Resources by Topic

ResourcesWeb Sites, Books, DVDs, etc
 Biofeedback Certification International
 Interactive games (Healing Rhythms, Journey to Wild Divine)
 “eSense” temperature and sweat gland activity (electrodermal activity) sensors
 Video: “magic glove” technique, performed by Dr Leora Kuttnera
 Dr Laurence Sugarman’s 70-minute DVDaSugarman L. Hypnosis in Pediatric Practice: Imaginative Medicine in Action [DVD and booklet]. Carmarthen, United Kingdom: Crown House Publishing; 2006
 National Pediatric Hypnosis Training
 American Society of Clinical
 Society for Clinical and Experimental
Guided imagery
 Health Journeys: Guided Meditation and Imagery
 Kaiser Permanente: Guided Imagery (podcasts)!ut/p/a0/FchBDoMgEADAt_iAzYZEYfFmhH6hhdsGiZIIGELt99seZ9DjC33hO-3cUy18_uxCLD22md9bqnCnLVZ8okd_Nd4zoysVAocj_o9bT-GM6IzVap2MBamlBCGsgEWPBohoUkKp8UErXjnTZxmGL2IKPpI!/
 Shambala Kids: Guided Imagery and Relaxation Audio CDs
 Stress Free Kids Indigo Dreams Audio CDs
 Academy for Guided Imagery
Meditation and MBSR
 For health professionals:
  Mind-Body STREAM program
 For parents:
  Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work of Mindful ParentingKabat-Zinn M, Kabat-Zinn J. Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting. New York, NY: Hyperion; 1998
  Growing Happiness
  Meditation for children
 For teens:
  Mindfulness for Teens
  Mindfulness Retreats
  Learning to Breathe
 UCSD Center for Mindfulness Professional Training
 UCSD Center for Mindfulness blog
 UMass Medical School Center for Mindfulness
 UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center
 Global Family Yoga
 International Association of Yoga Therapists
 Kripalu Yoga in the Schools
 Yoga Alliance
 Yoga Calm
 Yoga for the Special Child
 Yoga in Schools
  • STREAM, Skills Training for Resilience, Effectiveness, and Mindfulness; UCLA, University of California, Los Angeles; UCSD, University of California, San Diego; UMass, University of Massachusetts.

  • a The technique should never be used for entertainment, should only be used by appropriately trained providers, and should only be used in clinical situations for which the provider already has competence in treating.