Research
Mar27

Research

  The goal of MBA’s research is to investigate and disseminate the impact of mindfulness-based interventions with high-risk and incarcerated youth. Through both process-based and translational research, MBA’s intention is to continually contribute to the growing research of evidence-based interventions involving mindfulness and other contemplative approaches with youth populations.     Research Philosophy Research...

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Monthly Giving

Guiding Lights: Monthly Donor Program A small monthly gift to the Mind Body Awareness Project is an easy, affordable way to support us in our mission. Since 2000, we have been continually expanding our efforts to reach more at-risk youth in the Bay Area. Your monthly donation can make a huge difference over the long haul and financially anchor these critical programs: $25/month supports a weekly class for 12 Oakland youth $50/month...

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MBA Project’s Psychometric Measures

How do we measure the impact of our programs? The scales and psychometric measures used by MBA to evaluate the subjective effects and impact of our program on youth have been specifically chosen and reviewed by MBA’s Research Advisory Council to meet a range of criteria including: Validated scientific instrument Specifically validated and/or relevant for adolescent youth Appropriate reading level Cultural relevance The information...

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MBA’s Financials

The Mind Body Awareness Project’s programs are cost effective. Over 77% of every dollar we bring in goes to programs. MBA Project’s Historical Financials The MBA Project is happy to provide copies of our Form 990, the tax returns that we file with the IRS. Click on the links below. The MBA Project’s 2014 Annual Report MBA’s 2014 IRS Form 990 MBA’s 2013 IRS Form 990 MBA’s 2012 IRS Form 990...

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The Fire of Transformation Conference – Practical Mindfulness Skills for High-Risk Youth

JOIN US! The Fire of Transformation: Practical Mindfulness Skills for High-Risk Youth A Daylong Conference on February 19, 2016 This conference will focus on teaching mindfulness and emotional literacy skills to high-risk youth, using evidence based and trauma-informed practices. Delivering mindfulness and emotional literacy skills to youth populations can be challenging, especially for those youth those involved with substance abuse,...

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