As a Mindfulness Consultant and Mentor, Elizabeth works in the area of burnout with adult professionals looking for more focus and energy, enhanced relationships, and improved performance.
Elizabeth is also a leader in mindful leadership, employee engagement, and resilience programs for organizations. Elizabeth has led mindfulness programs for Potential Project, a global leader in organizational effectiveness training, and continues to offer programs for non-profit and for-profit companies.
Elizabeth Prather has more than twenty years of leadership experience in healthcare management, non-profit and travel. As a former C-suite executive, Elizabeth found that meditation helped her cope and find success, even in stressful environments.
Elizabeth brings a depth of meditation experience with over 20 years of practice, training, and teaching. In 2012, she completed a three-year silent meditation retreat in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Soon thereafter, she started The Prather Group, a consulting and training firm dedicated to mindfulness programs rooted in neuroscience and positive psychology principles.
Elizabeth is interested in helping mental health professionals integrate mindfulness and emotional
intelligence interventions into their work as a way to help clients calm anxious minds, transform
negative emotions, and enhance self-acceptance and inner happiness.
Elizabeth has completed training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) through the University of California San Diego’s Center for Mindfulness, is certified in Emotional Intelligence training with sixseconds.org, and has undergraduate degrees in Biology and Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Elizabeth lives in Los Angeles and spends her free time hiking, enjoying the ocean, and searching for the perfect remote spot for her next meditation retreat.