Teaching Mindfulness to Kids Through Story & Art

Teaching Mindfulness to Kids Through Story & Art

Recently, we were treated to a wonderful new book that guides young children into mindfulness through creativity – Colorful Place by art therapist Jocelyn Fitzgerald and behavioral intervention teacher Heather McClelland. Loaded with bright and captivating...
This Isn’t the Usual Story You Hear About Gen Z

This Isn’t the Usual Story You Hear About Gen Z

“I am really beginning to understand what triggers me,” a 13-year old client recently told me. “I’m starting to recognize when I’m getting agitated. When I do, I use my breathing and my thoughts to manage my emotions, just like you taught.” It’s a blessing and a...
Listening to Yourself, Listening to Others

Listening to Yourself, Listening to Others

Hearing is just a physiological happening: You perceive sound. But listening? Listening happens when your brain makes meaning out of sound. It involves your active participation, whether you’re listening to others, your environment, or yourself. Learning how to listen...
Gratitude. It’s Not Just for Thanksgiving

Gratitude. It’s Not Just for Thanksgiving

Lynea had just finished helping a student lead her second grade peers through our Hoberman Sphere breathing process, followed by the Compliment Game. “What are three reasons why we give compliments to each other?” she asked the class. “It makes the other person feel...

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