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MRC - Creative Mindfulness Practices for Children and Teens Positive Mental Health (25/09/21) CPD Presenter: Louise Shanagher
25-09-2021   Starts 10::00.A.M -12:00.P.M.
2 CPD hours
Places Limited to 90

IACP Members & Non Members

This Event will close for Bookings Thursday 23rd Sept 21

MRC - Creative Mindfulness Practices for Children and Teens Positive Mental Health

Presenters Bio: 

Louise Shanagher is a children’s therapist, mindfulness teacher and trainer. Louise has a BA and MSc in Psychology and further qualifications in Play Therapy and Mindfulness. She is the creator of the “Creative Mindfulness Kids” method and has trained hundreds of people to be children's mindfulness teachers. She is the author of six books: The "Mindfully Me" series, Ireland's first series of mindfulness books for children and the “Kindfully Me” series and the co author of Ireland's first mindfulness curriculum the "Mindful Heart" curriculum. Louise is passionate about promoting positive mental health for children and young people. She believes that all children should get the opportunity to learn how to practice mindfulness and self compassion and believes that these practices will help children lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.

Workshop Outline:

This workshop would introduce mindfulness and self compassion practices to young people and introduce them to effective tools and techniques which support their positive mental health and well being.

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