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Exercise: Do Nothing for Two Minutes

This website invites you to do nothing for two minutes. Don't touch your keyboard, don't look at your phone...relax and listen to the waves. It is two minutes for yourself.

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  • Families and Caregivers

Self-Care Wheel

From trauma prevention specialist Olga Phoenix, Self-Care Wheel is an empowering, affirming, and positive tool for helping professionals to manage stress, increase contentment and life satisfaction. With over 80 self-care exercises and healing modalities, Self-Care Wheel is a great beginning for your personalized, preventative, and sustainable Self-Care plan.

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  • Persons Committed to Equity

"23 Quotes That Double as Mantras for Positive Thinking"

Compiled by By Jonathan Borge. Quote from Joseph Campbell, "We must be willing to let go of the life we planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us."

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  • Families and Caregivers

Find a Therapist in Your Area

Find detailed listings for mental health professionals in the United States. Search by name, city or zip. Psychology Today is the #1 source of online referrals for therapists. Take advantage of this valuable referral source and find a professional near you.

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  • Families and Caregivers

"Five Tips to Teach Children Mindfulness & Meditation"

Meditation and mindfulness were commonly seen as adult “pursuits” for many years, but that has all started to change. There is an increasing interest in teaching children these methods to help them relax, de-stress and learn how to connect to their own inner source of calm.. Written by Lorraine Murray.

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  • Families and Caregivers

"11 Tips for Mindful Parenting"

As parents we are all running the same race: Get ready for work, drop the kids off at school, work hard all day in order to get back early for hockey or piano practice, make dinner, make sure the homework gets done and then crash on the couch once the kids are in bed.

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"Mindfulness in the Classroom"

Mindfulness-based practices have been promoted as a promising way to reduce
stress and anxiety in students and improve their academic and behavioral
outcomes. From Akira S. Guitierrez & Sara B. Krachman, Ethan Scherer & Martin R. West, and John D.E. Gabrieli.

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