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4 Keys to Teaching Children Mindfulness 

4 Keys to Teaching Children Mindfulness 

By Amy C. Balentine, PhD, coauthor of The Self-Compassion Workbook for Kids Teaching mindfulness—the practice of being present in the moment—to children from an early age can help them develop… READ MORE

How to Make ACEIP Therapy Productive

How to Make ACEIP Therapy Productive

By Lindsay C. Gibson, PsyD Adult children of emotionally immature parents (ACEIPs) have learned to accommodate authority figures by suppressing their own emotional truth. Empathically sensitive, they use amiability to… READ MORE

We Can Do More for Our Boys—Like What?

We Can Do More for Our Boys—Like What?

By Christopher S. Reigeluth, PhD, author of The Masculinity Workbook for Teens “You’re a _________.” For far too long, boys have been socialized to follow masculinity rules that are more… READ MORE

How Can Mindfulness Help Young Children?

How Can Mindfulness Help Young Children?

By Monica Moore Jackman, OTD, MHS, OTR/L, author of Mindfulness for Preschool and Kindergarten A few weeks ago, my fellow school-based therapists and I were setting up our therapy room… READ MORE

The Many Masks of Trauma

The Many Masks of Trauma

By Russ Harris, author of Trauma-Focused ACT “Trauma” is the Greek word for “wound,” and “psyche” is the Latin word for “soul.” From these ancient words, we get both the… READ MORE

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