About this Resource
Originally produced in the 1980’s, this groundbreaking documentary demonstrates the power of a child’s imagination. Clinical Psychologist and renowned pain expert Dr. Leora Kuttner discusses tips and methods parents and providers can use and the skills kids can learn to use before and during medical treatments to reduce pain and anxiety. Dr. Kuttner shows how research proven techniques like distraction, breathing, and hypnosis work in the real world to help refocus attention, promote calm, and reduce fear and anxiety.
Who is this for
Parents, Providers and Teens.
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