Dr Emma Sciberras and Dr Subhadra Evans present an overview of mindful parenting, including the evidence base for the approach.

A new program based on co-design principles, Parents That Mind, is presented, together with results from the recent pilot study testing the program’s feasibility and preliminary efficacy.  Presented to AADPA Members on Monday, 15 July 2019, watch the webinar replay below.

Subhadra Evans is a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology at Deakin University. Subhadra researches mind-body interventions for chronic pain and stress.

After completing her PhD in 2006, Dr Evans spent time as a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the UCLA Pediatric Pain Program where she received a prestigious 5-year career development award from the National Institutes of Health to train as an emerging leader in mind-body medicine.

Since joining Deakin in 2016, Subhadra has continued her research in mindfulness and yoga, developing a mindful parenting intervention for parents of children with ADHD.

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