Mindfulness can be both a useful emotional regulation tool and a potential stressor for people who have experienced trauma. For children as well as adults, the idea of going inwards when our brains are full of memories and thoughts we struggle to evade can actually make us more agitated.
Mindfulness teacher and Echo parent educator, Laurie Cousins, has designed this training specifically for parents, teachers, and any other adult who works with children.
She will share techniques that assist in calming the survival brain and nervous system so that even children who have experienced trauma can enjoy the benefits of mindfulness.
Join us at the NOV 6 training to learn how trauma-informed mindfulness can help the children in your life build resilience and improve overall health.
Please click HERE to register.