Laura Green is a provisional psychologist based in rural Australia, practicing in a community health centre and slugging out the trip to Melbourne for part of the week to explore the impacts of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on siblings for her PhD study. Although she loves her research and clinical work, she takes enough time out to explore the mind-body connection as it plays out in her own life, in order to bring you the best advice she can find to help you live a life of AWEsomeness. Laura is regularly in awe of the little things, a gift and skill that daily mindfulness has given her.
Laura is trained in Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) and Pivotal Response Therapy. She has expertise and passion for working with kids, teens and adults with autism, as well as general well-being for all folk. Follow her stuff and good things will happen! To you, if you put in some of the work. But she does a lot of the hard slog for you, creating free resources to improve your life through mindfulness, brain nutrition, and good mental health practices. You will find daily stuff on Facebook and irregular awesomeness on this blog. Subscribe at the side or down below, you know you want to. Your mind and body will thank you.
When she isn’t undertaking research or working in the clinic, Laura peruses her passion for yoga, mindfulness and mind-body connection through working as a massage therapist and running yoga and emotion literacy programs for children with special needs, as well as her own daily practice.
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Meditation is generally considered a safe activity, helping to create a feeling of relaxation and concentration. It should not be used as a cure for any medical or mental conditions – please consult a health practitioner if required and do not substitute meditation for medical treatment without the advice of a qualified professional. This also applies to any advice that is given on this website, it comes from research, personal experience, and clinical experience but must always be used at one’s own risk.
If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation or using the advice in this blog.
Although I am a qualified and registered therapist, any opinions or advice I give are purely my own and should be taken at your own risk, doing your own wider research is preferable to taking one person’s advice on the internet! You are entirely responsible for how you choose interpret my writings and audio.
I can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website or in any of my communications. Furthermore, I make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website or that I may write about will create the same great benefits that I myself have enjoyed using these practices. By using this website, you agree that you use the information contained here-in entirely at your own discretion.