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Professor Child believes in the power of children teaching children through educational films on divorce, grief, military families, autism & attending middle school
We develop educational films and workbooks for children focusing on challenging events that may arise in a child’s life. Our documentary-style films highlight the personal stories of children who have experienced these challenges directly. Their stories offer advice, hope and a relatable message for any child dealing with the effects of divorce, experiencing grief, the challenge of growing up in a military family, being a brave sibling to a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and helping with a smooth transition into Middle School.
The films and workbooks are used as a communication tool by parents, counselors, and therapists as well as large – and small organizations – such as schools and churches. Click here to order now.
A very good addition to a school counseling library.” School Library Journal gives exceptional film reviews for Professor Child’s educational films and workbooks including: Children and Divorce, Children and Grief, and Children of Military Families. Read the entire review of each film by the School Library Journal on divorce, grief, and military families.
Danielle Randolph, a divorced parent who recently viewed the film said, “Even though this is obviously geared toward children, I think it would be an eye opener to divorcing and divorced parents…The advice to parents was one of my favorite chapters because it really points out things that adults don’t consider… like how to tell their kids they are getting divorced, or to remember to reassure their children that it’s not their fault… and not to use their children as a go between.”