If you are a parent interested in my book, Sam Feels Better Now: An Interactive Story for Children, I recommend that you discuss how it can be helpful with a professional who is trained in child therapy, play therapy, and trauma issues. For a list of play therapists in your area, visit the Association for Play Therapy’s Find a Play Therapist page. Thank you for your interest in my book, and I hope you find it a useful tool in your child’s life.
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