Breaking The Cycle
This is a lovely video from Professor Darcia Navaraez, who has been a leading researcher into our evolutionary history and what it tells us about how we raise children.
Interview with the World Creativity channel
I was interviewed for World Creativity Day. I talk about creativity and trauma, co-design and grief, and the Artist’s Way.
Mindfulness in Schools Project
If you are interested in training to become a mindfulness for kids teacher, these guys are the best in the UK. I have done their training.
A really fun meditation and mindfulness app for kids. Focussing on screen time, focus, regulating emotions and better sleep.
Susan Kaiser Greenland
Susan Kaiser Greenland is probably the most well-known mindfulness for kids teacher – explore her joyful, fun approach to mindfulness on her website.
Guided Meditations for Children
Annaka Harris has some wonderful meditation exercises created especially for children, designed for ages 6-10 and older.
‘Cry Heart But Never Break’ – by Glenn Ringtved
A beautiful book symbolising death with a profound message about grief and joy being siblings.
‘Sad Book’ – by Michael Rosen
Probably one of the more famous books about loss, with Michael Rosen’s typical humour shining through (and it is indirectly about his own experience of losing his son to meningitis).
Child Bereavement Network
Huge amount of resources and support here for professionals supporting grieving young people.