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Mindfulness work with children and young people


28/11/2019 09:30






About this event

This very practical workshop is an introduction to mindfulness, focusing on the origins of mindfulness and how it can benefit children and young people.

Key learning:

  • What mindfulness is and what it offers children and young people
  • How to explain mindfulness in a meaningful way to children and young people
  • The link between regulating emotions and impulsive behaviour
  • How to apply mindfulness techniques in your work with children and young people.

Facilitator bio

Jan Montgomery is an experienced and knowledgeable trainer. She is an BACP Accredited Adult Psychotherapist, a Play and Creative Arts Therapist, an EMDR Practitioner, NLP Practitioner and qualified Personal and Corporate Coach. Jan has also completed a Certificate in Traumatic Stress with the Trauma Centre at Bessel van der Kolk’s Justice Resource Institute, Brookline. Jan also completed the Mindfulness Association Level 2 Certificate of Readiness to Teach their Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC).

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