Certificate Course in Activity-Based Mindfulness for Kids: Teaching attention, emotional balance & compassion in schools and clinics – Susan Kaiser Greenland
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Kids don’t have an on/off switch…
When kids need to calm down, focus and be still, many struggle to modulate their attention, emotions, and behaviors, which can be overwhelming and exhausting in school, at home and in your sessions.
Over time, this trend wears down teachers, parents and clinicians while fueling stress, frustration, conflict and disappointment for children and caregivers alike.
Break the vicious cycle with activity-based mindfulness! Join internationally known mindfulness expert and author, Susan Kaiser Greenland, for this intensive certificate course on mindfulness practices for kids. You’ll gain step-by-step implementation instructions for dozens of customizable mindfulness games and activities to help the children you work with increase focus, enhance self-regulation and strengthen compassion.
Through brief yet effective mindfulness activities, you will be able to foster six essential life skills for your young clients or students — Quieting, Focusing, Seeing, Reframing, Caring, and Connecting. Plus, you’ll also gain tips and techniques to develop your own activities, and strategies to help when a child refuses to participate or becomes disruptive during activities!
Don’t wait to get started earning your certificate and implementing these transformative mindfulness activities to help kids and caregivers develop mind-body awareness, compassionate life skills, and stress management.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this certificate training…
Join Susan Kaiser Greenland, JD, for nine, step-by-step modules where you’ll discover empirically tested mindfulness activities you can implement immediately to help your young clients or students develop stronger attention, greater emotional intelligence, enhanced self-regulation skills, and strengthened compassion for themselves and others.
The Framework of Activity-Based Mindfulness
Most people are drawn to mindfulness because they want to fix something (whether it be with themselves or someone else, like parents with their children). In this module, you’ll gain essential foundational insight about mindfulness. You will learn the five methods of mindfulness practice, and a formula for mindfulness success — play, practice, share and apply.
Key topics covered in this module include:
- Mindfulness defined
- How to use “anchors” in mindfulness
- Exploration of the Inner Kids Model
Enhancing Attention Through Mindfulness
In module two, you’ll learn games that can help your young clients improve their focus, and strengthen their ability to quiet themselves, through various methods and themes.
Susan provides essential insight into:
- Mindfulness category 1 of 3: attention
- Developing restraint and releasing nervous energy
- The window of tolerance for nervous system stimulation
- Techniques for when a child is disruptive during a mindfulness game
Reframing Perspectives Through Mindfulness
In module five, you’ll learn effective strategies to help children think of situations in a new light.
Key areas of focus in this module include:
- Engaging in analytical thinking
- Techniques using appreciation as a focus
Tools for Compassion
The third and final category in mindfulness is compassion, and module six focuses on the foundation and tools to effectively grow abilities for attuning, caring and connecting with the self and others.
After introducing compassion you’ll expand to cover:
- Strategies to focus on the present moment
- Tips and tools for kids that are bullied
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