About Kellie Edwards
Kellie Edwards is a facilitator of mindfulness in the family, the workplace and beyond. She runs group workshops and individual coaching sessions integrating mindfulness practices and the psychology of flourishing. She writes a blog with Huffington Post and also other guest blog spots. She is a qualified meditation teacher, a registered psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. The mother of two girls, Kellie lives in Melbourne, Australia. Visit her website here: www.mindfulness4mothers.com.
Articles by Kellie Edwards:
Freedom from Fear: Freedom to Live the Life You Want
Mindfulness and the New ABC of Managing Difficult Feelings — for Kids
What Are You Rehearsing?
The Forgotten Five-Minute Mindful Mood Booster
Turning New Years Resolutions into Healthy Habits that Last with More Ease and Less Willpower
My Happy Place: A Soothing Guided Practice for Children at Bedtime
Mindfulness and Sleep: Advice from Experts
On Retreat with B. Alan Wallace Part Two: I’m Exhausted — Why is That?
Getting Mindfulness Right: Expert B. Alan Wallace Explains Where We Are Going Wrong
Can You Cheat at Mindfulness and Self Compassion?
How Far Can Our Empathy Go?
Mindful Listening and Body Language
Mindfulness for Children
Mindful Family Activity: Our Jar Full of Happy
Bedtime Mindfulness: A Gratitude Body Scan for Children
Practicing Mindfulness with Chocolate
Loving the Small Stuff
Mindful Driving in the Christmas Rush
Exhausted Mothers, It’s Not Your Fault that You Feel Like This
The Mindful Pause
A Trance of Unworthiness
Mindful Parenting in a Cyclone
A Kinder Take on New Year’s Resolutions for 2015
Mindful Self-Compassion and Parenting