Author: Dana Asby
Dana Asby, MA, M Ed, is a developmental and educational psychology researcher and author, as well as a mindfulness, growth mindset, transformational leadership, and instructional educator. She is the Project Specialist for the National Federation of Families.). Dana recently co-authored a book called "Compassionate School Practices" with her colleagues at MHTTC. Dana also founded a parenting education service called Parent in the Moment. As a trauma-informed yoga teacher and neuroscience researcher, Dana understands how mindfulness can change the structure of the brain to help heal the effects of attachment disorders, mental health challenges, trauma, and toxic stress. Dana is a Peace At Home teacher and parent coach.
A Mindful Transition into SummerPosted on
As the summer is upon us, many families are looking at their calendars and wondering how to make the most of their time together. Some parents are working from home, juggling child care and their jobs. […]
Seeking Gratitude Brings You Towards HappinessPosted on
By Dana Asby, Education Coordinator, New England Mental Health Technology Transfer Center For many of us, our relationship to happiness has changed over the past year and a half. Many of the things that we once […]
Center for Educational ImprovementPosted on
Peace at Home: Bringing Parent Education Online Posted on August 13, 2018 Dana Asby, CEI Intern Many parents, especially first time parents, have low levels of self-efficacy in parenting. In fact, 79% of parents want […]