Koru Mindfulness Teacher
libby webb Trainer
Libby is a co-founder of the Center for Koru Mindfulness®. Before retiring in 2016, she was a licensed clinical social worker at Duke University’s Counseling and Psychological Service, and a Clinical Associate on the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center. Libby found great meaning working with young adults, helping them explore the question of meaning at a time of life filled with such ambiguity.
Libby came to the practice of mindfulness through her early participation in the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program. Her interest in mindfulness expanded to include the integration of present moment awareness skills taught in the practice of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In addition to her interest in mindfulness, she also has a strong belief in the restorative benefits of small group work to illuminate the humanness of struggle
Libby is now a Koru Mindfulness Teacher and Trainer, and helps out around the Koru Center, when needed. Her meditation practice is based in the Insight tradition. Her Koru teaching has expanded to include teaching to adults of all ages. Libby lives in Durham, NC., the historical lands of the Eno and Occaneechi Native American Tribes. When not working, Libby enjoys cycling on the country roads surrounding Durham.
Koru Teacher since January 4th, 2016