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The Center for Work and Family Life is available to help in the following ways:
- practicing better self-care
- activating and expanding your support sytem
- applying and integrating the information found in these book & web resources into your daily living
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Reading List Notations:
Green font indicates books that have been read by Center for Work and Family Life staff.
The Center does not specifically recommend or endorse any particular literature, nor does the absence of books from this list represent a recommendation against such works.
The Center for Work and Family Life would like to thank and give credit to the Stanford University Faculty and Staff Help Center, which was instrumental in helping to assemble this reading list.
Web Resources Notations:
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Carroll, Michael (2004). Awake At Work. 35 practical Buddhist Principles for discovering clarity and balance in the midst of work’s chaos. Boston: Shambhala.
Goldstein, Elisha and Stahl, Bob (2010). A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
Kabat-Zinn, Jon (1994). Wherever You Go There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life. New York: Hyperion.
Smalley, Susan L., and Winston, Diana (2010). Fully Present: The science, art and practice of mindfulness. 2010: Da Capo Press.
Nhat Hanh Thich (1991). Peace is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life. New York: Bantam.
UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. MARC is a resource with classes, meditation groups and online resources.
The MARC website includes free meditation podcasts
Here is a YouTube video of Jon Kabat-Zinn leading a mindfulness session at Google.