Some Bunny To Talk To
Gold Medal, 2014 Mom’s Choice Awards
Little Bunny has a problem and he doesn’t know how to solve it. Sometimes things in a Little Bunny’s life can feel so hard. So Big Bunny has an idea. “I have an idea. I’d like you to talk to some bunny. Some Bunny is a therapist.”
From time to time families face difficult life circumstances, and as adults we may recognize the need to seek help from a professional therapist. When our children face similar challenges, parents may also choose to enlist the services of an experienced child therapist. Seeing a therapist can often be the best strategy by which to help your child through a difficult time. While families reach this decision in different ways at different times, parents can think of psychotherapy services for their child as they would any other helpful resource. Choosing to bring your child to a therapist is a proactive and productive choice.
Whether you are considering or have already decided to bring your child to a therapist, Some Bunny To Talk To presents therapy in a way that is simple, direct, and easy for young children to understand. This colorful, humorous book is designed to help you answer your children’s questions and allay everyone’s fears about the process of therapy. Children will hear about what to expect from therapy and how therapists are very good at helping kids to solve problems. They will learn about confidentiality and privacy and will understand that they won’t have to go to therapy forever.
Included is a Note to Parents and Caregivers that outlines how to best support children in therapy and what to do to pave the way for a positive therapy experience.
A Story About Going to Therapy
Cheryl Sterling, Paola Conte, Larissa LahayAPA, Magination Press, MP
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