Nancie Rouleau will participate in a symposium on mindfulness at the 2017 ACFAS Meeting

Nancie Rouleau

Nancie Rouleau, neuropsychologist, professor and researcher at the CERVO Research Centre will participate in a symposium at the next ACFAS meeting, in Montréal on May 12th in the afternoon.  She will present a new mindfulness program she and her team have developed for children with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which they have named programme PEACE (Programme d’Entraînement de l’Attention et de la Compassion chez l’Enfant).  Professor Rouleau will present preliminary results of a first group that have followed the PEACE program, which showed a significant improvement in selective and sustained attention of the participants.

Visit the ACFAS website to learn more about this promising new approach to help children with attention deficit:  Colloque 462 - La pleine conscience chez l’enfant et l’adolescent : conceptualisation, interventions associées et perspectives de développement

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