Mindful parenting for Autism and ADHD
with Hannah Saulbrey Ross, Therapist and Mindfulness Coach
Use experiential and psycho-education tools to learn skills in breath work, body relaxation, mindful eating, mindful exercise and self-compassion.
Designed specifically for parents and carers of neurodiverse children, this clinically proven 8-week programme will give you:
What is the mindfulness course for parents and carers of children with ADHD?
This course is grounded in scientific research and has proven results in helping you reduce stress while increasing self-compassion, wellbeing and connection with your children.
As part of a group, you can attend 2.5-hour sessions each week, for eight weeks. As part of the course, we will encourage you to practice these mindful meditation techniques at home (on average, for 15 to 20 minutes daily).
The increased social interaction and shared stories in the weekly group inquiry offer you the benefit of exploring your experience of living with neurodiversity and the effect of mindfulness practice on your day-to-day life.
Where: Epsom, Auckland.
Dates: every Thursday of term four, 2023:
- Thursday 19 October
- Thursday 26 October
- Thursday 2 November
- Thursday 9 November
- Thursday 16 November
- Thursday 23 November
- Thursday 30 November, and
- Thursday 7 December.
Time: 12.00 pm - 2.30 pm.
Book your place now and get the address by emailing email@example.com:
- $595 (incl. GST)
- you can opt to pay in weekly instalments of $85
- 50% discount available for your partner if they attend at the same time, and
- carer support may be used to cover costs – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
About the presenter: Hannah Saulbrey Ross, PGDip Counselling (Dist), GradDipSci (Psychology, Dist), PGDip Sports Mgmt (Dist), BBS.
Hannah is a registered counsellor and member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC). She works at Rainbow House and also in Private practice. She is also an experienced Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher, registered with the Mindfulness Training Institute - Australia and New Zealand (MTIA).
Hannah has experience living with neurodiversity and is a mother of three neurodiverse teenagers.