Mindfulness Practice with Children who have Experienced Trauma
Date of Paper/Work
Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)
Type of Paper/Work
Clinical research paper
This study examined how mindfulness practice is used with children who have experienced trauma or currently living in traumatic situations through a systematic review of the literature. Protocols and inclusion and exclusion criteria were set to ensure that only the most fitting articles were selected. Through the research two main categories emerged: 1) childhood and adolescent intervention, and 2) adulthood intervention. Within those two main categories three themes emerged: 1) MBSR Intervention, 2) Mind Body Skills Group Intervention, and 3) Other Mindfulness Practice Interventions. Mindfulness practice interventions in their various forms were found to have positive outcomes when addressing trauma children and adolescents and adults with childhood trauma. This study suggests that mindfulness practice as interventions is area for further research.
meditation, mindfulness practice, childhood, trauma, children
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Fischer, Margaret, "Mindfulness Practice with Children who have Experienced Trauma" (2017). Social Work Master’s Clinical Research Papers. 733.