Awareness in Mind (AIM)

A comprehensive K-12 program that introduces the concepts of Mindfulness and Compassionate Communication to middle and high-school students, fostering their emotional well-being and interpersonal skills.


The Awareness in Mind (AIM) program aims to familiarize young individuals with mindfulness and compassionate communication. Its purpose is to assist students in enhancing their mental health and overall well-being by implementing Social-Emotional Learning interventions that tackle prevalent mental health issues, including depression and anxiety. Specifically tailored for middle and high-school-aged students, this course is meticulously crafted to foster emotional and social intelligence, empowering them along their journey.

Our free Courses

Awareness in Mind
Teacher Enrichment Program

July 31- August 6, 2023

Awareness in Mind
Course For Middle and High School Students

Coming soon in Sept 2023

More Reasons
To Join Our Program

As mentioned before, the Awareness in Mind: Mindfulness and Compassionate Communication Course that we are proposing is to be utilized at your school as a Pilot Project. The AIM Curriculum combines non-violent communication with mindfulness training as a way to help empower students to communicate interpersonally, utilizing capacities such as self-awareness, empathy, peace/selfcontrol, self-esteem, etc. The following are five of the main goals of this course:

To explore how awareness of one’s inner state can translate to more skillful and effective means of navigating the world and relationships with other people.

To use the experience of practicing Anapana to create a framework for understanding the mind and its various states.

To explore the challenges of real-world communication and develop methods for remaining present and connected to the life in ourselves and others.

To develop skillfulness in empathic listening, including listening behind judgments to what is alive inside a person in pain

To empower one to distinguish between how to respond to life situations when they are “triggered” or in emotional pain versus how to navigate life when they are centered and self-connected—thus teaching them the value of connection versus violent provocation in interpersonal communication.

What we Can
Offer You


Experienced Facilitators

Skilled professionals adept at guiding and leading interactive discussions, workshops, and learning experiences.


Free of cost

Accessible to all without any financial burden, providing valuable resources and opportunities at no expense to the participants.


Suitable For Large Groups

Designed to accommodate and engage a significant number of participants, ensuring inclusivity and impactful interactions.


Excellent testimonials

Positive feedback and reviews from satisfied participants, highlighting the outstanding quality and value of the product or service.

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Frequently Asked

The purpose of these courses is to provide a school-based mental health intervention that combines mindfulness and meditation practices with non-violent communication techniques. The course aims to empower students to connect with themselves and others in a more productive and compassionate way, promoting emotional well-being and social connection.
The courses is designed for middle and high school students, acknowledging the increasing mental health challenges faced by this age group. It aims to address the needs of students across racial and socio-economic backgrounds.

The courses combines inward-focused techniques of mindfulness and meditation with outward-oriented tools of non-violent communication. Students will learn mindfulness practices to develop self-awareness, empathy, self-control, and peace. They will also learn non-violent communication strategies based on the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) approach by Marshall Rosenberg.

The courses addresses the mental health crisis by promoting self-awareness, emotional regulation, empathy, and compassionate communication. By developing these skills, students can navigate the challenges of real-world communication, connect with others, and avoid violent or destructive behaviors. The course aims to improve students’ mental and social well-being.
The courses recognizes the importance of supporting teachers and parents in fostering students’ mental and social well-being. It emphasizes collaboration between schools and parents, providing parents with awareness and tools to work with schools. By empowering parents and creating a supportive environment, the course aims to improve students’ overall social-emotional health.
Yes, the courses is designed to be inclusive and suitable for schools with diverse student populations. It addresses the importance of fairness, equality, and creating safe spaces for all students to feel heard and affirmed. The curriculum can be adapted to meet the specific needs and cultural contexts of different schools and communities.
The courses aims to empower students to remain connected with their own values in any situation and establish quality connections with others. By developing emotional and social intelligence, students are better equipped to navigate life challenges, improve the quality of their lives, and become upstanding citizens. The course promotes lifelong skills for emotional and social well-being.

To connect with the OurAIM Foundation, you can follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official website
  2. Look for the “Contact Us” or “Connect With Us” section on the website.
  3. Find the relevant contact information such as email address, phone number, or contact form.
  4. Reach out to the organization by sending an email or filling out the contact form, expressing your interest in connecting.
  5. Clearly state your purpose for connecting, whether it’s to inquire about the course, express your support, or explore collaboration opportunities.
  6. Provide your contact details, including your name, email address, and any other relevant information.
  7. Wait for a response from the organization. They may reply via email or contact you through the provided contact information.
  8. If necessary, follow up on your initial communication after a reasonable amount of time if you haven’t received a response.
  9. If the organization has social media accounts, consider following them and engaging with their content to stay updated on their activities.
  10. Attend any events, workshops, or seminars organized by Awareness in Mind to connect with like-minded individuals and deepen your engagement with the organization.

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