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June 29, 2022 at 8:16 pm in reply to: Why are we not talking about the state of CMind disbanding? #3384
Hi Leonard, and anyone else reading this!
Leonard, I have watched this space with interest to see if any members would take you up on your suggestion. Now I am back to share that Michelle Chatman and Lenwood Hayman will be holding space for an ACMHE Virtual Community Circle at 7pm ET on Thursday, July 7th.
The intent is for the circle to be for ACMHE members, so I don’t want to publicly post the Zoom link here (only members can log in to reply to this forum, but everyone can see the post content). But, I just sent out an email about it (from email@example.com — possibly check your spam folder?) with a link to RSVP for the Zoom info. I will also make a post about it on the community event calendar.
If for whatever reason you didn’t get the email to RSVP for the community circle, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll resend it to you!
If you can’t make the call on the 7th, we welcome you to share your ideas via this survey (or email us/me. But the survey helps keep things organized for us/me).
Carrie @ CMind
This isn’t specific to an academic/education context (more business/corporate/private clients, I think?), but what first came to mind as an example was the IMTA’s Code of Conduct (International Mindfulness Teachers Assoc.) for their certification program: “…a declaration of acceptable ethical and professional behavior by which all credential holders agree to conduct the training and business of mindfulness teaching. It is not intended to supersede the ethics of any school or tradition but is intended to be a basis for mindfulness teaching principles.” https://www.imta.org/page/codeofconduct
Hope this helps? Thanks!
CarrieJune 24, 2021 at 3:54 pm in reply to: New Comprehensive Textbook about Holistic Healing for Post-Secondary Education #1344
Wonderful – Congratulations, Peter!