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A Model of Mindful Parenting: Implications for Parent–Child Relationships and Prevention Research
This paper introduces a model of “mindful parenting” as a framework whereby parents intentionally bring moment-to-moment awareness to the parent–child relationship. This is done by developing theExpand
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Changing Parent’s Mindfulness, Child Management Skills and Relationship Quality With Their Youth: Results From a Randomized Pilot Intervention Trial
We evaluated the efficacy of a mindful parenting program for changing parents’ mindfulness, child management practices, and relationships with their early adolescent youth and tested whether changesExpand
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Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting Education: Promoting Family Mindfulness During the Perinatal Period
We present the conceptual and empirical foundation and curriculum content of the Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting (MBCP) program and the results of a pilot study of n = 27 pregnant womenExpand
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Violence Exposure and Adjustment in Inner-City Youth: Child and Caregiver Emotion Regulation Skill, Caregiver–Child Relationship Quality, and Neighborhood Cohesion as Protective Factor
This short-term, longitudinal interview study used an ecological framework to explore protective factors within the child, the caregiver, the caregiver–child relationship, and the community thatExpand
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Mindful Parenting Assessed Further: Psychometric Properties of the Dutch Version of the Interpersonal Mindfulness in Parenting Scale (IM-P)
Psychometric properties of the Dutch version of the Interpersonal Mindfulness in Parenting Scale (IM-P) were studied in a general population sample of mothers of adolescents (n = 866) (study 1). AExpand
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The association between dispositional mindfulness, psychological well-being, and perceived health in a Swedish population-based sample.
OBJECTIVES There is increasing recognition of the links between mindfulness, decreased stress, and healthier psychological functioning. However, the majority of this research has been conducted in USExpand
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Pilot Study to Gauge Acceptability of a Mindfulness-Based, Family-Focused Preventive Intervention
The purpose of the present study was to conduct a test of acceptability of a new model for family-focused drug prevention programs for families of early adolescents. An existing evidence-basedExpand
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Integrating mindfulness with parent training: effects of the Mindfulness-Enhanced Strengthening Families Program.
There is growing support for the efficacy of mindfulness training with parents as an intervention technique to improve parenting skills and reduce risk for youth problem behaviors. The evidence,Expand
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A positive affect intervention for people experiencing health-related stress: Development and non-randomized pilot test
In this article we present background, theoretical rationale, and pilot data on the development of an intervention designed to increase positive affect in people living with serious health-relatedExpand
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