25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: THE ROLE OF MINDFULNESS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH

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Research on mindfulness has expanded significantly over the last several years. In the past, research on mindfulness has focused on individual outcomes. Recent research on mindfulness has demonstrated positive outcomes for parents and children, including improved emotional regulation, decreased stress, and increased connectedness. Additionally, mindfulness is also becoming more popular in the workplace given its positive impact on employee well-being. This presentation will cover four domains of practice where mindfulness can be utilized to improve outcomes within the early childhood mental health field: practitioner self-care, dyadic interventions (caregiver/provider and child), supervision, and team/agency/organization. Participants will be provided an overview of mindfulness within each domain, as well as experiential exercises and techniques they can implement in their work.

After jumping into mindfulness with these leaders, you will be able to:

1) Understand the role mindfulness can play in promoting early childhood mental health; and,
2) Identify mindfulness techniques that can be implemented with young children.

*Submission of the conference evaluation form indicates your completion of the entire program.

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