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Trauma-Informed Toolkit: Family Mindfulness Schedule

Trauma-Informed Toolkit: Mindfulness – Family Mindfulness Schedule

Parents can help children achieve mindfulness by modeling mindfulness themselves, or by teaching their child to focus on the present moment. Take a few moments with your child when you wake up to explore the morning through your senses and do a quick body scan, noticing the sensations in each part of your body. Rather than rushing through meals, eat slowly, and mindfully recognize how the food looks, tastes, and smells. Promoting creativity and mindfulness teaches children how to cope with anxiety and everyday stressors they will deal with for the rest of their life. For resources on bringing mindfulness into your day and building your trauma-informed toolbox, click below. 

Family Mindfulness Resource

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