Adaliss Rodriguez for her help in arranging this interview.

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Music for This Episode Courtesy of Rodrigo Rodriguez

The music heard in this podcast is from Rodrigo Rodriguez. You can visit his website to hear more of his music, get the full discography, and view his upcoming tour dates.

About Ted Meissner

Ted Meissner has been a meditator since the early 90’s, is a UMass Center for Mindfulness Qualified MBSR Teacher, and is the host of the podcast Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science. He has been interviewed for Books and Ideas, Mindful Lives, and The Whole Leader as well as several other podcasts, and has presented about mindfulness to various groups including the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Harvard Humanist Hub, and Be The Match, the National Marrow Donor program. Ted has been published in Perspectives on Psychological Science, Mindful, and The International Journal of Whole Person Care.

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