The biggest asset a child has is imagination. We have all watched children playing at make-believe and they are so involved in their play you have difficulty getting their attention. Imagination is a powerful thing and can be used for more than just play--it can be used to help soothe a scared child, give courage to a bullied child or eliminate the acting out behavior of a child with behavior problems. Imagination is free, readily available and it works--what better tool can we encourage our children to develop?
Charlotte Reznick worked with inner-city kids and thought long and hard on how she could get through to them and help them to help themselves reduce the effects of the stress that was a daily part of their lives. The result of all that thinking is .