Teaching Meditation to Children: A Practical Guide to the Use and Benefits of Meditation Paperback – Apr 26 2002
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From the Publisher
A guide to teaching children the health-giving benefits of meditation, covering their needs from school age to late adolescence. It is inspired by recent research that shows that childhood disorders such as hyperactivity, aggression and sleep problems may be helped by meditation.
About the Author
David Fontana is Distinguished Visiting Fellow in the University of Wales and Visting Professor in the University of Algarve, Portugal. A Fellow of the British Psychological Society, he has studied and taught meditation for thirty years. His many books on child psychology, dreams, meditation and personal growth have been translated into 21 languages.
Ingrid Slack is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a workshop leader, and a qualified and experienced teacher of young children. She works in the Psychology Department of the Open University in the UK.