TRAUMA-INFORMED MINDFULNESS: CONNECT WITH THE GOOD AND COPE WITH THE BAD
This space offers trauma-informed mindfulness practices and teachings. If you are overwhelmed by life’s hardships, they could help you stabilise yourself and connect to what’s good.
Trauma, anxiety, depression, dissociation, fear, worry, dread: totally normal experiences for all of us. But for some of us they become overwhelming, and can ruin lives. Trauma-informed mindfulness and compassion practices are forms of care that can support you when in difficulty.
How can trauma-informed care help me?
Trauma-informed care can help you to grow the goodness in your life. Because even when difficulty crowds out what is good around us, it is possible to learn how to connect to compassionate, wonderful, lovely, peaceful and beautiful moments. By practising mindfulness and compassion exercises, these moments will grow and re-balance us, making our days fulfilling and worthwhile.
By taking Just this Step we can learn to cope with what’s hard while being with what’s good.
What does trauma-informed mean?
All the mindfulness practices on this site are ‘trauma-informed’. This means they are sensitive to instructions and practices which might trigger adrenaline-fuelled stress reactions. This website seeks to offer support to anyone in distress, and opportunities to experience contentment, peace and joy in the midst of life’s challenges. If you would like to understand more about this method, take a look at what trauma-informed mindfulness is.
To learn more about trauma-informed care and begin to practise mindfulness yourself, please explore this site for 7-day introductory courses, second step (going further) practices and emergency practices , information about further tuition and much more.