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Clinical Psychologist looking for parents to participate to complete online questionnaires

Posted by: Nicole Gibson Leeds West Yorkshire Posts: 3

Hello, I am a newly qualified clinical psychologist who studied at the University of Sheffield. As part of my training, I completed a research project which focussed on the development of a parent observation measure of mindfulness in children aged 6-9 years old.

The study

The questionnaire was developed so that it can be used in the future to measure how effective mindfulness approaches with children are. This will allow us to understand more about mindfulness as an approach to help children.

Please help us to validate this questionnaire about mindfulness in children aged 6- 9 years, by completing questionnaires about your child. The questionnaires should take between 20-30 minutes to complete.

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness has been defined as an awareness of being in the present moment and paying close attention to experiences in that moment.
Mindfulness approaches have been used in schools and have been found to improve behaviour, attention and help children control their emotions.

Is your child mindful?
Does your child pay attention?
Is your child aware of what is going on around them?

If you are interested please go to: Follow Link
Please copy and past the link into your browser.
For further information please contact me at ngibson1@Sheffield.ac.uk

Please spread the word to any other parents of children in this age group (6-9 years old) who may be interested.

Thank you.
Dr Nicole Gibson

Complain About This Post Posted: 09/May/17 at 13:28:48

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