A regular mindfulness practice has been found to help reduce attention problems, improve mental health and wellbeing, strengthen impulse control, alleviate stress, and enhance social-emotional resiliency. Here are some simple exercises you can do at home with your child to promote their happiness and overall well-being...
A regular mindfulness practice may seem like a daunting thing to do in an already too short of a day. So, instead of adding another thing to your to-do list, just find a few moments during the activities you already do with your kids to practice some of these ideas. It will teach them the life-long skills of being present and centered.
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Austen is a pediatric occupational therapist with experience in schools, early intervention, and private clinic settings. She now runs her own private practice in Portland, OR specializing in movement based learning techniques. This blog's mission is to educate and empower parents and children by sharing insights into the complexities of learning and development.