Fresh design, larger cards and expanded booklet for this bright new edition!
The right question at the right time can stop your negative thoughts in their tracks and set you free. Written by consulting psychologist and clinical nutritionist Selina Byrne M.A.P.S., these 30 cards create powerful windows into change by asking questions about goals, possibilities and strategies. Drawing on cognitive behavioural therapy, solution-focussed, narrative and strengths-based questioning styles, these cards are for:
Counsellors, teachers, team-builders, parents—anyone who is wants an optimistic boost.
Pick a question at random, pick a different one every day, pick one that is so unexpected it makes you smile and … TRANSFORM DEPRESSIVE THINKING INTO OPTIMISTIC POSSIBILITIES!
30 laminated, full-colour cards, 150 x 105mm in a polypropylene box and a 36-page booklet
* * *50 designs to inspire, surprise and delight—qualities that, in themselves enhance self-care.* For social workers, counsellors, health professionals, teachers, managers, carers and parents—self-care is critical. Despite our resilience, working with others who are facing significant difficulties can take a toll. Unless human service organisations actively support self-care, then sick days and staff turnover can escalate. With 50 beautifully-illustrated cards and 100 thought-provoking questions, this resource is designed to put self-care on the agenda in supervision, teams, planning, policies and procedures at work, and in our personal lives at home. ... More info
A set of 48 beautifully designed strengths cards - ideal for provoking thought and opening up conversation around what people do best. A great resource whether you're working with individuals or with groups. Designed as a simple, attractive and flexible tool, each card features a single word to stimulate awareness of strengths as well as a high quality photograph on the other side. Using either the words, pictures or a combination of both, the range of ways you can use these strengths cards will only be limited by your... More info
* * *For open conversations about intimate partner relationships* What is abusive behaviour in an intimate partner relationship? What are the markers of a respectful relationship? Respect or disrespect are revealed in how we talk to each other, how we touch each other, how we make decisions, how we share power. They are revealed in our attitudes to gender, sexuality, finances, friends, family, children, roles and culture. Drawing on research and extensive practice in family violence, No Room for Family Violenceis a set of 30 cards for having conversations with... More info