Articles by Rana Chudnofsky, Ed.M.

Rana Chudnofsky, Ed.M. has served as the director of the Education Initiative at the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital since 2006. Her areas of specialization include relaxation techniques and cognitive strategies for clinical treatment centers, schools and universities. She received her training in Biofeedback from Boston Behavioral Medicine, trained in Vipassana Meditation at Vipassana Meditation Center, and is certified in Medical Qigong. Ms. Chudnofsky graduated from Harvard University where she earned her Ed.M in Technology, Innovation, and Education. She earned her B.A. from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with dual undergraduate degrees in psychology and education.

Stress Awareness: How Parents Can Help Their Children With Stress

April 7, 2017

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Stress Awareness: How Parents Can Help Their Children With Stress

14-year-old Jacob seems to have it all. He lives in a wealthy suburb, attends an independent school, plays sports, and is a star member of his school’s band. And yet, he feels uneasy and stressed. His body is going through rapid changes, making his voice crack, his face erupt with embarrassing acne, and his legs […]