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Parenting your stressed child : 10 mindfulness-based stress reduction practices to help your child manage stress and build essential life skills /

Parenting your stressed child : 10 mindfulness-based stress reduction practices to help your child manage stress and build essential life skills /
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Bailey, Michelle L.
Copies: 4; Reserves: 0

A pediatrician explains how parents can help their children remain calm during life's stresses, including family conflicts, situations at school, problems with peers, divorce and more. Original.
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649.1 Bailey CP Due Oct 30 2017
649.1 Bailey KL In at KL (Kathryn Linnemann)
649.1 Bailey KR In at KR (Kisker Road)
649.1 Bailey MK In at MK (Middendorf-Kredell)


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Control No. 792333
LCCN 2011005862
ISBN 9781572249790 (pbk.)
ISBN 157224979X (pbk.)
Author Bailey Michelle L
Title Parenting your stressed child : -- 10 mindfulness-based stress reduction practices to help your child manage stress and build essential life skills / -- Michelle L. Bailey.
Publisher Information Oakland, CA : -- New Harbinger Publications, -- c2011.
Physical Description ix, 175 p. ; -- 23 cm.
Series Title Developmental disabilities resource guide.
Series Title Ask Alison recommended
Bibliography, Etc. Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [173]-175).
Formatted Contents Note Understanding stress and the mind-body connection -- Increasing awareness with mindfulness -- Awareness of breathing -- Relaxation breathing -- Mindful walking -- Mindful movement with yoga -- Mindful eating -- Progressive muscle relaxation -- Visualization -- A mindful mind -- Loving-kindness -- The art of appreciation -- Integrating the practices into daily life.
Subject Stress in children
Subject Stress Psychology
Subject Parenting Handbooks manuals etc




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Annotation 1 A pediatrician explains how parents can help their children remain calm during life's stresses, including family conflicts, situations at school, problems with peers, divorce and more. Original.

Annotation 2 Kids may have fewer responsibilities than mom and dad, but childhood can still be one of the most stressful periods in life. The stresses of school, extracurricular activities, and even day-to-day family living can make kids feel overwhelmed and distracted. To make matters worse, children have very little control over the events in their lives, and haven't had as much practice managing stress as adults.

In Parenting Your Stressed Child, you'll learn a variety of simple and effective mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) skills that you can teach your child to help him or her stay resilient and calm in the face of stress. This guide includes breathing exercises, progressive muscle relaxation practices, and visualization and loving-kindness meditations you and your child can do together to handle the ups and downs of everyday life. By modeling these skills and incorporating them into your own life, you can help your child learn the art of resilience, a skill that will stay with your child for a lifetime.

Annotation 3

Kids may have fewer responsibilities than mom and dad, but childhood can still be one of the most stressful periods in life. The stresses of school, extracurricular activities, and even day-to-day family living can make kids feel overwhelmed and distracted. To make matters worse, children have very little control over the events in their lives, and haven't had as much practice managing stress as adults.

In Parenting Your Stressed Child, you'll learn a variety of simple and effective mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) skills that you can teach your child to help him or her stay resilient and calm in the face of stress. This guide includes breathing exercises, progressive muscle relaxation practices, and visualization and loving-kindness meditations you and your child can do together to handle the ups and downs of everyday life. By modeling these skills and incorporating them into your own life, you can help your child learn the art of resilience, a skill that will stay with your child for a lifetime.

Annotation 4

In Parenting Your Stressed Child, pediatrician and Duke University integrative medicine expert Michelle Bailey shows parents how to provide their children with practical mindfulness-based life skills for keeping calm in stressful situations, including family conflicts, difficulties at school, problems with friends, divorce, and other life transitions.

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Michelle L. Bailey, MD, FAAP, is a pediatrician who teaches mindfulness-based stress reduction skills to children in Duke Children's Healthy Lifestyles program. She directs educational programs for medical professionals, residents, and students at Duke Integrative Medicine in Durham, NC. Visit her online at www.parentingyourstressedchild.com.

Michelle L. Bailey, MD, FAAP, is a pediatrician who teaches mindfulness-based stress reduction skills to children in Duke Children’s Healthy Lifestyles program. She was trained in Dr. Andrew Weil’s Fellowship Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. She directs educational programs for medical professionals, residents, and students at Duke Integrative Medicine in Durham, NC. Visit her online at www.parentingyourstressedchild.com.



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