Trauma can rip away a client’s sense of safety . . . . . . and leave them with a nervous system that is primed to detect threats. That’s why as practitioners, it’s so important that we have strategies to build a client’s feelings of safety before we help them process traumatic memories. So in […]
How a Mindfulness-Based Kindness Curriculum Could Shape the Future
Many of our adult clients struggle with the ability to control their thoughts and impulses. These weak self-regulation skills can damage relationships, decrease success at work, and lead to addictive behaviors. What if we could have intervened early on in their lives, even as early as grade school? What kind of changes would that have […]
Giving as We’ve Received . . .
Beginning at a young age, I was taught to give as I had received . . . . . . so when I began NICABM, I made it a cornerstone of our organization that we would give back to those who are in need. I always like to take some time at the end of […]
Keeping Holiday Tradition Alive (Here at NICABM)
Here at NICABM, we do like to keep things new and fresh. But this time of year, there’s one tradition we’ve all become particularly fond of . . . . . . and that’s choosing the charity that will get half of the proceeds from our holiday special. Every year, each member of the NICABM […]