Over twenty-five years of teaching and administrative
experience; a member of The Mindfulness in Education Network, The
Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education, The Mindful Schools Community of Educators, and the “mindful” magazine advisory team; Mindful Meditation Coach for the Bergen Barracudas Swim Team at Ramapo College; teaches Mindfulness in the Bergen County Correctional Facility and the Paramus Community School; also
teaches T’ai Chi and Qigong in the community; Leads retreats and workshops in Mindfulness and Voice Dialogue in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania,
North Carolina, and at Enders Island in Mystic, Connecticut; personal
meditation practice began in the 70’s and has included Mindfulness, Zen,
Hesychasm, Mikkyo, Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong, and Ninpo Taijutsu; an Ordained
Permanent Deacon in the Archdiocese of Newark, serving at Our Lady of the
Visitation Parish in Paramus, NJ.
Jim Morley, Executive Director, Krame Center
James Morley received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Duquesne University and is a certified yoga instructor. He has held teaching positions in Connecticut, India, and England and is presently Professor of Clinical Psychology at Ramapo College where he has served as Faculty President and is teaching courses including Psychology of Yoga, and Contemplative Psychology and has a longstanding interest in mindfulness pedagogy. He is currently serves as Director of the Krame Center of Contemplative Studies and Mindful Living. For sample publications see: https://ramapo.academia.edu/MorleyJames
Peter Shalit, Krame Assistant
Peter Shalit has a degree in Psychology from Syracuse University and has studied Eastern Philosophy and Practices in Asia. Peter is now in pursuit of his Ph D. in Clinical Psychology. He teaches free weekly day meditations, mobile mediations and mindful movement. Graduate of MBSR Fundamentals teacher training. Available to lead off-site meditations and introductions to mindfulness.