Sam Feels Better Now read by the author on YouTube


Sam saw something awful and scary! Ms. Carol, a special therapist, will show Sam how to feel better. Children can help Sam feel better too by using drawings, play, and storytelling activities. They will be able to identify and manage their own feelings and difficulties in their lives following a traumatic event, crisis, or grief.

Therapists’ Acclaim for Sam Feels Better Now

“This beautiful little picture book is the ideal guide for a series of therapy sessions that will focus the child’s attention on positives and help to deal with the traumatic memories”
— Bob Rich, PhD., AnxietyAndDepression-help.com

Sam Feels Better Now” provides the child and therapist a safe metaphor for exploring trauma issues. The story teaches children that coming to therapy can be a good thing.”
–JoAnna White, Ed.D., Professor and Chair Department of Counseling and Psychological Services, Georgia State Univ.

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