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Rosalind Sedacca

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT,  Family Counselor

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT, is the author of How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-StorybookTM Guide to Preparing Your Children — with Love!

This easy-to-read e-book prepares parents for one of the most difficult conversations they will ever have: telling their children about a pending separation or divorce. How Do I Tell the Kids? doesn't just tell you what to say. It says it for you!

Rosalind's innovative book guides parents through fill-in-the-blank templates to create an attractive family storybook designed to help a child transition from heartbreak to love. The pictures and age-appropriate language convey, with love and compassion, the six key messages parents need to share with their children. The program includes insights and tips from professional divorce-experienced therapists. Their insight is immeasurable in assisting with the challenges parents face.

Therapists, attorneys, mediators, educators, clergy and other professionals across the country and beyond have endorsed Rosalind's storybook concept. Her now-grown son, who was eleven at the time of the divorce, wrote the introduction to the book.

Rosalind is also the author of How to Break in as a Professional Speaker or Trainer and is profiled in Blythe Camenson's VGM Career Portrait book, Writing as well as Dana Cassell's book, Writers at Work. She is listed in eight "Who's Who" directories including "Who's Who in American Women.".

Rosalind is a Certified Corporate Trainer, award-winning national speaker and workshop facilitator. She served five years on the Board of Directors of the Florida Speakers Association and has facilitated workshops for business, professional and spiritual organizations throughout the United States.

Recognized as the Voice of Child-Centered Divorce, Rosalind now shares her expertise on TV and radio programs, print interviews, newsletters, internet podcasts and content-rich articles.
 

My Blogs:
Picture This: A Storybook Divorce For Your Child
 

Rosalind Sedacca

Most Recent Articles

We never really plan on getting divorced, but more than one million children in the U.S. alone will experience its affects this year. Divorce has become a reality in our culture, and as a result, innocent children are coping with the consequences of …
We never really plan on getting divorced, but more than one million children in the U.S. alone will experience its affects this year. Divorce has become a reality in our culture, and as a result, innocent children are coping with the consequences of …
Few children outgrow the warm comfort of a bedtime tale. And like most kids, my son always enjoyed his baby pictures — watching himself grow and change. Divorce is no fairytale. But maybe combing a story with our own family photos will help him …