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Mindfulness Journal for Parents

Author : Josephine Atluri
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Build a better relationship with your kids through mindfulness Life with kids gets chaotic sometimes. You can't avoid it, but with mindfulness, you can practice simple ways to stay calm and work through moments of stress. This mindful parenting journal encourages parents to build mindfulness into their habits and routines with their kids. Through writing prompts and exercises, you'll practice creating empathy, honest communication, and understanding for both you and your child. Discover the power of mindful parenting: Insightful topics--Focused on everything from gratitude to staying cool in a crisis, these mindful parenting journal prompts help you appreciate the little moments and manage the tough times. Thoughtful writing--See how reflecting on your thoughts and reactions helps you engage with your kids from a place of compassion, and defines your values and priorities. Support and challenge--The mindful parenting exercises in this journal are designed to encourage and support you as a parent but also challenge your thoughts and behaviors to see if they serve your goals for your family. Stay connected to your kids with journal prompts that help you remain mindful, present, and curious.

Gratitude Journal for Parents

Author : Carmen Sullo
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My Mindful Journal Daily Workbook for Ages 5

Author : Happii Kids
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A Mindful Journal is a guide to cultivate gratitude and positive thinking in Children aged 5+. This is a self exploration parent-child journal designed to help your kids reflect on the positive parts of their day and come to terms with any negativity that life throws their way. Each page has a friendly guide (Emo the monkey) who asks questions and prompts your child to reflect on their day and their feelings. This workbook includes: 2 months of prompts you can work through with your child each day Emo the monkey! who will guide your through the workbook Color chart - color your feelings! Work on just 1 page each - made simple to keep yoru child engaged This journal has been designed to stimulate mindfulness, including: what makes them happy what makes them sad how they feel at different times of the day draw their feelings recognise feelings in others understanding what to do when you are upset or angry and many more! Used daily this Journal will help your child focus on their blessings and grow a positive mindset. Grab a copy! Excellent gift for Mom's Dad's or any Friend


Author : M. J. Silva
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Breathe is an interactive journal designed to help parents and caregivers nurture their mindfulness, self-motivation and - let's be honest - navigate with the often hard daily life of raising a child. Breathe journal helps mamas, papas and caregivers navigate the confusion and chaos of life with a simple reminder: that by taking the time to breathe we can appreciate our kids more and open space for a healthier upbringing.Always remember to breathe.

Mindfulness for Parents

Author : Amber Hatch
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Many of us find the challenges of family life, especially the early years daunting and overwhelming. The task of raising children is not easy, the stakes are high so how can mindfulness help us parent better? What is it? How do you do it? And does it help? This book will teach you how to become a better more patient parent using mindfulness. It will help you to: • Stay calm in a crisis • Feel more connected to your children • Be patient • Throw yourself into an activity • Not say something you may regret • Keep a sense of perspective Written in a friendly and accessible style Amber Hatch, author of Nappy Free Baby and Colouring for Contemplationincludes tons of practical information alongside anecdotes, tips and insights that will help any parent, whether they are new to mindfulness or well practiced, to achieve a calmer, more relaxed family life. Topics covered include: dealing with the early weeks, including mindfully allowing your baby to cry, joining your child in play and preventing mealtime and bedtime stress, screentime, encouraging outdoor play and saying no, developing positive qualities and managing difficult behaviour and introducing mindfulness to children.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families

Author : Philip Graham
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"The book is primarily written for child mental health professionals, especially psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health nurses, social workers and psychotherapists as well as those training in these fields. The book will also be found helpful by paediatricians and general psychiatrists. It is suitable both for trainees and for those with a more advanced knowledge of the subject"--Provided by publisher.

Parents and Families of Students With Special Needs

Author : Vicki A. McGinley
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Parents and Families of Students With Special Needs: Collaborating Across the Age Span teaches students the skills they need to effectively collaborate with parents and families to ensure a child's success in the classroom. Authors Vicki A. McGinley and Melina Alexander’s text takes a lifespan approach with a special emphasis on the critical transition points in a child’s life. Information is provided on what can be seen at each stage of an individual with disabilities’ development, and addresses concerns and needs that families may have during these unique phases of growth. Chapters written by professors and professionals who are also parents of students with special needs bring a diverse range of voices into the narrative. The authors provide an in-depth discussion of how parents and families are affected by particular disabilities, family system theory, the laws that affect individuals with disabilities, and assessments for individuals with disabilities.

Handbook of Research on Clinical Applications of Meditation and Mindfulness Based Interventions in Mental Health

Author : Gupta, Sanjeev Kumar
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Mental health has been a growing concern in society but recently has further come to light due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on societal well-being. With mental health issues such as depression on the rise, professionals need to implement new techniques that are effective in reducing psychological problems and enhancing psychological well-being. The integration of meditation and mindfulness techniques presents new methods for providing psychological intervention to alleviate psychological distress. Clinical Applications of Meditation and Mindfulness-Based Interventions in Mental Health presents mindfulness-based interventions in clinical and non-clinical conditions. This book disseminates evidence-based practices in the area of meditation and mindfulness to mental health professionals for the advancement of the mental health discipline and the benefit of students and trainees. Covering topics including mindful parenting, mediation, trauma-informed work, and psychological trauma recovery, this book is essential for mental health practitioners, therapists, psychologists, counselors, meditation specialists, professionals, students, researchers, and academicians.

A Mindfulness Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Author : Yoon-Suk Hwang
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This book presents emerging research on the effectiveness of mindfulness methods in reducing behavior problems associated with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in children. The volume synthesizes current research and theories on the therapeutic uses of mindfulness, specifically for people living with developmental disabilities. In addition, it examines a promising new study in which mothers of children with ASD learn mindfulness techniques for their own use and are then trained to teach the methods to their children. The book concludes with a report of poststudy findings and a discussion of practical and methodological issues regarding mindfulness interventions for ASD. Featured topics include: A genealogy of mindfulness, from original Buddhist texts to modern health applications. Implications for further research and advancement. Appendices of basic mindfulness exercises and activities. A Mindfulness Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders is a concise resource for researchers, clinicians and other scientist-practitioners, and graduate students in developmental psychology, social work, education, and related disciplines.

Mindfulness based Interventions with Children and Adolescents

Author : Nirbhay N. Singh
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This book comprehensively reviews mindfulness-based interventions for specific areas of functioning in children and adolescents, with refreshing insights and perspectives. Based on a solid foundation of research and practice, it presents the nature of mindfulness, examines the psychological processes that may underlie mindfulness, and explores how to assess it. Mindfulness is about how we can be attentive to and present for everything that happens in our daily lives. This book draws upon current research in the field in order to explore topics such as the fundamentals of teaching mindfulness to children and adolescents; assessment of mindfulness in this population; use of mindfulness in educational settings; and clinical applications in mental health, including substance abuse, hyperactivity, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. With contributions from internationally-renowned clinicians and scholars, this book provides a balanced account of the strengths and weaknesses of current research, and how mindfulness-based programs can be used to enhance wellbeing and reduce suffering. This book will be of great interest for academics, scholars and post graduate students involved in the study of the mental health of children and adolescents. It will also appeal to psychologists, psychiatrist, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation therapists and others, such as school counsellors, who provide clinical care to children and adolescents.