Do You Know a Superhero? – A Create-Your-Own Therapeutic Story

Several weeks ago I discussed some of the benefits of storytelling for kids in therapy in a post titled Once Upon a Time: How Storytelling Can Help Children in Therapy. In that post I provided this infographic to summarize the various benefits storytelling can offer clients. Because of its many benefits, storytelling often plays an important role in the therapy …

Carey EmmersonDo You Know a Superhero? – A Create-Your-Own Therapeutic Story

5 Ways to Help Children with Separation Anxiety

Danielle was 8 years-old when her anxiety first showed up. Before that she had no problems going to school or being away from her mother, Lisa. But all of a sudden it became a struggle to get her out the door in the morning. First Lisa had to drive Danielle to school, since Danielle made such a fuss about walking …

Carey Emmerson5 Ways to Help Children with Separation Anxiety

Once Upon a Time: How Storytelling Can Help Children in Therapy

I love stories. A good story, whether in a movie, a novel, a picture book, or the words of a friend is one of my favourite things. Stories are fun. They teach us about the world and about ourselves. They evoke emotion. They inspire us and empower us. Stories do all these things and more when used in a therapeutic …

Carey EmmersonOnce Upon a Time: How Storytelling Can Help Children in Therapy

Introducing Agent Pensby: A New Tool to Teach Kids About Anxiety

We thrilled to introduce a new therapeutic resource for children with anxiety: Agent Pensby and the Golden Fish: A Tale About Anxiety. Agent Pensby works as a zoo penguin, that is when is not being called away for his real job as a super-spy, hired by the Queen of England to protect the world. In his first adventure, Agent Pensby is …

Carey EmmersonIntroducing Agent Pensby: A New Tool to Teach Kids About Anxiety