Teaching Teens Why Sexual Harassment & Assault Is Wrong

In this day and age, as in the past, it is unfortunate that we still have a critical need to teach teens how and why sexual harassment and assault is wrong. With one in five women men and women reporting rape in their life time, and one in twenty men and women reporting sexual violence… Read more »


Support Kids Impacted by the Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Our deepest sympathies go out to the family members who were impacted in the horrific Las Vegas mass shooting. As a nation, we must come together to support the families and the communities affected. It is also critical that we not forget the youngest and most vulnerable members of our community – our kids. Hundreds… Read more »


Where Did My Friend Go?: A 2017 Book Excellence Finalist

We are delighted to share that Where Did My Friend Go? Helping Children Cope With A Traumatic Death has won the 2017 Book Excellence Finalist Award. We would like to thank all who contributed their time, creativity, and support to making Where Did My Friend Go? such a special book for children coping with death, loss, and… Read more »


Kids Psychologically Recover From the Disastrous Hurricanes

Photograph Credit: Hill Air Force Base Safety, food, shelter and medical care Helping kids psychologically recover from the impact of the natural disasters that have hit the United States and its territories, along with the Caribbean islands is complicated. This article provides tips and books to help kids psychologically recover from the disastrous hurricanes. Many… Read more »


One In Four U.S. Children Are Exposed To Weapon Violence

Brain Blogger published an article today, authored by Dr. Maker, highlighting how one in four U.S. children are exposed to weapon violence. The article describes an important study published in Pediatrics that reported that over 17.5 million (or 1 in 4) school-aged children in the United States have been exposed to weapon violence in their lifetime, as either… Read more »


Teaching Kids the Difference Between Prejudice & Respect

A twelve-year old girl tells me she does not want to start her new middle school next week. This is because she fears being teased for being Latina-American. I believe her… she has been struggling with name-calling and rejection for the past six months in elementary school, as have been many other children. As children… Read more »


Where Did My Friend Go? Wins 2017 Pinnacle Book Award

Where Did My Friend Go? Helping Children Cope With A Traumatic Death wins the 2017 National Association Book Entrepreneurs Pinnacle Book Achievement Award. We are delighted to share that Where Did My Friend Go? has won the 2017 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award. We would like to thank the families and organizations that contributed to bringing this book to life…. Read more »


July Is Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month

July is cleft and craniofacial awareness month, and we need your support in providing FREE medical care for youth who don’t have access to the specialized care they need. 1 in 700 kids in the world have cleft and craniofacial differences. In low-income countries, 90% of people don’t have access to surgical care, including surgeries… Read more »


Helping Kids Cope With An Expected Loss

Many young children are faced with the reality of losing a loved one to an illness or old age, and helping kids cope with an expected loss can make a significant difference in acceptance and healthy adaptation. Adults tend to shy away from sharing facts and information regarding loss with young children, given adults’ understandable… Read more »


Help The Kid Witnesses of the Alexandria Attack

Our heartfelt sympathies and thoughts are with the families who survived and witnessed the Alexandria attack last week. As we know, children were playing in the playground nearby when the attack occurred. We can help the kid witnesses of the Alexandria attack in many ways. Parents, teachers, counselors and other caretakers can talk to the… Read more »