A Pocket of Stones consists of 12 ceramic heads hand-crafted by Yvonne Cahill, an artist and social worker from Castlemaine in Central Victoria. Each head is approximately 30 x 30mm and is expressing a different emotion. The set of 12 stone heads come in an attractive canvas pouch with a drawstring. Attached to the pouch is a small booklet of suggestions on how to use the stones, including tips for their use in family work. This unique resource can be used by itself or with other play therapy materials to open up conversations about what is happening in our lives and how we stay in charge of our feelings.
Social workers, pre-school and primary teachers, chaplains, early childhood workers, brickies, stone masons and psychologists: here’s a truly hands-on resource for walking the rocky road towards emotional wellbeing.
Sometimes it can be hard to recognise and talk about our feelings. Yet therapists, counsellors, social workers, teachers, and parents—especially those who work therapeutically with others—know how important feelings and body signals are. Fall in love with these five adorable tactile characters from The Bears and use them to explore many more than five emotions. Stand them up, pick them up, and talk about what they—and YOU–are feeling. Which bear is closest to how you are feeling right now? Which bear reminds you of someone you know? Which bears... More info
Squeeze Away Your Stress! How do YOU feel today? Are you a "*Relaxed Cat*" or an "*Anxious Cat"?* Set includes two very squeezable therapy tools - an ANXIOUS cat dude and a RELAXED cat dude. Great to use alongside our Mood Dudes in therapy or to place on your desk for fun! Made of squishable, extremely durable foam. More info
Show How You Feel Today! Mood Dudes are a set of 5 squeezable cartoon faces that depict different emotions. They are much more than attractive, humorous balls, they are a tool that facilitators, counsellors, teachers and psychologists can use to help participants share and express their feelings. There are numerous ways you can use them. A popular method is to put the faces in the center of the sharing circle and ask each participant to pick a face that best describes a feeling that they experienced. Each participant... More info