Kick-start conversations with young people about the good stuff …and the hard stuff.
Real conversations—about the hard stuff, the painful stuff, as well as the good stuff, and the changes a young person may want to make.
A set of 32 stunning, full-colour cards for anyone who works with youth.
Now with two additional cards, enhanced design and images throughout, Reflexions provides the right visual edge for adolescents, right now. Using contemporary street and techno-style collage illustrations, Reflexions can help teachers, youth workers and other human service professionals deepen conversations with young people about the issues that concern them. Each card features a single word to guide participants towards identifying and naming reactions to their circumstances.
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A versatile, conversation-building resource, Reflexions can be used with groups, individuals and families. Over the years, it has also proven an effective resource to use with boys struggling to express their emotions.
Reflexions has helped young people identify and reflect on their choices, and re-story their lives and makes it a powerful tool for hope and change.
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