Do you provide services for children?
Do you use cinema-therapy?
Here is a list of 55 essential movies your child must see before they turn 13.
Processing a group session/ activity is a key element of recreational therapy.
Find ways to allow children to process the movie (group discussion).
What did they learn (or discover) from the movie?
What was realistic (could happen) vs. what is fantasy?
What was the purpose/ meaning of the movie?
Which character in the movie is your favorite and why?
Which character are you most like in the movie and why?
Who was the hero in the movie? Who was the villain?
Are you more like the hero or the villain?
Here is the link:
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