Digging Deep to Help Sick Children

(WTNH)– Child Advocate, Counselor and Philanthropist Sheri Sobrato Brisson from Digging Deep talks about making sure sick children, those suffering from short and long term illness, receive the socio-psychological support they need.

Brisson is making it her life’s work to support the “healing process” for youth dealing with a health crisis; not just cancer.

Brisson discusses:

The philanthropic cause she is leading to get this tool in the hands of thousands of children across the United States
• How journaling and “letting go” of your repressed emotions is so therapeutic and helping such as in the prompts “missing out” and “masked me”
• The impact she has already seen with children, families and professionals using Digging Deep as a tool for self-expression and communication
• How a parent or organization can get involved with this philanthropic, non-profit cause
How this tool would have helped her as young child battling serious illness

Resonance House, the nonprofit publisher of Digging Deep, strives to make the power of journaling available to every child struggling with health challenges who can benefit from it. For more information, go to www.diggingdeep.org.

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