Charlotte Reznick • Friday All Day
locATION: BLUE ROOM
In today’s fast-paced, complicated world, mindfulness, meditation, and imagination (MMI) practices offer enormous potential for providing children with compelling experiences in therapy that enable them to access their inner wisdom.
MMI strategies are also among the best tools to help children cope with anxiety, anger, sadness, grief, and fear.
- Imaginative healing tools for helping children manage and transform a range of uncomfortable emotions and overcome sleep disturbances
- How to help children achieve peak performance in school and live peacefully with siblings and parents
- How to best match different types of MMI with an individual child’s temperament and life situation
This session will continue with workshop 305.
Charlotte Reznick, PhD, an educational psychologist, is associate clinical professor emeritus of psychology at UCLA. She’s the author of The Power of Your Child’s Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success.