Anna has lots of experience working with special educational needs and explains how her new book really helps young people connect to their bodies, minds and breath.
Perhaps those two words ‘mindful’ and ‘swearing’ are not ones you expect to see in the same sentence.
But I’m realistic in my approach to meditation and how we teach it to kids and teens.
How we can help kids (and teens) express big feelings, more mindfully.
This simple visual can help your kids use their superpowers (aka meditation) to self-regulate!
As it is mental health awareness month…How to identify when a child is feeling stress? When children are not able to adapt and cope with stress, they may respond in several ways.
Some fantastic resources for you to use if you have children who are anxious about returning to school.
Helping kids set up their personal meditation practice…
We loved this beautiful video that really helps (mindfully) explain autism. Being Connected Kids, our experience confirms (again and again) that we would also include teaching meditation to kids on the spectrum to reduce stressed behaviours. Enjoy! Meditation and mindfulness – to help kids on the Autism Spectrum Mindful Parenting – learn how to […]
Lorraine E Murray, founder of Connected Kids hosts an Interview with Suzanne Scott, founder of the charity Trauma Informed Parenting Scotland What is trauma informed parenting? What difference does it make to a young person if their parent is trauma informed What difference does it make to the parent if they can be trauma informed […]
How does the young brain work? I’m delighted to let you know that I’ll be speaking at the pre-school neuroscience online summit My talk is aired on Friday 4th September 2020 and is free until the 5th September 2020. The founder of these summits (Helen Maffini) is a passionate, lovely and professional advocate for bringing […]