People love donuts. People don’t like talking about therapy. That’s why my latest children’s book features a sweet donut who goes to therapy.
In a world brimming with suffering children, it’s time to acknowledge their pain and lean into healing.
Maybe if we see a donut going to therapy, we will finally be able to talk about it in a way that people don’t hate.
In the United States alone, up to 2 in 10 kids and teens are impacted by mental health disorders every year. Around 5 in 10 kids will see their parents break up, and over 400,000+ children are in foster care.
The results are in: NOT talking about it isn’t helping.
When a Donut Goes to Therapy demonstrates the process of how play therapy works as it follows a nervous donut through the waiting room, into the therapy office, and straight into the heart of the therapeutic process.
Written by a Licensed Professional Counselor, watching donut’s experiences makes therapy less scary, and shows kids and families that it’s okay to be in therapy!
Check it out on Kickstarter here: https://donut.snowfallpublications.com/ig
Together, we can start having more conversations in ways that make it not only easier, but maybe even a little fun.