Therapeutic stories are stories that are designed to address a fear your child might be experiencing that could be causing problems, even if they are minor ones. The story needs to be sufficiently distant in its content to not look like a persuasion tactic. Try writing one! You might enjoy it and it might help your child. If you produce something you like and want to share on the hub, send it to me at: email@example.com
Do press the link below for guidance on therapeutic story writing:
Beacon House has a website full of free therapeutic resources and if you scroll down once the site you will see guidance around telling life stories and three FREE therapeutic story cubes to cut out and work with plus guidance notes. Press the link below:
Do see this site for a therapeutic story writer for children who writes on commission and hears about your child’s unique needs: http://www.sophiesstories.co.uk/
There is a free PDF for talking about Corona on the site for younger children who are worried by it and for those who have to go to school as parents are key workers.
Here is a therapeutic story which illustrates how loss and fear can intermingle and then get expressed onto something external. A resolution is always provided in a therapeutic story. Read on below: