Mindful Practices for Calmer Adults and Calmer Children | March 15, 2021




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Mindful Practices for Calmer Adults and Calmer Children

Examine and learn practical foundations of mindfulness for use in common situations with kids. Practice simple mindfulness practices to bring presence and emotional regulation to the children you care for and work with every day.
Investigate the nature of empathy and compassion–both for yourself and children to give our kids their best shot in the real world.

KCF: VI: Professionalism

Monday, March 15, 2021

  • 6:30pm – 8:30pm CST



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Andy Johnsrud

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Andy is a father and teacher from Rochester, MN. Each session is a unique exploration of what we adults can offer our children through the loving limits and practical skills to regulate our own body- mind system. The example and shared regulation we offer our kids is the single greatest gift we have for them. As a veteran public high school teacher, Andy’s perspective and insights are sometimes different than some early childhood trainings. Humor and a light-hearted approach help guide us to more skillful interactions and self-care.


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To register a group please email events@thinksmallinstitute.org, or call 651.641.3549.