The Chill Project uses mindfulness-based exercises to equip students, teachers, and parents with a common language and universal skills to identify, discuss, and react positively to stress.
School has always been a source of stress, whether you’re taking classes, teaching, or parenting a student. Negative reactions to stress create a significant barrier to learning and growth. The Chill Project features dedicated professionals, a calming space, and regular instruction to help every member of a school’s community better handle pressure and anxiety.
Participating schools have experienced:
Participants in The Chill Project have access to:
To learn more about the program, contact William C. Davies, Ed.D, program
supervisor, at (412) 650-1116.