This meditation is suitable for clients who may be carrying worries about the future or regrets from their past and want to experience a break from these burdens.
Imagine oneself as a mountain as a method of grounding in the face of mental events like emotions.
This segment guides you through a sitting meditation with breath as the primary object of awareness.
Facilitate one of the following activities with the child and their parent or caregiver to improve attachment and attunement in the relationship
Calming Corners can be an effective alternative to time-outs when kids are having a hard time. Work with the parent and child together to choose a spot in the house where the child can go whenever they need it: maybe a closet, a corner in a quiet room, or in a play tent. Involve the child in adding preferred activities and calming tools to the space, for example:
This practice guides one through meditation on the breath, then a body scan, then awareness of emotion, then awareness of thoughts, and ending with the breath.
This is a guided walking meditation.
This is a guided imagery for relaxation and self soothe.
This is a body scan practice focused on the chest and belly, useful for emotional awareness.
This practice is a guided imagery useful for grounding and connectedness.