SERVICES

Alison offers a wide range of services, including facilitation, mentoring, and coaching.

She also welcomes requests for customized courses, workshops, and projects.

For additional information, please email her or complete the form on her Contact page.

EQUITY-FOCUSED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

FOR EDUCATORS & SCHOOL LEADERS

Alison leading an introductory mindfulness workshop for elementary school staff in Brooklyn

Alison leading an introductory mindfulness workshop for elementary school staff in Brooklyn

Alison’s offerings include:

1. The Relationship Web: Strengthening Trust and Communication at School

2. Catch Your Breath: An Experiential Introduction to Mindfulness for Educators

3. Take Care: Prioritizing Self-Care and Strengthening Resilience

4. Examining Mindset: Keys to Teacher and Student Success

5. Messaging in Every Moment: Lesson Planning Shifts that Increase Student Motivation, Engagement, and Performance

6. Teaching From the Inside Out: Implicit Bias Training for Educators

For details, please review Alison’s Professional Development Offerings (link opens a PDF file in a new window).

If you are interested in a customized workshop, series, or talk, please get in touch. Additional information about course offerings coming soon!

Mindfulness TEACHING AND TEACHER MENTORING

Alison teaches mindfulness and offers mentoring for mindfulness practitioners and teachers around the world, both in person and via videoconference. She can meet with you over Skype, Zoom, or another videoconference program of your choice.

For practitioners:

  • Mindfulness teacher for students, staff, and faculty at CUNY School of Medicine, 2016-present

  • Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach’s Power of Awareness introductory online mindfulness course

For mindfulness teachers:

COACHING FOR TEACHERS AND SCHOOL LEADERS

This part of the site is under construction — please check back soon! In the meantime, to learn more about Alison’s work with the Institute for Student Achievement (ISA), please visit:

  • Alison’s bio on the ISA website

  • An article from the ISA blog that profiles Alison’s coaching work as part of a Carnegie Foundation study