The Kids We Lose Film Screening (Dec 5 at 7 pm)

The Kids We Lose: Dr. Ross Greene Documentary
Influential child psychologist Dr. Ross Greene returns to JICS to screen his new documentary, The Kids We Lose. Tickets are free with a suggested donation of $20. Proceeds will benefit Lives in the Balance and the Diana Rankin-Muncaster Tuition Support Fund.
Monday, December 5, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study
University of Toronto
56 Spadina Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2X2
Brief Q&A to follow.
This event is free with a suggested donation of $20. Tickets are required.
ABOUT THE FILM
The Kids We Lose is a 90-minute documentary film about the human side of having a child or student with behavioral challenges, and the struggles faced by parents, educators, staff in facilities, mental health clinicians, and law enforcement professionals in trying to ensure that these kids receive the help they need.
Winner of the Best Feature Documentary Award at the 2018 New Hampshire Film Festival, the film exposes the often brutal, inhumane ways in which our kids with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges are treated in schools, inpatient psychiatry units, residential facilities, and prisons. Learn more.
ABOUT THE PRODUCER
Dr. Ross Greene
Clinical Psychologist and Author
Ross W. Greene, Ph.D., is the originator of the innovative, empirically-supported approach now known as Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS), as described in his influential books The Explosive Child, Lost at School, Lost & Found, and the recently released Raising Human Beings. He was on the faculty at Harvard Medical School for over 20 years and is now Founding Director of the non-profit Lives in the Balance.
Dr. Greene has worked with several thousand behaviorally challenging kids and their families, and he and his colleagues have overseen implementation and evaluation of the CPS model in hundreds of schools, inpatient psychiatry units, and residential and juvenile detention facilities, with dramatic effect: significant reductions in discipline referrals, detentions, suspensions, and use of restraint procedures and solitary confinement. He has infused the parenting and teaching of all kids with humanity, empathy, and compassion.
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