Helping kids (& teens) regulate big emotions with mindfulness

How we can help kids (and teens) express big feelings, more mindfully.

Child Genius: ¿académicamente brillante pero emocionalmente inepto?

Emotional vs Academic Intelligence The other week we caught the end of the TV show ‘Child Genius’ – where children with (usually) a high score on Mensa take part in a quiz to become the Child Genius for that year. These kids demonstrate an amazing array of skills – from their ability to remember facts […]

¿La tecnología está desconectando a nuestros niños?

  In society we want things easy. Maybe it’s a combination of technology, lifestyle and the way our brains are developing.  Reading the book ‘Mind Change‘ has been fascinating as I learn I am a ‘digital immigrant’.  That means I have been introduced to blogs, emails and the tech stuff  later in my lifetime. According […]

Ayudando a los niños y adolescentes a conectarse con las emociones a través de la atención plena

One of the issues that we face as children (and all the way through life) is recognising what we feel, when we feel it. I have been practising meditation for years, yet just the other day I felt really flat and couldn’t name my feeling. It was so frustrating and disorientating. I went for a […]

Diferencias entre mindfulness y meditación para niños y adolescentes

Welcome to our next video blog. Here you’ll see me (Lorraine Murray) explain the differences between mindfulness and meditation and what works best for kids/teens. I’ll also talk about how mindfulness and meditation helps with kids developing their emotional intelligence. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJiKG8ArlJo&w=420&h=315] Enjoy! Learn how to teach kids meditation (online course) Calm Kids book >>> […]

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