Dr. Kamilah Majied is a mental health therapist, clinical academician, and internationally engaged consultant on inclusivity and contemplative pedagogy and practice. She has practiced and taught Buddhism and mindfulness practice from several perspectives including mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, mindfulness and racial justice, Buddhism and mental health, and mindfulness practices to preserve the environment. Dr. Majied gave opening remarks at the first White House Conference of Buddhist Leaders on Climate Change and Racial Justice, where she also facilitated a dialogue on ending racism amongst the internationally represented Buddhist leadership. After 15 years of teaching at Howard University in Washington DC, Dr. Majied has recently joined the faculty at California State University in Monterey Bay as a Professor of Social Work. Drawing from her decades of contemplative practice, clinical training, and social justice leadership, Dr. Majied engages practitioners in experiencing wonder, humor and insight through transforming oppressive patterns and deepening relationships.
This profile was last updated on June 8, 2020
Mind & Life Connections
Mind and Life Institute • July 12, 2020
2020 Summer Research Institute
2020 Summer Research Institute Session
The Role of Contemplative Practice in Cultivating Cultural Humility and Inclusivity in Research and Education