Here's a set of 54 cards for identifying values and planning for the future. Imagine sitting on a verandah surveying the landscape of your life. What lies just around the corner? What is even further ahead-on the horizon?
Perfect for talking about long and short term goals, Views from the Verandah is a card set for career planning, coaching and mentoring, evaluation, relationship counselling, and much more. In the new edition of this much-loved classic, a colourful cast of Australian critters comes to life to help families, teams, individuals and organisations identify aspirations and goals.
Many of us surround ourselves with sticky notes, scraps of paper, or lists of things we want to remind ourselves to do on a day-to-day basis. Note to Self is a set of 24 stunning cards created by local author, Gena McLean, and designed by Castlemaine artist, Robyn Spicer. It reminds us that we have control over our thoughts and actions; that we have choices; that our lives can be rich with meaning when we feel connected and fulfilled. Note to Self is steeped in... More info
Ways of noticing our emotional and mental wellbeing The Growing Well card set consists of 50 laminated write on/wipe off cards with key statements that can be used as indicators of mental wellbeing. As well as the statement, each card features a scale made up of six small boxes with an illustration inside each box. The illustrations show the six stages of a seed growing into a seedling and, finally, a tree. Anyone can select a card, read the statement on the card and, if they wish, mark a... More info
* Q: *How do you unleash hours of rich debate in your team of practitioners? *A:* Open a pack of Walking the Boundaries and stand back! Every human service profession, organisation and business is governed by the laws of the land. Most are held accountable to codes of conduct created from within their organisation or profession as well. But many practitioners—including social workers, counsellors, teachers and carers—face dozens of everyday ethical decisions regarding both clients and colleagues that may not be clear cut. What do you do when decisions call... More info