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Using Mindfulness and Meditation with Kids with Charlotte Reznick

A New Road Map for Working with Kids and Teens:
NP0057 – Session 2

 
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How would you incorporate meditation, mindfulness, and imagery (MMI) to help kids and teens in your practice? Was there something that made you think deeper in what Charlotte presented? What did you think of this session?

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3 Responses to Using Mindfulness and Meditation with Kids with Charlotte Reznick

  1. Heather says:

    Charlotte, I am happy to hear that you are now sharing your work with energy. I do the same myself with both children and adults. I think it is time for all of us who work “outside of the box” to share our experiences and what works to help others. Thank you for listening to your own wizard within.
    Heather McKechnie, Newmarket, ON, Canada

  2. JaneMcCarty says:

    Charlotte,I like the reminder to help children and teens tap into their inner wisdom and giving them tools as a way to do that. I do, though, have a question about how you deal with the resistance teens have occasionally to doing this kind of imaginal work. How do you work around that? You gave examples of how you work around defenses for younger kids. I am looking for ideas of that for older teens, 13 year old’s and up.
    Thanks for any more guidance… and I appreciate the many dimensions of your approach.

  3. JaneMcCarty says:

    Charlotte,I like the reminder to help children and teens tap into their inner wisdom and giving them tools as a way to do that. I do, though, have a question about how you deal with the resistance teens have occasionally to doing this kind of imaginal work. How do you work around that? You gave examples of how you work around defenses for younger kids. I am looking for ideas of that for older teens, 13 year old’s and up.
    Thanks for any more guidance… and I appreciate the many dimensions of your approach.
    Jane from Maine

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