Preschool Mindfulness Summit Next Week!

Our children are dealing with increasing pressures at younger ages – to perform academically, in sports, and in the arts. While we know they will encounter stress, we can offer them tools to deal constructively with anxiety on their own when it arises. Offering practice in mindfulness in simple ways both at school and at home just makes sense.
Mindfulness requires practice and can involve multiple strategies. We, as educators and parents, can offer that invaluable practice to help children develop resilience. I’m honored to be speaking about “Raising Confident Children” among twenty-five experts and authors on this important topic.

Please join me FREE next week, January 22nd-26th, for the online Preschool Mindfulness Summit with speakers like Dr. Daniel Seigel, Dr. Richard Hanson, and many others. I am excited to listen to interviews on the topics of “Resilient – How to Create a Core of Calm, Strength and Happiness,” “Mindful Parenting of Preschool Children,” and “Discovering Our Mindful Superpowers” among many others.

Watch these interviews from the comfort of your own home or office and learn strategies you can use right away!

Helen Maffini is the host of the 2018 Preschool Mindfulness Summit. She is a doctoral researcher, author, and educator. Helen is the creator of the MindBEpreschool curriculum used in schools across Asia. She is co-author of the book Developing Children’s Emotional Intelligence and creator of the course Thriving Kids.

REGISTER for this FREE Online Interview Series!

 

 

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