PTSD / TRAUMA
THE TALES OF THE GOLDEN ACORN

The Tales of the Golden Acorn is a resource for kids, families, and their loved ones who may be impacted by trauma and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD.) The series of short videos, and its related pilot episode Oinya's Prize, follows a family of squirrels after the parents are changed by trauma. Together they go on adventures in a mythical land and learn about family, change, healing, and love. Most importantly they learn they are not alone, and there is always room for hope. Created in partnership with subject matter experts in the fields of developmental and clinical child psychology and trauma counselling, the first 10 episodes of season 1 of The Tales of the Golden Acorn are being developed now and are intended for audiences ages 6 and up. 

STATUS: CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION

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