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Education in Childhood

Carla Giambrone

University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Dr. Giambrone's journey through research, psychotherapy, teaching, and yoga centers on empowering others toward embodied mindful practices to increase interpersonal connection, communication, mindfulness, and attuned self-regulation.

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Mindfulness Education Social-Emotional Curriculum Well-Being Community Inclusiveness Home Schooling Parent-Teacher Connection Learning Environments Early Childhood Education Learning Through Play Child Development

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The current challenges of at-home schooling, distance and on-line learning due to Covid-19 have created unprecedented questions in learning continuity and its relationship to socio-economic gaps in children's education. There is a large discrepancy in learning environments both cognitively and emotionally in the homes of school aged children. Mindfulness and social-emotional programming in schools have grown exponentially in recent years.

The aim of this book is to use mindfulness practices to bridge recent gains made in school with current evidence based research and professional expertise so that school-aged children continue to learn and to grow intellectually and socially despite not being in the physical classroom. The scope of chapters will include practical advice and implementable ideas for parents, caregivers and teachers as well as theoretical explication for specific steps illuminating theory into practice. Community based learning circles and inviting the aims of the public library into the private living room are explored.

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Carla Giambrone

University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Professional Education Ph.D., Counseling & School Psychology. State University of New York at Buffalo. Presentations Giambrone, C. (2020). Invited Speaker to the Pulsus Conference (pulsusconference.com) 3rd Global Experts Meeting on Psychiatry and Mental Health. Let them see you sweat: Integrating yoga and well-being. Tokyo, Japan, April 2020. (Canceled due to Covid-19). Giambrone, C. (2018). Invited Speaker to the Villa of Hope Residential Treatment Facility Psychiatry Team, Peer-Supervision Team & Avalon High School Teachers. Guiding Adolescent Girls through Seven Developmental Strands. Based on the book Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood by Lisa Damour, PhD. Dr. Sandra Mitzner, Chair & Dr. Lynn Lambert, co-chairs. Giambrone, C. (2018). Invited Presenter to the Villa of Hope Psychiatry & Psychology Treatment Facility Team. Trauma, Dissociation & High Risk Behavior in Adolescence. Sandra Mitzner, MD, Chair. Giambrone, C. (2018). Invited Speaker to the Villa of Hope Mental Health Group Supervision Team. Mindful Self-Care in Everyday Life. Lynn Lambert, PsyD, Chair. Giambrone, C. (2017). Invited Speaker & Workshop Presenter to the Western New York Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders (WNYCCCED). S.K.I.P the Stress - Caregivers Self-Care in Progress. Mary Tantillo, PhD, Chair. Giambrone, C. (2016). Invited Speaker to the East Rochester Union Free School District Board of Education Executive Committee. Wellness and Yoga in the Schools. Dr. Mark Linton, Superintendent of Schools. Giambrone, C. (2016). Invited Speaker to PathStone Development Board Retreat. Fill Your Well: Increased Capacity for Self-Care and Stress Management. Amy Casciani, Senior VP of Real Estate Development. Kripalu. Invited Researcher – Yoga Research Symposium. Spring, 2015. Concept Mapping Yoga in Nairobi Schools. http://kripalu.org/article/1576 Giambrone, C. (2013). Peer-Reviewer. International Journal for Yoga Therapy. B.G. Bullock, Editor. Licenses/Certifications 2020 New York State, Licensed Psychologist, License Number in process. 2019 PESI-Legal and Ethical Issues with Technology in Mental Health. 2018 Harvard University - Clinical Directors Network, Clinical Leadership Academy. 2017 Cf-CBT Training - On-line course via the Trauma Network. 2016 Yogis in Service - Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training for Youth. 2015 Families Moving Forward Coach for families impacted by FASD. 2014 Kula Yoga Project, Advanced Teacher Training. 2012 Baptiste Power Yoga Institute Level 3, Teacher Training Alumna. 2008 Coach Training Alliance Certified Coach (CTACC). 2007 Baptiste Certified Power Yoga Instructor (baronbaptiste.com). 2006 Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (e-RYT) ID # 27693 2004 NYS Certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by NYS Dept. of Economic Development Registration# 49586, Giampro Corporation. 1999 New York State Permanent Teaching Certification; Reading K-12 #914852991. 1999 New York State Permanent Teaching Certification; English 7-12 #894320991. 1998 Leadership and Supervisory Skills for Women, Rockhurst University, Rochester, NY. Professional Experience 2018-2020 Linden Oaks Specialty Assessment and Treatment Services (LOSATS). Evaluator and therapy provider to adolescent and adult abuse victims and offenders. Rochester, NY. 2016-present Flourish Yoga Project. Founder & lead instructor at yoga studio specializing in wellb-being programming, yoga, life skills training, and community outreach. www.flourishyogaproject.com 2014-2020 Adjunct Instructor for University at Buffalo, Graduate School of Education, Counseling, School and Educational Psychology Department. Created and teach on-line graduate class: CEP 548 – Coaching for Wellness and Physiological Integration, part of the NYS SUNY Approved Certificate in Wellness and Engagement. 2017-2018 Pre-Doctoral Internship. Villa of Hope, Rochester, NY. Therapy provider to residential youth at mid-level care, certified Sanctuary Model campus. Created evidence based trauma informed therapy model; taught and supervised staff with implementation of yoga and meditation; attended and presented at bi-monthly Supervision groups. 2014-2017 Mt. Hope Family Center, Rochester, NY. Pre-doctoral clinical site providing neuro-psychological testing to evaluate youth for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). 2015-2016 Research Foundation of New York at Buffalo State College. Created and taught a 10-week Yoga Social Intervention program for teens with FASD, focusing on social skills and self-regulation. Work included literature searches and write-ups, presentations to the RF, IRB approval, organization of yoga team, completion of research measures, bi-weekly teaching of the Yoga Social protocol, and completion of follow-up research visits. 2013-2015 Graduate Assistant in the Counseling and School Psychology Department of the Graduate School of Education; worked with Dr. Catherine Cook-Cottone, Dr. Janice Delucia, Dr. Sandro Sodano and Dr. Wendy Guyker. 2005-2016 Yoga Instructor www.carlayoga.com Midtown Athletic Club & private studio. Rochester, NY • Leader & developer of regional and international retreats and workshops incorporating yoga, life path coaching, writing, Socratic circles™, and LEAN® Coaching Methodology • Instructor of weekly yoga classes. • Created and instructed yoga/lifestyle 40-days’ programs through yoga, meditation, nutrition and coaching. 1994-Present Giampro Corporation Founder/CEO Rochester, NY • Negotiate and manage Resident Maintenance contract with the Eastman Kodak Company (1990- 2012), Rochester, NY. • Acquire commercial real estate portfolio, manage tenants & lease agreements, and on-going site maintenance. • Oversee buildings and grounds maintenance, hire & manage subcontractors. • Certified New York State Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), April 2004. 1986-2015 Chief Financial Officer North Eastern Insulation Co., Inc. Macedon, NY. • Administered construction accounting & financial management according to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in conformity with accounting principles accepted in the USA; developed and supervised corporate team including bonding, insurance, legal and contract management personnel. • Initiated and administered specialized construction accounting software, specifically The Contractor by Maxwell Systems. • Created, administered, and managed comprehensive Human Resources Program including employee health insurance, retirements, employee handbook, internal auditing and internal & external accounting teams. 1992-2000 High School English & Elementary Reading Teacher, Buffalo, NY, & Rochester, NY. • Taught every grade K-12 (except 8th) in the Lake Shore Central, Springville Griffith Institute, Ganada Central and Wayne Central School Districts. • Wrote and implemented cross-cultural and interdisciplinary English and World Studies Program for 9-10th grades. • Taught and mentored student writers to produce their senior newsletter. • Created and coached Interact Program connecting students to the volunteer community in hospitals and day-care programs. • Created and administered building wide kindergarten- 5th grade peer-learning/reading program. • Developed and trained teachers in K-5 Freewill Friends healthy relationships program. Professional Service & Honors • Editor of CPQ Neurology and Psychology Journal (Fall 2018 - present) • CLIC – Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration; University of Rochester – invited researcher/guest – leading innovation in the opiod crisis. • Invited Peer Reviewer for Medical Science Monitor Basic Research (Spring 2018 - present) • Sponsored by LOSATS for training in administration of the MEGA: Multiplex Empirically Guided Inventory for Adolescent Sexual Offense Assessment (San Diego, Winter, 2019) • Sponsored attendee by MSB for Answers to Breakthroughs in Treating Binge Eating Disorder: The Role of Neurobiology, Physiology & Truama (Winter, 2018) • Board Member for the Western New York Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders (WNYCCCED) (2016 – present) • Graduate School of Education Union (GSEU) Professional Development Award Recipient (Fall, 2015) • PhD Graduate Student selected to develop Fulbright Scholar International Application (Fall, 2015) • Executive Committee Member to the Graduate School of Education (2014 – 2016) • Graduate Student Representative to the University of Buffalo Counseling and School Psychology Department Faculty. PhD cohort selected, 2013 – 2014) • National Association of School Psychologists, Student Representative (2013-2015) • Africa Yoga Project Mentor teacher to Jamo Mweu (2013-2016) • Key Study Personnel and approved member via the Collaborative IRB (International Review Board) Training Initiative (CITI) for the Africa Yoga Project Research Mission (2013-2016) • International Journal of Yoga Therapy; Peer Reviewer, Fall, 2013 • Eastman Kodak Company Year-over-Year Safety Award (2011) • SUNY Fredonia College Foundation, Board Member (2010-present). Committee posts: Development Committee. • The House of Ruth, Board Member, Rochester, NY (2010-2013) • Unity Hospital – Partial Hospitalization Eating Disorder Clinic. Created, underwrote, taught and trained service corps/volunteer yoga program for partially hospitalized patients, Rochester, NY (2007-2009) • Rochester Business Journal 40 Under Forty Award (Fall 2003), Rochester, NY. • Trustee, The Harley School, Rochester, NY (1998-2003) Chair, The Development Committee, (1999-2003) Executive Committee Member, (2002-2003). • Trustee, Geva Theater Centre, Rochester, NY (2001- 2006) Committee posts: Vice-President, Chair Government & Foundations, (2002-2003) Vice-President, Chair Individual Giving (2003-2004) Vice-President & Co-Chair, Strategic Planning (2004-2005) • Elected by Faculty as Commencement Student Marshall, SUNY Fredonia (Spring 1992) • Horace A. Lanza Award for Excellence in Education, SUNY Fredonia (Fall 1991) • Laura Foster Award for Excellence in Study of Literature, SUNY Fredonia, two-year winner (Fall 1990 & 1991) • Kappa Delta Pi inductee, International Education Honor Society (Spring 1990) Community Advocacy & Support • Train volunteers in teaching yoga, trauma awareness, and mental health privately and through the Rochester Yoga Service Network (2013-present). • Created and train employee/teachers in LEAN Coaching and Yoga Method at Flourish Yoga Project, studio founded in 2016. • English and yoga teacher/volunteer in Rabat, Morocco through Cross Cultural Solutions (April, 2013) • Key fundraiser and research team member for Africa Yoga Project research mission (2012). • Habitat for Humanity, Girls Build team organizer and supporter (2010-2011). • Created and underwrote the NorthEastern Insulation Co., Inc. /Joe & Carla Giambrone Medical Education Classroom at the University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital, in support of the double-helix curriculum for medical school education (Spring 2000).

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