On Nurturing Mindfulness

“Habit is one of the antidotes to inattention,” says ADHD expert Dr. Jeff Sosne, one of our featured presenters at our inaugural Children’s Wellness Conference earlier this year.

In the clip below, Dr. Sosne gives some tips for creating habit and countering what he describes as the “toxic factors that erode a child’s attention.”

 

 

His full talk, “ADHD and the Attentive Mind,” is available on our four DVD chronicle of the conference. The set includes nine engaging presentations with over six and a half hours of practical advice and teaching tips from expert educators, counselors, scientists and health professionals. Sessions include ADHD/Attention skills, Food for Thought, Yoga for Families and preschoolers, how to evaluate wellness programs, environmental education, Tools for Grieving Children, and Contemplative Education.

To order, visit the Yoga Calm Store.

Dr. Sosne will also be speaking at next week’s workshop, ADHD: The Mind-Body Connection, an essential seminar for teachers, counselors, OTs and others who want to enhance their ability to support children diagnosed with attention disorders, as well as parents of kids so diagnosed. The workshop features a live class component and will be held at Marylhurst University, just south of Portland, Oregon, October 9 – 10, from 9 am to 4 pm each day. PSU credit, CEUs and Washington State Clock Hours are available.

Space is limited, so if you’ve not yet registered, we encourage you to do so right away.

Register now

Advertisements
This entry was posted in ADHD, Mindfulness, Video, Workshops and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to On Nurturing Mindfulness

  1. Bonnie Coppedge says:

    OH–this is all more important than test scores—–
    Back to the real needs of the child.

Comments are closed.