Clinical Curriculum Developer,
DMH + UCLA PRevention Center of Excellence
Laura McMullin has extensive experience in education with expertise in mindfulness and social-emotional wellbeing. Over the past 20 years, Laura has been dedicated to transformative education working within a social justice framework. Through her research, Laura developed a model for integrative education rooted in wellbeing. She is passionate about supporting healing and wellbeing on an individual and collective level and is deeply inspired by the resilience of the human spirit and the power of community in nourishing the potential for personal and systemic transformation. She has fulfilled a variety of roles, including a K-12 public school teacher in both Los Angeles and New York City; university researcher and lecturer; teacher educator; professional development facilitator; curriculum developer and program evaluator.
Laura is a Clinical Curriculum Developer for the UCLA Prevention Center of
Excellence. Laura has a BA in Sociology from UC Berkeley, a Masters in Social Justice Education from UCLA, and a Ph.D. in Education from NYU where she focused on mindfulness and social emotional wellbeing for teachers.