Meta-analysis of Mindfulness Training on Teacher Well-being

Analyzes 18 control-trial studies of teachers using mindfulness interventions such as visualizations, meditation, breathwork, and yoga, finding that these approaches have positive impacts, including increases in teacher mindfulness and decreases in stress, anxiety, burnout, and depression.

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