Film Explores How Children Are Affected By Deployment

Professor Child Releases New Film On What It’s Like To Be A Child In A Military Family A group of parent professionals have launched the third in a series of distinct educational films designed to provide children with tools for coping with difficult life experiences. “Children of Military Families”, created by Professor Child, features authentic interviews with…

Children and Grief Film Reivew

“Children and Grief” film review from the March/April 2014 issue of Well Being Journal “This DVD explores the issues surrounding grief, as well as factors that can help a person, especially a child, move through it. Children tell their stories of losing a loved one in this ne DVD titled Children and Grief.  Viewers hear…

Military Families: Lessons from Children

We’ve all experienced it. You hear a song that immediately transports you back to another time in your life.  This morning, as I was cleaning my kitchen and listening to music, I heard one of those songs. It began with a simple melody. I immediately thought, “No. It can’t be.” Yet I could feel a…

On Suicide

A couple of weeks ago, a tragic incident occurred at our local high school. A teenager chose to commit suicide in front of a classroom full of peers. The news sent shockwaves through our small town of Bend. I found myself wanting to know more about this story. Who was he? Why did he commit…

Children and Grief: Lessons from Children

“Lessons from Children on Coping with Grief” was originally published in the winter 2014 issue of American School Counselor Association Magazine. The article explores what we can learn from grieving children.   How do children cope with crisis and what can we learn from them? In Professor Child’s film, Children and Grief, ten children bravely…