Mountain Meditation

Imagine oneself as a mountain as a method of grounding in the face of mental events like emotions.

Sitting Meditation

This segment guides you through a sitting meditation with breath as the primary object of awareness.

Meditation for Working with Anxiety and Stress

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.

Walking Meditation Version Two

This is a guided walking meditation.

Forest Visualization Script

This is a guided imagery for relaxation and self soothe.

Self Meditation Script

This is a body scan practice focused on the chest and belly, useful for emotional awareness.

Web of Life Meditation

This practice is a guided imagery useful for grounding and connectedness.

Daring Greatly

Daring Greatly: In her book, Daring Greatly, researcher and author Brené Brown beautifully defines vulnerability as “uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure… [that] is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy courage, empathy, and creativity.” In other words, vulnerability is uncomfortable but often necessary to foster emotions and experiences that help us feel fulfilled and satisfied in life. Take some time to think about ways you can practice vulnerability in big and small ways, and maybe even challenge yourself to experiment with being vulnerable.

Calming Color Meditation

This is a guided meditation activity that can help clients identify feelings and physical sensations of feelings intheir bodies.

Feelings Iceburg

This intervention is useful for helping children more tangibly understand how they display or hide feelings from others in their life. This can be a helpful intervention to gather information and reflect what can be worked on in the therapy setting.