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I am a Licensed Professional Counselor working with children and families of deployed service members. In the course of my interactions with these clients, we very often discuss concerns parents express about safety issues surrounding their children. These families have often been relocated to bases far from home and are unfamiliar to their surroundings. By necessity, they become dependent on many ‘strangers’ for assistance. In the course of a yearlong deployment many ‘strangers’ come and go in the lives of these families and the single parent can experience overwhelming feelings of uncertainties about what is happening to them.
Protectus Prol has become a valuable resource to me in my practice. I have referred many parents suffering from Adjustment Issues to this resource to help them identify signs of dangerous people and situations.
The author, Jim Benish, has laid out concrete, in depth areas of concern in which the temporary ‘single parent’ can focus their attention. I have received feedback from many parents who express relief and confidence in their unique situations after reading this book. The comments I receive from these clients is that of self-assurance in identifying potential problematic relationships and interactions which have the potential to be devastating to a family of our honored service members.
I recommend this book to everyone in the field of counseling or case management that come in contact with families.