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IT CAN BE DONE                    NO LINK YET

Made in cooperation with Worthington, Hurst and Associates of Chicago and Chicago Model Cities, his film is about young mothers who meet with a therapist at a Parent and Child center in Chicago.

1970 (RT 45:00)

Photographed and realized by Charles Lyman.

PLAY THERAPY                   

An instructional documentary on the techniques of Play Therapy for children with behavioral and learning problems ranging from ADHD to withdrawal.  Produced for York University, England by Dr. Kate Wilson and performed by Dr. Virginia Ryan.  Funded by a grant from York University. 

1987 (RT 27:00)

Photographed and edited by Charles Lyman. 

PEARLIE                                  MPEG4 EXCERPT 3 MIN

The story of Pearlie Roberson, who was a beautiful and pregnant young mother from Chicago's West Side.  Poor and unmarried, from an at-risk community, and with little background in child bearing and child care, her prospects are limited when she joined the Chicago Parent and Child Center.  Over a period of months, we watch her receive training in nutrition and motherhood, and eventually become an instructor in this pioneering center.   

1969 (RT 20:38)

Photographed and realized by Charles Lyman.

HERE I AM                              NO LINK YET

Made in cooperation with Worthington, Hurst and Associates of Chicago and Chicago Head Start, this film follows the careers of two severely withdrawn Head Start children who are being treated with Play Therapy.  This form of therapy involves intense, focused play with a therapist several times a week and is proven to be very successful, both immediately and in the long-term.    

1970 (RT 27:00)

Photographed and realized by Charles Lyman.