Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, emotions, and surroundings with openness and curiosity. It has a variety of research-backed impacts, including reducing stress, improvement in job satisfaction, emotional regulation, and focus.
People who practice mindfulness feel more calm, productive, creative, and confident. They are less likely to burn out, and others around them feel their connection.
Supported by 30+ years of research and current neuroscience, mindfulness has proved to be an effective intervention with young people in learning self-regulation. It is an effective intervention for students lacking self-control, are aggressive or impulsive.
I offer mindfulness therapy for young people and adults. Check out my course on mindfulness and how it can benefit you.