Taught by Laurie Cousins
In this special workshop with Laurie Cousins, you'll learn how Mindfulness can revolutionize the way you parent. From the neurobiology behind stress and it's affect on the mind and body, to the importance of honest and open communication with children, these exercises will help you retrain your mind to become a more present parent versus a perfect parent.
- 27 minutes of instruction
- Multiple guided meditations and techniques
- How to be more present and less reactive
- Understand the stress-parenting connection
Meet Your Teacher
Laurie Cousins has a B.A. in Psychology, is a certified mindfulness facilitator through UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center and certified in Mindful Self-Compassion and Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention through UCSD’s Center for Mindfulness. She is a research associate and co-creator of the Mindful Parent Support program at UCLA's Child & Adolescent Mood Disorders Program. Laurie is a lead teacher for Susan Kaiser Greenland’s Inner Kids Program and teaches Mindfulness in Education. She specializes in working with youths, adults, and families affected by stress, trauma, and addictive behaviors. Laurie is passionate about helping people heal and embrace their authenticity through self-acceptance, compassion, resiliency, and joy.