Mindfulness for Children (NY Times)
Read tips from experts including Inward Bound Mindfulness’s past Executive Director, Jessica Morey
Research on teen meditation retreats
University of Pittsburgh researchers explore the benefits and spectrum of experiences by teens during Inward Bound retreats.
Inward Bound profiled in Mindful Magazine
A journalist describes the experience of an Inward Bound retreat, plus an interview with Jessica Morey.
Jessica Morey on Ten Percent Happier LIVE
Jessica Morey joins Dan Harris on Ten Percent Happier LIVE to discuss staying calm in the world today.
Mindfulness for Teens Today (Tricycle)
A spotlight on two programs offering different approaches to mindfulness training amid a soaring mental health crisis
Jon Kabat-Zinn: From Doing to Being
The pioneer of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction reflects on living a more fully authentic life as “a way of being”.
Inward Bound Alumni in Mindful Magazine
Inward Bound retreat alumni featured in Mindful Magazine along with Dr. Dan Siegel’s bestselling book, Brainstorm
How to Be Mindful When You Are Angry (NY Times)
Jessica Morey discusses how to skillfully respond to anger as it arises.
How Self-Compassion Can Help Teens De-stress
Jessica Morey discusses recent research that shows mindfulness training in Inward Bound retreats can reduce stress and support health and well-being in teenagers.
How to Be Mindful on a Hike (NY Times)
Khalila Archer is featured in an article about mindfulness in daily practice.
Huffington Post: The Next Ten
Inward Bound is part of Huffington Post’s The Next Ten: causes that will shape the next decade.
Jessica Morey in Mindful Magazine
As Jessica Morey has learned—and what she now teaches to teenagers—the best guidance is discovered in ourselves.
More Inward Bound Press
|February 2020||Geek Mom||"Inward Bound Mindfulness Education"||An interview with Charisse Minerva Spencer about Inward Bound's programs and how mindfulness is such a wonderful tool for young people in the modern day.||Read|
|January 2020||Northwest Dharma Association||"Mindfulness Retreat Transforms Teens in Oregon"||Karen “Karb” Bullard takes us inside Inward Bound's 2019 Oregon Teen Retreat and the amazing experience shared. A wonderful account of how the Inward Bound retreat experience is so transformative, and a glimpse of the diverse backgrounds of teens and teachers that come together.||Read|
|October 2019||Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast||"Mick Neustadt on How Meditation and Mindfulness Changes Your Life"||Mick Neustadt joins Andrea Samadi on the Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast to talk about his experience teaching on Inward Bound retreats, and how mindfulness programs can be so profoundly beneficial to young people.||Watch|
|September 2019||Yoga Digest||"Change Maker Spotlight: Jessica Morey"||Inward Bound co-Founder Jessica Morey talks about how she got started with mindfulness, why it's important to have a message, mission and intention, and what Inward Bound's biggest challenges are.||Read|
|July 2019||VacationIdea||"Inward Bound Mindfulness Education"||A review of Inward Bound's range of mindfulness programs for people of all ages.||Read|
|June 2019||The Doctor Whisperer||"Jessica Morey, Executive Director of Inward Bound"||An episode of The Doctor Whisperer Podcast - the BUSINESS of medicine, with Jessica Morey||Listen|
|May 2019||TRNTO||"Toronto teens are overcoming exam stress in cool study lounges"||Inward Bound's Toronto Teen Retreat featured in TRNTO.com's exploration of how Toronto teens are overcoming stress and focusing on concentration, compassion and community.||Read|
|April 2019||South Bay Accent magazine||"Mindfulness for Youth"||South Bay Accent magazine takes a detailed look at mindfulness and Inward Bound retreats. (Page 55)||Read|
|October 2018||Touching the Trail Podcast||"Jessica Morey: Meditation for Teens"||Inward Bound co-Founder Jessica Morey joins Touching the Trail Podcast to talk about her story, how she found meditation, how teens aren’t as confusing or mysterious as one might think, and that teens too can and do benefit deeply from meditation.||Listen|
|April 2018||University of Washington||"Mindfulness Meditation and Adolescent Well-Being"||A small but growing body of research shows that mindfulness may improve adolescent resilience to stress through improved cognitive performance and emotional regulation.||Read|
|May 2017||Living from Happiness, KSFR Public Radio, Santa Fe||"Teenagers + Mindfulness = Yes!"||Inward Bound advisor John Braman and alum Hannah Carroll are interviewed on Melanie Harth's radio show.||Listen|
|July 2015||Buddhist Geeks Podcast||"Relational Mindfulness"||Jessica Morey discusses the impact of mindfulness education on teens, the resurgence of relational forms of mindfulness with younger generations.||Listen|
|November 2014||Shambala Sun magazine||"Bodhi Tree"||Executive Director Jessica Morey has written a review of Susan Murphy’s book Minding The Earth, Mending The World: Zen And the Art of Planetary Crisis.||Read|
|September 2013||Greater Good||"How to Teach Teens About the Brain"||Inward Bound is featured in this article by volunteer retreat staff Amir Flesher as a model for teaching teens contemplative practices in a fun, socially supportive environment.||Read
|July 2013||Santa Fe New Mexican||"My View: Meditation Retreat Improves Health"||Ariel Parrella-Aurell, a teen retreatant on one of Inward Bound’s summer retreats, writes about her experience.||Read|
|September 2012||Lion's Roar magazine||"Chilling Out, Naturally"||Jessica Morey writes about how to calm anxiety quickly with mindfulness.||Read|
|September 2012||Northwest Dharma Association||"Teens Explore Meditation and Mindfulness at Cloud Mountain Retreat"||Keri Pederson, Inward Bound and Seattle Insight Meditation Society Teacher, wrote about her experience on our Pacific Northwest Teen Retreat — her first ever teen retreat.||Read|
|Winter 2011||Tricycle magazine||"Lifting a Corner"||Tricycle Magazine had a feature article with Meara Hayden, a teen Inward Bound alumni, speaking about her experience with meditation.||Read|
|July 2011||Seattle Insight Meditation Society blog||"My Mind on Meditation"||Inward Bound is featured in this article by retreat alumni Emily Yuen.||Read