Professor Child’s Programs Helps Children With Grief

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I love a company who’s primary focus is on helping children.I accepted a opportunity to review the Professor Child’s Children & Grief film. The film was very informative not only from an adult standpoint but from a child’s as well. My son was really able to relate to the children in the film in many ways.

In Children and Grief, ten brave children share their stories of losing a loved one.You hear about their grief and loss, how they are coping and healing. Their advice for other children who have lost a loved one is honest, sincere and heartfelt. These children have experienced a life-changing event, yet they manage to share their stories with a sense of strength and resiliency. You will be left with a sense of hope and a better understanding of death after watching this film.

You can watch this video for a taste of what you can expect from the Children & Grief Film.

The film is available in digital download or DVD and comes with a free downloadable companion workbook for $34.99.

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They also have a resources for children of divorce,siblings with autism and military children.

You can find out more about Professor Child on their website here.

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Comments

  1. In today’s day and age this is a crucial video to have available. So many children are living with grief.

  2. This sounds like a great resource for families with children dealing with grief. I like that it’s children “talking” too. To see other kids going through something similair could be a great help during such a difficult time.

  3. What a great resource to help children and parents get through a difficult situation!

  4. That sounds so sad, and heart-wrenching to watch. I saw “Bully” the documentary last week, I almost cried 5 times. Thank you for helping to promote this film, and for sharing it with us.

  5. This sounds like a wonderful product to help kids! Thank you for posting about it!

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