Part I: Teaching Mindfulness to College Students and Other Emerging Adults Chapter 1. Koru: A New Model Chapter 2. More about Emerging Adults and Mindfulness Chapter 3. Strategies for Bringing Mindfulness to Emerging Adults Chapter 4. The Research Behind Our Teaching Part II: Creating a Mindfulness Course Chapter 5. Structure and Logistics Chapter 6. The First Class Chapter 7. The Second Class Chapter 8. The Third Class Chapter 9. The Fourth Class Part III: Conclusion Chapter 10. Koru: New Developments Chapter 11. Transformation
Holly Rogers, MD, is a psychiatrist who worked for 23 years at Duke University's Counseling and Psychological Services, the clinic that serves the Duke student population. She is a co-developer of Koru Mindfulness and a co-founder of The Center for Koru Mindfulness. Margaret Maytan, MD, MA, is a psychiatrist recently retired from Duke University Medical Center. She is currently working part-time in community mental health. Dr. Maytan is a longtime practitioner of mindfulness meditation and has extensive training in mind-body skills.
"The program's success is a testament to the perseverance of two dedicated Duke MD's and the need for mental training to support and assist college students as they navigate this difficult and uncertain time in their lives." -- Trish Kinney, HuffPost Blog "Mindfulness for the Next Generation is a useful guide for those readers looking to bring mindfulness education to the emerging adult college-student population. It provides a clear rationale for why this intervention may be effective for emerging adults as well as a clear implementation structure." -- PsycCRITIQUES