Trauma - Informed Mindfulness Interventions

for adults with Adverse Childhood Experiences


Kathleen Helen Lisson

Meditation Teacher, Health Coach and Lymphedema Therapist

Author, Mindful Strategies for Adult Clients with Adverse Childhood Experiences

Reducing the Effects of Toxic Stress through
Simple Mindfulness Interventions for your Clients

Kathleen Helen Lisson is an ACE certified health coach and MMI certified meditation teacher.

She has taught mindfulness at IPSB Massage College and given presentations on mindfulness for Lympha Press,

Moving Beyond Cancer Collaborative and at the Fat Disorders Resource Society conference.

She is a member of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association, the Labyrinth Society

and the San Diego Trauma-informed Guide Team. 


Free Online Class for Health Coaches


Free Online Class for Massage Therapists


Mindful Strategies for Adult Clients with Adverse Childhood Experiences

Paperback Available on Amazon


Learn More

Videos on Mindfulness

Meditation Class

Breath Work and Mindfulness

Yoga at Home

Mindful Breathwork for Stress Reduction and Lymphatic Health

Camping in Mountains

Lessons I Learned from Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro

Stressed Woman

Stress Reduction for Lipedema and Dercum's Disease Patients

Image by Lina Trochez

Meditation and Mindfulness Interventions for Patients with Fat Disorders

Face Wash Smile

Lymphedema: Let's talk Self-Compassion

Woman with Mask

Meditation tips if you have a Lymphatic Disorder, chronic illness

Light and Shadow Portrait

Mindfulness Interventions for Toxic Stress

Guest Posts

Juzo Blog - Practices to Reduce Chronic Stress

PDF from Mindfulness Webinars

Breathwork and Mindfulness

Mindfulness Interventions for Toxic (and Chronic) Stress

Healing Spaces - Creating an optiminal environment in our homes

Epigenetics - The Case for Stress Reduction after Adverse Childhood Experiences

Mindfulness & Breathwork for Lymphatic and Venous Practices

Invite Kathleen to speak to your organization - email

Yoga at Home

Relationships matter: the currency for systemic change was trust, and trust comes through forming healthy working relationships. People, not programs, change people.

Dr. Bruce D. Perry