How Mindfulness Helps Children (The Research)

What is Mindfulness for Kids look like?

According to the current research, here are the qualities that can be improved from mindfulness training in children:

  • impulse control
  • calmness
  • kindness
  • patience
  • compassion
  • empathy
  • executive function
  • attention spans

A sample of research articles:

– Research and Evidence from the Mindfulness in Schools Project 

Research on adolescents being treated for mental health problems in a psychiatric clinic

Research summary on the efficacy of mindfulness in the K-12 by the Orange County Department of Education

Teach your kids simple techniques to be more mindful in the GoZen anxiety relief program – learn more here

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