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.
With so much neuroscience research now informing therapy and treatment options, and an increasingly complicated lexicon to go along with it, a four-dimensional model that explains it in plain sight is the perfect way to better understand it all. An ideal tool for helping your clients to visualize the complexities of the brain and mental health problems-and a useful refresher for practitioners who may find brain anatomy overwhelming-this color-coded brain puzzle puts it all in perspective, allowing users to deconstruct the major functional areas of the cerebral cortex to see... More info
*The Bear Cards®* Feelings Sticker Book is a new fun way to explore and share feelings . With 240 bear stickers, this perfect bound and handy sized book can be used for: • Reminders • Motivators • Diaries • Games • Activities • or just colourful decorations The stickers will adhere to almost any smooth surface, which makes them ideal for: • Books • Envelopes • Notes • Gifts • Certificates • Pencil Cases • Office Equipment • Windows • Doors • Phones etc etc The book... More info
The Aboriginal Dreaming Runes are inspired by the close connection between the Australian Aboriginal Artist/Author’s spirituality and her relationship with her country. Different variations of dreaming runes have been used for thousands of years by Aboriginal Medicine Men and Women, or the Wise People, as a way of seeking advice for the Mob. The Aboriginal Dreaming Runes are a set of 15 runes and includes an instructional booklet and rune pouch. “Rune casting" is not fortune-telling in the sense that you actually see the future, instead, the Aboriginal Dreaming Runes provide... More info