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  • Parenting Patchwork Treasure Deck: A Creative Tool for Assessments, Interventions, and Strengthening Relationships with Parents, Carers, and Children

    Parenting Patchwork Treasure Deck: A Creative Tool for Assessments, Interventions, and Strengthening Relationships with Parents, Carers, and Children

    by Karen Treisman

    This versatile deck features 100 colourful cards and a detailed instruction manual. Developed by Dr. Karen Treisman for professionals working with parents, carers and families, it is a proven, easy to use tool to help explore relationships and aid assessments and interventions. The deck is designed to be comprehensive and adaptable, covering child-parent/carer relationships; parenting experiences; parenting capacity; trauma; and childhood development. The cards are split into three different categories and are differentiated by different coloured backs: purple green and blue. The different card types can be used separately or together. The purple...

  • A Therapeutic Treasure Deck of Feelings and Sentence Completion Cards

    A Therapeutic Treasure Deck of Feelings and Sentence Completion Cards

    by Karen Treisman

    The perfect tool to add to any 'therapeutic treasure box', this set of 68 cards provide a way to help open conversations and structure discussions with children and adolescents aged 6+. The treasure deck offers a fun, non-threatening way to help to build understanding and forge relationships. It also provides a safe, playful way for children to articulate and make sense of their feelings, thoughts, experiences and beliefs. The deck comes with two different types of card - the '*feelings cards' *and the '*sentence-completion cards*' - which can be used separately...

  • A Therapeutic Treasure Deck of Grounding, Soothing, Coping and Regulating Cards

    A Therapeutic Treasure Deck of Grounding, Soothing, Coping and Regulating Cards

    by Karen Treisman

    A treasure trove of coping, regulating, grounding, and soothing activities and techniques for working with children (aged 6+), teens and adults. This pack of 70 cards and explanatory guide offers a playful, nonthreatening way to explore feelings and to form effective coping, regulating, soothing and grounding strategies through a range of games and activities. Designed to work with both the brain and body, these cards address a wide range of common issues including anxiety, stress, low mood, sleep difficulties and emotional dysregulation. To do so, they employ a range of...

  • At My Best: Good Question Cards

    At My Best: Good Question Cards

    by Work Positive

    48 great questions, to help you appreciate and build on what’s good. This beautifully designed set of 48 questions can be used in a multitude of ways including personal reflection, one-to-one discussion and group work. They're an ideal resource if you want to help people appreciate and build on the good things in their lives - their strengths, their successes and the positive people and circumstances around them. *In the box:* 48 question cards, arranged into 6 question families 3 blank cards, for you to add your own questions...

  • Blob Cards: Bereavement

    Blob Cards: Bereavement

    by Pip Wilson

    This set of 48 cards carefully provides an introduction to the nature and experience of loss through bereavement. The cards are particularly designed to use with children who may be confronted with bereavement for the first time and have no experience or knowledge of how to understand and cope with their loss and fears. The images on the cards go through from the moment of being told of their death, a variety of ways a person dies, the feelings of loss and anger, the funeral service and life following...

  • Blob Cards: Emotions

    Blob Cards: Emotions

    by Pip Wilson

    Now with brand new illustrations, the second edition of these bestselling cards continues to provide a tool to consider and discuss a multitude of positive and negative emotions. The cards cover the entire range of emotions identified within Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions, and a Blob Plutchik wheel is provided to show how the emotions relate to each other. Blobs are a way to discuss issues in a deep, meaningful way and yet they can be understood by adults and children alike. The groups of Blobs on these cards are...

  • Blob Cards: Families

    Blob Cards: Families

    by Pip Wilson

    The second edition of these bestselling cards continues to provide a tool for exploring difficult emotions. Depicting various different family scenarios, the cards provide an opportunity for individuals of any age to discuss all aspects of family life and the situations that arise from it. Now with updated illustrations, the cards can be used with individuals or groups of various sizes. Each family scenario is colour coded with 6-9 cards telling a short story, which provides a springboard for individuals to unpick their feelings about family life. Over 50 suggestions...

  • Blob Cards: Feelings

    Blob Cards: Feelings

    by Pip Wilson

    Now with all new illustrations, the second edition of these bestselling cards continues to provide a tool to initiate discussion and reflection around feelings. The cards span a whole range of emotions- angry, happy, depressed, excited, confused- and can be used to get people talking about feelings in a fun and non-judgemental way. Blobs are a way to discuss issues in a deep, meaningful way and yet they can be understood by adults and children alike. People of all ages can relate to these appealing Blob characters; even young...

  • Chill Skills In a Jar® Anger Management Tips for Teens

    Chill Skills In a Jar® Anger Management Tips for Teens

    by Free Spirit

    Deal positively with your anger and maintain respectful relationships. Use Chill Skills In a Jar to promote group discussions about healthy ways to deal with anger. Individuals can also use the cards to learn calming strategies for tense or difficult situations. Perfect for use in classrooms, advisory groups, after-school programs, teams, and youth groups. The four different kinds of cards are: *What Would You Do? cards*: These cards present difficult scenarios. You’re asked to imagine yourself in tense situations and provide answers for how you’d respond. *Tips! cards:* Here’s...

  • Colorcards: Emotions (2nd Edition)

    Colorcards: Emotions (2nd Edition)

    by Speechmark

    Emotions, 2nd Edition has been designed to promote awareness of and trigger discussion about feelings and emotions. Comprising 48 fully-updated colour flashcards depicting displays of emotions through facial expression and body language, Emotions aims to help develop self-expression, self-esteem, and an understanding of the importance of body language in messages. This 2nd edition of this bestselling resource is divided into three categories - individual people, difficult situations, and enjoyable situations - to enable pupils to focus on the subject of emotions more easily. It also includes an updated and expanded resource...

  • Colorcards: Family Issues

    Colorcards: Family Issues

    by Speechmark

    A collection of 36 cards designed to generate discussion covering thirty-six topics and issues faced by all or some family members. Each card provides the opportunity to tackle a different subject including: Sibling rivalry Parental divorce Domestic violence Depression Elderly relative with dementia Drug addiction Alcoholism Child abuse Eating disorders Redundancy Broken Heart The cards have been divided into four specific groups – some being relevant to one, more or all of these highlighted areas: Relationships Behaviour Memorable Events Feelings and Emotions The cards can be used...

  • Colorcards: Teen Issues

    Colorcards: Teen Issues

    by Speechmark

    Growing up in today's world presents young people with a complex range of diverse situations, attitudes and experiences. The versatile cards in this pack have been designed to provide an opportunity to consider the variety of subjects, experiences and situations that a young person could encounter, providing an opportunity and platform for informative and lively discussion. Topics covered in this title include: Relationships - for example; Parents and step families, Siblings, Friends, Enemies, Bullying; Lifestyle - for example; Diet and Fitness, Mental and Physical Health, Self-esteem, Addictions, Body image; Safety...

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